Primary Office

Address:
Neuro Network Partners
3200 SW 60 Court #302
Miami, FL 33155
Phone Number: 305-662-8330

Education

Residency - University of Washington Med Center
Residency - Mount Sinai Medical Center
Fellowship - Nicklaus Children's Hospital
Medical School - University of Texas

Board Certifications

American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Child Neur) - Certified
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Cl Neurophysiol) - Certified
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Epilepsy) - Certified


Ann Hyslop M.D., is a board certified pediatric neurologist located at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Dr. Hyslop graduated from University of Texas Medical School at Houston, completed her pediatrics residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, and did her neurology residency at University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Hospital in Washington state. She completed a two year clinical neurophysiology fellowship at Nicklaus Children's Hospital with a focus on surgical epilepsy.

Dr. Hyslop now specializes in uncontrolled epilepsy and critical care neurology; she has additional interests in the neurologic care of children with congenital heart disease and autoimmune disorders. She is Medical Director of the Neurocritical Care Program and Co-Director of the NeuroCardiac and Development Program. When not working, sailing, scuba diving, or tending to orchids, Dr. Hyslop spends time with her husband and two large dogs at their home in Miami.


Publications

Hyslop, A., Duchowny, M. (2019). Electrical stimulation mapping in children. Seizure, [Epup ahead of print](), . View in Pubmed

Russo, A., Lallas, M., Jayakar, P., Miller, I., Hyslop, A., Korman, B., et al (2017). Response: Added value and limitations of electrical source localization. Epilepsia, 58(1), 175-176. View in Pubmed

Russo, A., Jayakar, P., Lallas, M., Miller, I., Hyslop, A., Korman, B., Dunoyer, C., Resnick, T., Duchowny, M. (2016). The diagnostic utility of 3D electroencephalography source imaging in pediatric epilepsy surgery. Epilepsia, 57(1), 24-31. View in Pubmed

Bansal, L., Miller, I., Hyslop, A., Bhatia S., Duchowny, M., Jayakar, P. (2016). PET hypermetabolism in medically resistant childhood epilepsy: Incidence, associations, and surgical outcome. Epilepsia, 57(3), 436-444. View in Pubmed

Russo, A., Lallas, M., Jayakar, P., Miller, I., Hyslop, A., Dunoyer, C., et al (2016). The diagnostic utility of 3D-ESI rotating and moving dipole methodology in the pre-surgical evaluation of MRI-negative childhood epilepsy due to focal cortical dysplasia. Epilepsia, 57(9), 1450-1457. View in Pubmed

Hyslop, A., Miller, I., Bhatia, S., Resnick, T., Duchowny, M., Jayakar, P. (2015). Minimally resective epilepsy surgery in MRI-negative children. Epileptic Disorders, 17(3), 263-74. View in Pubmed

Abend, N.S., Chapman, K.E., Gallentine, W.B., Goldstein, J., Hyslop, A.E., Loddenkemper, T., et al (2013). Electroencephalographic monitoring in the pediatric intensive care unit. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, 13(3), 330. View in Pubmed

Hyslop, A.E., Droker, B.S., Jansen, L.A. (2011). Clinical reasoning: an unexpected diagnosis in a 4-month-old infant with lethargy and H1N1 influenza. Neurology, 76(18), e88-e92. View in Pubmed


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