Department of Pediatrics
Julia Henry is a pediatric neurologist interested in epilepsy and its surgical treatment. She is currently collaborating on a clinical case report pertaining to a newborn with familial paroxysmal extreme pain syndrome. While in medical school, she authored a clinical case report regarding a patient with congenital myopathy with excessive spindles, which resulted in a poster presentation at the American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting and publication of her findings in the Journal of Neurology. She has also researched the neurological manifestations of influenza epidemics throughout history, and her results were published in Parkinsonism and Related Disorders.
She earned a BS in nutritional sciences cum laude from the University of Florida, as well as an MD from its College of Medicine. She completed residencies in pediatrics and child neurology at the University of North Carolina Hospitals, serving as chief resident. She was a recipient of the Whitehead Excellence in Teaching Award for Residents. She then held a fellowship in clinical neurophysiology at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami.