Michael Israel Shevell, MD

Research Focus: 

Clinical interdisciplinary research focus on the causes, consequences and care of early childhood developmental disability with particular reference to the sub-group; global developmental delay/intellectual disability and cerebral palsy. Additional interest are in the history and ethics of care provided to developmentally disadvantaged populations.

Developmental delay, neurodevelopmental disability, outcomes, cerebral palsy, developmental language impairment, clinical ethics, children-at-risk
Montreal Children's Hospital
Trakadis Y, Shevell M. Microarray as a first genetic test in global developmental delay a cost-benefit analysis. Dev Med Child Neurol (In Press).
Garfinkle J, Shevell MI. Prognostic factors and development of a scoring system for outcome of neonatal seizures in term infants. Eur J Pediatr Neurol 15: 222-229; 2011.
Shevell MI, Majnemer A, Poulin C, Law M. Stability of the Pattern of Motor Impairment in Children with Cerebral Palsy. Dev Med Child Neurol 50: 211-215; 2008.
Srour M, Mazer B, Shevell MI. Analysis of clinical features predicting etiologic yield in the assessment of global developmental delay. Pediatrics 118: 139-145; 2006.
Shevell MI, Dagenais L, Hall N, REPACQ. Co-morbidities in cerebral palsy and their relationship to neurologic sub-type and GMFCS level. Neurology 72; 2090-2096: 2009.
Shevell MI, Bejjani BA, Srour M, Rorem EA, Hall N, Shaffer LG. Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization in Global Developmental Delay. Am J Med Genetics Part B Neuropsychiatric Genetics (In Press) 2008.