Dr. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, MD

Dr. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, MD

Pediatric Neurology | Female | 59 years old

Fragile X syndrome is the most common inherited cause of intellectual disability, second only to Down syndrome in terms of known causes of intellectual disability. I have a number of specialty clinics, particularly for fragile X, but also I see a lot of patients with neurogenetic and neurodevelopmental disabilities. We're viewed as a center that knows a lot about fragile X. It's helpful for families to come in and just talk to somebody that has seen it before. I've really wanted to study the brain for a long time. In fact in seventh grade, I remember sitting there thinking, You know I really wish I knew what was going on in the brain chemically and in the cells that is allowing me to think these thoughts right now. That was my goal right from when I was a - before I was a teenager even - and I think now I'm really working on what I wanted to work on.Read more

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Fragile X syndrome is the most common inherited cause of intellectual disability, second only to Down syndrome in terms of known causes of intellectual disability. I have a number of specialty clinics, particularly for fragile X, but also I see a lot of patients with neurogenetic and neurodevelopmental disabilities. We're viewed as a center that knows a lot about fragile X. It's helpful for families to come in and just talk to somebody that has seen it before. I've really wanted to study the brain for a long time. In fact in seventh grade, I remember sitting there thinking, You know I really wish I knew what was going on in the brain chemically and in the cells that is allowing me to think these thoughts right now. That was my goal right from when I was a - before I was a teenager even - and I think now I'm really working on what I wanted to work on.Read more

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When your child with Fragile X Syndrome or I will assume other conditions visits Dr. Berry -Kravis, you will be surprised how much time she spends with your family. Also, she knows so knowledgeable and calming. This is very rare in the medical community with the pressure to turn patients over during the day.
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Specialties

  • Pediatric Neurology
  • Pediatrics

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  • Neurology with Special Qualification in Child Neurology

Conditions Treated

  • Ataxia
  • Confusion
  • Epilepsy
  • Myoclonus
  • Seizure Disorders
  • Syncope
  • Tic Disorders

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  • EEG (Electroencephalogram)

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Education

  • Medical School
    Center Of Chicago / Pritzker School Of Medicine

    Graduated in 1985

  • Internship Hospital
    University Of Chicago

    Completed in 1986

  • Residency Hospital
    University Of Chicago

    Completed in 1987

  • Fellowship Hospital
    University Of Chicago

    Completed in 1990

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  • English

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Fragile X syndrome is the most common inherited cause of intellectual disability, second only to Down syndrome in terms of known causes of intellectual disability. I have a number of specialty clinics, particularly for fragile X, but also I see a lot of patients with neurogenetic and neurodevelopmental disabilities. We're viewed as a center that knows a lot about fragile X. It's helpful for families to come in and just talk to somebody that has seen it before. I've really wanted to study the brain for a long time. In fact in seventh grade, I remember sitting there thinking, You know I really wish I knew what was going on in the brain chemically and in the cells that is allowing me to think these thoughts right now. That was my goal right from when I was a - before I was a teenager even - and I think now I'm really working on what I wanted to work on.