Meet Our Team | Overview
A variety of practitioners are available to help you and your child. Click these links to jump to the different sections.
- child neurologists
- neurology nursing
- neuropsychologists and psychologists
- social workers
Neurologist-in-Chief, Chairman, Department of Neurology
Bronson Crothers Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Associate Neurologist-in-Chief; Chief, Division of Clinical Neurology; Director, Neuromuscular Center and Spinal Muscular Atrophy Program
Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Director, F.M. Kirby Neurobiology Center and Neurobiology Program
Professor of Neurology and Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School
Director, Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology
William G. Lennox Chair and Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Director Neuroscience Nursing, Department of Neurology
Executive Director, Rosamund Stone Zander Translational Neuroscience Center
As you can see, we have many neurologists! Many have expertise in particular conditions. If you need help choosing a physician, please call us at 617-355-6388 and our staff will be happy to advise you.
Our highly trained neurology nurses and nurse practitioners provide supportive, science-based care and can help address your day-to-day questions.
Neurology Nurse Practitioners
Sara DelVecchio, PNP
Danielle Friedman, PNP
Hillary Horte, PNP
Courtney Lewis, PNP
Candice Marti, PNP
Jen Sant, PNP
Rebecca Sarvendram, PNP
Patricia Gannon, RN
Jacqui Lynch, RN
Vicki Netzke-Doyle, RN
Mary O'Brien, RN
Rhonda O'Neil, RN
Stephanie Tea, RN
Alex Gelaides, RN
Sabrina Merchant, RN
Deborah Sousa, RN
Catherine Tishel, RN
Neuropsychologists and Psychologists
Neuropsychologists and psychologists can conduct detailed assessments of a child’s cognitive abilities and brain function.
Social Workers and Child Life Specialists
Neurology social workers and child life specialists are available to help you access ongoing services in the community, such as early intervention and special education, and to help you during your child’s hospitalization.