John J. Millichap, MD, FAAN, FAAP, FAES, FACNS is the Editor. He is Pediatric Epileptologist with current clinical practice utilizing an innovative telemedicine approach to the precision diagnosis and treatment of pediatric epilepsy.
He is Adjunct Associate Professor of Neurology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and involved in the education of trainees and grant-funded clinical research concerning epileptic encephalopathies and epilepsy genetics. Dr. John Millichap completed residency in pediatrics at the Brody School of Medicine, and held fellowships in Child Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology / Pediatric Epilepsy at Children's Memorial Hospital, McGaw medical Center of Northwestern University. Dr. Millichap is editor of a monograph on Febrile Seizures and has over 60 peer-reviewed publications on pediatric neurology, epilepsy, and neuroinfectious disease. View partial lists of Dr. JJ Millichap’s publications here: ORCID | Web of Science | NU SciVal | Scopus | Google Scholar | MAS | PubMed
J. Gordon Millichap, MD, FRCP, is the founding Editor of Pediatric Neurology Briefs. Dr. Millichap is Professor Emeritus of Neurology and Pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, and Pediatric Neurologist at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. With the support of Training Grants from the NINDB, NIH, Bethesda, MD, and other sources, Dr. Millichap established pediatric neurology training programs at the Mayo Clinic (1961), Children's Memorial Hospital - now Lurie Children's (1963), and SIU Medical School (1989).
Dr. Millichap trained in internal medicine and pediatrics at Saint Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College, University of London, and completed fellowships in child neurology and epilepsy at Boston Children’s Hospital, and neurology and neuropathology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University. Dr. Millichap has written and edited books on neurology, learning disabilities, epilepsy, and nutrition. He has over 200 articles in professional journals.