I am an associate professor at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. I received my medical degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed my child neurology residency at Boston Children’s Hospital and my headache medicine fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
My work as a pediatric neurologist centers on improving the lives of children and young adults with headache disorders through educating patients, parents and other healthcare professionals. I am a leader in educational initiatives including the Migraine Action Plan and the PedMAP both published in the Headache Journal and am the residency director for Wake Forest School of Medicine's Child Neurology Residency Program. I have been recognized as a "Best Doctor in America" since 2017. I serve on the board of the Southern Headache Society and am a UCNS Certified Headache Specialist and a Fellow of the American Headache Society.
I received an honor of a "Member Spotlight" from the American Headache Society in March 2020 for advancing headache treatment through education.