Patrick Mabray, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Pediatrics

MD/PhD, Boston University School of Medicine

Dr. Patrick Mabray is a native Californian who attended the University of California at Davis for his undergraduate degree in neurobiology. He began his career in medicine as a medical student at Boston University. In addition to his medical degree, he earned a PhD in Anatomy and Neurobiology. After medical school, Dr. Mabray completed his combined residency in general pediatrics and pediatric neurology at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Dr. Mabray has a diverse range of clinical interests, including:

treating seizures / epilepsy
headaches / migraines
developmental disorders
movement disorders including tics / Tourette’s, spasticity, CP
attentional difficulties
developmental delays
any other neurological concerns and complaints.

He currently serves as the Director of the Pediatric Neurology Movement Disorders program at Boston Medical Center. In addition to his roles in teaching the medical students and residents, he has outpatient clinics in Boston and around the region and attends on the inpatient wards and ICUs at Boston Medical Center.

2018 Boston Combined Residency in Pediatrics: Faculty Teaching Honor Roll
2017 Children’s National Medical Center: Pediatric Neurology Chief Resident
2016 1 st Annual John M. “Jack” Pellock Resident Seminar in Epilepsy Nominee
2012 Stephen Preblud Award for Pediatrics
2012 JT Tai Foundation Scholarship
2000 Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society: Inductee

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  1. Mabray P, Thewamit R, Whitehead MT, Kao A, Scafidi J, Gaillard WD, Chang T, Tsuchida TN. Increased cerebral blood flow on arterial spin labeling magnetic resonance imaging can localize to seizure focus in newborns: A report of 3 cases. Epilepsia. 2018 05; 59(5):e63-e67. PMID: 29600511
  2. Musson MC, Jepeal LI, Mabray PD, Zhdanova IV, Cardoso WV, Wolfe MM. Expression of glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide in the zebrafish. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2009 Dec; 297(6):R1803-12.View Related Profiles. PMID: 19793957; PMCID: PMC2803629; DOI: 10.1152/ajpregu.00288.2009;

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