Dr. Mark Nespeca is board certified in pediatrics, child neurology and in clinical neurophysiology. He earned his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University. His postgraduate training included a pediatrics residency at the University of Colorado Affiliated Hospitals, a neurology fellowship at the University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals and a fellowship in epilepsy/clinical neurophysiology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
Dr. Nespeca is Director of the EEG Laboratory at Children’s Hospital San Diego. His clinical interests include epilepsy and he serves as vice chairman of the San Diego County Epilepsy Society Professional Advisory Committee.
He is the principal investigator for two current epilepsy research studies. Recent titles of published work include “Subdural Electrodes in Infants and Young Children” in the Journal of Epilepsy and “Vocal Cord Paralysis as a Presentation of Intrauterine Infection with Varicella-Zoster Virus” in Pediatrics.