David Urion, MD is Director of Education and Residency training Programs in Child Neurology and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH), where he holds the Chares F. Barlow Chair in Neurology along with serving as the Director of Behavioral Neurology Clinics & Programs at BCH. He received his undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College, his medical degree at Stanford University School of Medicine, and after training in internal medicine and in pediatrics at BCH, trained in child neurology in the Harvard Longwood Neurology Training Program.
Melissa K. Uveges, PhD, MA, RN, received a BS in chemistry from Berry College and a BS in nursing from the University of Florida. Following her baccalaureate education, she practiced clinical nursing in the neonatal intensive care unit for several years before completing an MS in nursing and an MA in religion with an ethics concentration at Yale University. Following her studies at Yale, she was selected for a two-year clinical bioethics fellowship at Montefiore-Einstein Center for Bioethics, where