Neurogenomics Clinic

The Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Neurogenomics Clinic specializes in diagnosing and caring for children with rare disorders of the nervous system. With our team’s combined expertise in human genetics, genomic technologies and neurology, we can identify genetic factors that help explain your child’s neurologic features. The Neurogenomics Clinic uses cutting-edge technologies to develop a personalized approach to diagnosis and management.

Our neurogenomics specialists prioritize communicating with patients, their families and their extended health care team to maximize patient outcomes and minimize stress. Our faculty and staff have trained in neurology, medical genetics, childhood epilepsy, movement disorders, genetic counseling, neuroradiology, and bone marrow and stem cell transplantation. This multidisciplinary approach ensures your family has access to premium and coordinated medical care and receives the necessary support to navigate the complexities of rare neurogenetic disorders. We work compassionately with families to develop preventative and supportive strategies that maximize our patients’ quality of life.

Leukodystrophy Care Network

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is designated as a candidate Leukodystrophy Care Network (LCN) Center. LCN Centers are recognized as national leaders in the treatment and management of leukodystrophies.

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