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We are excited to welcome Dr. Monica Arroyo, pediatric neurologist, to the Medical Advisory Board bringing her expertise in neonatal neurocritical care to enhance communication and whole-family care and support as collaborations are built through the board initiatives. Her full bio is below. Dr. Monica Arroyo is an attending Pediatric Neurologist at Joe di Maggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. […]
Join us as Melanie Riggins, long time volunteer with Hope for HIE, and mom to Zoe and Maisie, talks about her experience with HIE, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, her NICU journey, and advice for moving through the different parts of the United States educational system. Melanie is a talented graphic designer and owner of her own freelance company, Melanie Riggins Designs. In […]
We are excited to introduce our greater HIE community to Hope for HIE’s summer intern, Simran Bansal! Simran is a rising senior at Duke University originally from Long Island, New York. At Duke, she created her own major entitled “Narratives of Health: Global Perspectives,” where she explores how health narratives can (a) help patients and family members cope with illness […]
Today marks the end of an era for our Board of Directors. Annie Goeller, Vice President of Marketing & Public Relations sunsets off the board after serving for an incredible FIVE years. During her tenure on the board, Annie has been instrumental in driving growth and awareness of Hope for HIE, connecting more families and professionals to our community. […]
We are excited to welcome Dr. Bhooma Aravamuthan, pediatric neurologist specializing in movement disorders, to our Medical Advisory Board. She will be working with Hope for HIE to bring more education to our community in the area of movement disorders, in particular dystonia, which has negative impacts on many children with HIE. Her full bio is below. Dr. Aravamuthan is an […]
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