||Nathalie M. El Ters
Instructor of Pediatrics
Nathalie is an Instructor of Pediatrics at the Washington
University School of Medicine. Her research interests
include quantitative aEEG/EEG measures in preterm infants
and developing new methods for the use of cEEG in the
preterm infant population.
||Siddharth Jain, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Sid is a Neonatal Neurologist with an interest in epilepsy.
His research interests include the development of
quantitative EEG tools for the prediction and diagnosis of
||Steve M. Liao, MD MSCI
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Steve grew up in Taiwan before moving to southern California
for high school (Los Altos High) and college (UCLA). He came
to St. Louis for medical school and continued his pediatric
training at St. Louis University School of Medicine. Steve
completed his fellowship training in newborn medicine and
received a MS degree in clinical investigation at Washington
University in St. Louis.
|Christopher McPherson, Pharm D
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Chris is a clinical pharmacist in the NICU at St. Louis
Children's Hospital. His research interests include
pharmacologic treatment of the PDA and the neurologic
implications of sedation in preterm infants.
||Rakesh Rao, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Rakesh is an Associate Professor in the Division of Newborn
Medicine. His research interests include hypoxic-ischemic
encephalopathy, therapeutic hypothermia, and neuroimaging.
|John Zempel, MD PhD
Professor, Neurology and Pediatrics
John is a Child Neurologist and director of the EEG
laboratory at St. Louis Children's Hospital. He has an
interest in neonatal neurology, epilepsy in children,
autism, pediatric sleep disorders, and Landau-Kleffner