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.

Keywords: 
Developmental delay, neurodevelopmental disability, outcomes, cerebral palsy, developmental language impairment, clinical ethics, children-at-risk
Location: 
Montreal Children's Hospital
Publications:
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.

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