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Ying Peng M.D., Ph.D. brings her extensive experience in Clinical Neurophysiology and Neurodevelopment research to the practice of Child Neurology at Mission Viejo. Dr. Peng is a fellowship trained Child Neurologist. She is double boarded in American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry with special qualification in Child neurology and in American board of Clinical Neurophysiology, the subspecialty Board of ABPN. Dr. Peng earned her MD in Medicine and a Ph.D. in Neurogenetics and Molecular biology from University of Kansas. She then went on to complete postdoctoral research fellowship in mammalian neurodevelopment at Northwestern University in Chicago. Dr. Peng fulfilled her pediatric and pediatric neurology residencies at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, as well as a fellowship in clinical neurophysiology. Dr. Peng joined PSF and the CHOC neurology in 2004, where she served as the medical director of CHOC/UCI neurology division and CHOC clinical neurophysiology lab. Dr. Peng and her family moved to Mission Viejo in 2013, where her private practice is located. Dr. Peng has committed herself to provide the best possible care to children with complex neurological disorders, especially in Epilepsy and Neuromuscular diseases. Dr. Peng's clinical areas of interest are in epilepsy (EEG/Video-EEG),neuromuscular disorders (EMG) and complex neurophysiological conditions as well as performing NCS/EMG in children. Dr. Peng has been an author of numerous studies and abstracts in national and international neuroscience and research journals. She is an Assistant Professor in Pediatrics at UC Irvine. She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology and the American Association of Elctrodiagnostic Medicine. Dr. Peng's clinic accepts Monarch, SJHAP, GNP, Regal and Prospect HMOs and all PPOs.