Department of Pediatrics
Montida Veeravigrom is a pediatric neurologist and pediatric sleep medical specialist whose clinical and research experiences are in the field of child neurology and pediatric sleep medicine in the United States and Thailand. Her research has focused on quality improvement in epilepsy care, clinical manifestation and treatment of anti-NMDAR encephalitis, clinical neurophysiology in post–cardiac arrest, and sleep medicine in Thailand.
Her research has been published in World Journal of Clinical Cases, Epilepsy & Behavior, AIDS Care, Journal of the International AIDS Society, and Brain & Development. She is a co-editor of Thai sleep medicine and pediatric textbooks. Representing the Sleep Society of Thailand, she received a World Sleep Day Distinguished Activity Award. She has also represented Thailand in the Asia Pacific Paediatric Sleep Alliance and collaborated in research on baby sleep.
Veeravigrom holds an MSc from Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand, and an MD (First Class Honors) from its Faculty of Medicine. She completed a pediatric neurology residency at Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University, and a sleep medicine fellowship at the University of Michigan.