Dr. Alcy Torres
Dr. Patrick Mabray
Patrick Mabray, MD, PhD, is a pediatric neurologist and Director of the Pediatric Neurology Movement Disorders Program at Boston Medical Center (BMC). Dr. Mabray is also an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, where he previously earned his MD and a PhD in anatomy and neurobiology. Dr. Mabray is an expert in caring for patients with seizures, epilepsy, headaches, migraines, developmental delays and disorders, movement disorders (including Tourette’s, tics, spasticity, and cerebral palsy), concussion, ADHD, attentional difficulties, and other neurological issues. Dr. Mabray conducts clinical research in movement disorders.
Dr. Yasmine Elhefnawy
Dr. Elhefnawy graduated magna cum laude from medical school at Cairo University. She received pediatric training in 3 countries; Egypt, Qatar, and the United States. She was granted the American board of pediatrics following training at Hurley Medical Center-Michigan State University pediatric residency program. She then followed her dream of becoming a pediatric neurologist and pursued further training at Boston University Medical Center.
Since medical school, Dr. Elhefnawy had considerable contributions in projects directed to educating children and their families on different health issues. She is currently a pediatric neurology attending at Boston Medical Center, where she also serves as the director of the headache clinic and the Arabic-speaking clinic. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Child Neurology Society, American Academy of Neurology, and Newborn Brain Society.
She is particularly interested in management of headaches and advancing treatment modalities for that common problem. Her other common interests include epilepsy, neonatal neurology, concussion, ADHD, developmental disorders, complex care patients, and movement disorders.
She genuinely believes that every kid deserves a better chance.