Meet the Pediatric Neurosurgery Team

When your child has a condition involving the nervous system, brain or spine, you want the neurosurgical team to be the best and brightest. Our three full-time experienced neurosurgeons ensure that every child has access to timely care and expertise. Our team offers advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures along with a high level of personal caring that all parents desire for their child.

In the field of neuroscience, having a multidisciplinary team that includes neurologists, neurosurgeons, plastic surgeons, rehabilitation therapists and other resources allows us to care for children from diagnosis to getting them back to being a kid again.

Neurosurgeons

Thomas M. Moriarty, M.D., Ph.D. – Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery

William C. Gump, M.D.

Ian S. Mutchnick, M.D.

Advanced Practice Providers

Julianne Braun, APRN

Norton Children’s Neurology

Our neurologists are board-certified and fellowship trained to provide innovative non-surgical nervous system care for children.
Meet the team

Kristin M. Huckleberry, APRN

Margaret Mealey- Miles, PA-C

Charles A. Perry, APRN

Bobbi Westbrook, APRN

Joy Comingore, R.N., BSN, CPN Pediatric Neurosurgery Nurse Clinician

Neuropsychologist

Rebecca L. Stilp, Ph.D.

Pediatric neuroradiologist

Karen K. Moeller, M.D.

Neuro-oncologists

Mustafa Barbour, M.D.

Michael A. Huang, M.D.

Neuroscience

Contact Us

Connect to the Norton Children’s Hospital Neurology team
(502) 588-3650

Connect with Norton Children’s Neurosurgery team
(502) 583-1697

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