Treatment & Services
- Clinical Trials
- Early Epilepsy Surgery
- Epilepsy Pharmacotherapy with Call Office
- Epilepsy Surgery
- Epilepsy Surgery And Video Eeg Evaluation
- Epilepsy Surgery Evaluation
- Epilepsy Surgery in Adolescents
- Epilepsy Surgery In Children
- Pediatric Neurology
- Signal Analyses of Subdural Recordings
- Specialized EEG with Stereotactic Depth Electrodes
- Specialized EEG With Subdural Grids
- Surgery In Brain Malformations
- Vagal Nerve Stimulation
- Video EEG Monitoring
Specialty in Diseases & Conditions
- Autoimmune Epilepsy
- Benign Focal Epilepsies and Variants
- Brain Tumor-Related Epilepsy
- Clinical Neurophysiology
- Complex Partial Seizures
- Cortical Brain Mapping
- Developmental Disorders Of The Brain
- Dravet and Doose Syndrome and other Myoclonic Epilepsies
- Electroencephalogram (EEG)
- Epilepsy in Adolescents
- Epilepsy in Children
- Epilepsy in Infants
- Epileptic Encephalopathies
- First Seizure Assessment
- Focal Cortical Dysplasia
- Frontal Lobe Epilepsy
- Genetic & Metabolic causes of Epilepsy
- Hemispheric Epilepsy
- Infantile Spasm
- Intractable (Drug Resistant) Epilepsy
- Ketogenic Diet
- Landau–Kleffner Syndrome (LKS)
- Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome
- Malformations Of Cortical Development
- Medically Refractory Status Epilepticus
- Mitochondrial Causes of Epilepsy
- Myoclonic Epilepsy
- Neurodegenerative Diseases
- Non-epileptic seizure disorder
- Post-traumatic Epilepsy
- Rasmussen Encephalitis
- Refractory Epilepsy
- Seizure Manifestations
- Seizures - Febrile
- Seizures After Traumatic Brain Injury
- Sleep and Epilepsy Issues
- Status Epilepticus (continuous Seizures)
- Stroke Causing Seizures
- Sturge-Weber Syndrome
- Temporal Lobe Epilepsy (TLE)
- Tuberous Sclerosis Complex
- West Syndrome
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic
Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology
Cleveland, OH USA
Residency - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Residency - Case Western Reserve University - University Hospitals of Cleveland
Cleveland, OH USA
Residency - Indiana University Medical Center
Indianapolis, IN USA
Medical Education - Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN USA
- Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine with Case Western University.
- Certified by the American Boards of Pediatrics and Psychiatry and Neurology, with Special Competencies in Pediatric Neurology and Epilepsy
- Editor of the leading medical textbook in the field, Wyllie’s Treatment of Epilepsy, now in its sixth edition.
- Author of The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Epilepsy, an authoritative book for the lay public.
- A world renowned thought leader in epilepsy medicine who lectures widely and has published over 250 reports on her research in epilepsy in scientific journals.
- Recipient of many honors and awards, including the prestigious Career Award for Outstanding Work in Epilepsy Research from the American Epilepsy Society.
- An active clinician who cares for children with all forms of epilepsy and attracts personal referrals from physicians worldwide for consultation on the most challenging cases.
- A champion for recognizing opportunities for offering early epilepsy surgery to infants and children with uncontrolled seizures, to reduce suffering and maximize developmental potential.
- Neurology with Special Qualifications in Child Neurology
- Neurology with Special Qualifications in Child Neurology - Epilepsy (Archived)
- Neurology with Special Qualification in Child Neurology
Children with complex epilepsies, children with epilepsy and Sturge Weber Syndrome, children with first seizure, clinical drug trials, clinical neurophysiology, diagnostic video EEG for pediatric seizure disorders, EEG, Epilepsy, epilepsy and epilepsy surgery in children and adolescents, Epilepsy surgery and medical treatment of epilepsy in children, invasive EEG monitoring for pre-surgical evaluations, Pediatric Epilepsy, pediatric epilepsy and epilepsy surgery, Rasmussen's encephalitis and medically refractory status epilepticus., Seizure disorder treatment and surgery in brain malformations, seizure manifestations, Sturge Weber syndrome, Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, vagus nerve stimulation, Video EEG, brain malformations causing epilepsy
Awards & Honors
- Epilepsy Association Legacy Award, 2015
- Cambridge Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry, since 2006
- Honorary Membership, Canadian Association for Child Neurology, 1999
- Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering, since 1998
- America’s Top Doctors, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd, since 1998
- Marquis Who's Who in America, since 1995
- Marquis Who's Who in the World, since 1995
- Best Doctors in America, since 1994
- US News and World Report, Best Doctors in America, since 1994
- US News and World Report, Best Doctors in Ohio, since 1994
- Milken Family Foundation / American Epilepsy Society Award for Outstanding Work in Epilepsy Research, 1994
Innovations & Patents
- Expansion of the pool of pediatric candidates for epilepsy surgery to include carefully selected children and adolescents who have focal lesion seen on MRI, but lack well-localized abnormalities on EEG
- American Academy of Neurology
- American Epilepsy Society
- International League Against Epilepsy
- Child Neurology Society
Research & Publications
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50 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
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Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
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8 Patient Comments
Reviewed on Dec 4, 2019
If I could give Dr. Wylie a 10 rating, I would. She is an amazing Doctor. I wish more doctor's were like her!
Reviewed on Dec 2, 2019
Dr Wylie is very good in her field and we respect that. However, she never greeted our child or interacted with her. She did no observable neurological exam. She thoroughly communicated with us as parents, and attended well to us. However, after driving an hour, waiting in a sterile white waiting room with no toys for 45 minutes, not being welcomed by staff, and then being ignored by a doctor, she had nothing to engage her at all for this appointment. We were turned off by the entirety of our experience.
Reviewed on Nov 11, 2019
Our testing ended earlier than expected and Dr. Wyllie was able to accommodate our schedule and see us 4 hours earlier than originally scheduled to see her.
Reviewed on Aug 5, 2019
the doctor is typically amazing, however this date she was short with us and seemed rushed.
Reviewed on Jul 1, 2019
incomparable and peerless attending, Dr. Wyllie
Reviewed on May 30, 2019
I could never begin to express my gratitude for Dr. Wyllie. She took her time with my family, answered all questions and even contacted me personally to further discuss my child's case. I am a medical professional and she somehow managed to speak to me as a patient, as a professional and most of all as a mother. She truly is the best of the best!
Reviewed on May 6, 2019
Dr. Wyllie listened to our interpretation of our child's progress since his last visit. She spent time asking him questions about his recent activities and interests. She provided feedback to her interpretation of his progress since his last visit and shared test results from that day. She is always very prompt, friendly and shows compassion toward our needs, our child's needs and his progress.
Reviewed on Apr 15, 2019
Dr. Wylie was extremely knowledgeable of my daughters needs and my concerns. She was so helpful, caring, and kind and I couldtell she truly wanted to help.
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