• Daniel G. Glaze, M.D.

    Glaze Daniel

    Department or Service

    Department of Pediatric Medicine, Neurology

    Specialty

    Neurology

    Primary Location

    Texas Children's Hospital

    Contact Information

    6701 Fannin St.
    Ste. 1250 - MC CC 1250.00
    Houston, TX 77030
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    Phone: 832-822-1750

    Medical Director, The Children's Sleep Center - Texas Children's Hospital
    Medical Director, The Blue Bird Circle Rett Center
    Chairman, Bioethics Committee, Texas Children's Hospital
    Professor, Pediatrics and Neurology, Baylor College of Medicine

    Medical School

    Baylor College of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, 1974

    Residency

    Baylor College of Medicine, Pediatrics, 1977
    Baylor College of Medicine, Neurology, 1980

    Fellowship

    Baylor College of Medicine, Clinical Neurophysiology, 1981

    From Dr. Glaze

    Dr. Glaze’s research interests are focused upon Rett Syndrome and include a natural history study including genotype/phenotype correlations, quality of life, and survival. Dr. Glaze is also interested in the characterization of sleep behavior in children with rare neurological disorders. He is also interested in the study of sleep, cytokines, and impact on daytime functioning in children infected with HIV.  Dr. Glaze studies sleep disorders in children with neurological disorders and developmental disorders.

    Professional Organizations

    • Child Neurology Society
      Member
    • American Society of EEG Technology
      Member
    • American Clinical Neurophysiology Society
      Member
    • American Neurological Association
      Member
    • American Sleep Disorders Association
      Member

    Selected Publications

    Glaze DG, Percy AK, Skinner S, Motil KJ, Neul JL, Barrish JO, Lane JB, Geerts SP, Annese F, Graham J, McNair L, Lee HS. Epilepsy and the natural history of Rett syndrome. Neurology 2010; 74(11):909-12. 

    Kirby RS, Lane JB, Childers J, Skinner SA, Annese F, Barrish JO, Glaze DG, Macleod P, Percy AK. Longevity in Rett syndrome: analysis of the North American Database. Journal of Pediatrics 2010; 156(1):135-138.e1. 

    Ramocki MB, Peters SU, Tavyev YJ, Zhang F, Carvalho CM, Schaaf CP, Richman R, Fang P, Glaze DG, Lupski JR, Zoghbi HY. Autism and other neuropsychiatric symptoms are prevalent in individuals with MeCP2 duplication syndrome. Annals of Neurology 2009; 66(6):771-82. (PubMed). 

    Percy AK, Lee HS, Neul JL, Lane JB, Skinner SA, Geerts SP, Annese F, Graham J, McNair L, Motil KJ, Barrish JO, Glaze DG. Profiling scoliosis in Rett syndrome. Pediatric Research 2009. (PubMed). 

    Samaco RC, Mandel-Brehm C, Chao HT, Ward CS, Fyffe-Maricich SL, Ren J, Hyland K, Thaller C, Maricich SM, Humphreys P, Greer JJ, Percy A, Glaze DG, Zoghbi HY, Neul JL. Loss of MeCP2 in aminergic neurons causes cell-autonomous defects in neurotransmitter synthesis and specific behavioral abnormalities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2009;106(51):21966-71. (PubMed).

     

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