Tuberous Sclerosis Program
Part of the nationally recognized Nicklaus Children's Brain Institute, the Tuberous Sclerosis Program is one of the first comprehensive programs for children in the United States, and offers expertise in multisystem management of uncontrolled epilepsy and cardiac involvement.
Offerings include some of the safest, and least invasive strategies, including laser ablation to cure intractable seizures, management of infantile spasms, as well as use of the ketogenic diet.
The Nicklaus Children's Hospital biobank and tissue repository is an essential resource for personalized medicine research efforts, enabling the study of both health and disease over time. The Biobank
collects samples and health information from volunteers, regardless of health history. Once a participant becomes part of the Biobank, he or she contributes to ongoing health research. We partner with Sanford Health
, a national leader on specimen storage, management and integration with participant health information.
20295 NE 29th Place
2900 S. Commerce Parkway
3100 SW 62nd Avenue
11310 Legacy Avenue
Palm Beach Gardens,
13400 SW 120th Street