Lori Jordan, MD, PhD

Lori Jordan, MD, PhD

Professor of Pediatrics
Pediatric Neurology
Pediatric Stroke Program
Office Address
Doctors' Office Tower
2200 Children's Way
Room / Suite
9th Floor
(615) 936-5536

Neurology, Pediatric
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Oklahoma, City, OK, 1999
Pediatric Residency-The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
Pediatric Neurology Residency-The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
Vascular Neurology Clinical Fellowship-The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
Neurology Research Fellowship-The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Graduate Training Program in Clinical Investigation, Baltimore, MD, 2009

Clinical Interests

Pediatric stroke, sickle cell disease, cognition

Research Information

Dr. Jordan's multidisciplinary clinical research program focuses on pediatric stroke, stroke prevention, sickle cell disease, and studies of brain injury and cognitive function in children with congenital heart disease and type I diabetes. In addition, Dr. Jordan and the Vanderbilt team enroll children in national and international pediatric stroke studies. The pediatric stroke program, led by Dr. Jordan, is focused on improving outcome after ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke in children. Further, she leads advanced neuroimaging studies to identify children at highest risk of stroke or subtle brain injury in children and young adults with sickle cell disease as well as co-leads clinical trials for stroke prevention in children with sickle cell disease in Nigeria.

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