Department of Neurology
Education and Training
- The College of William & Mary, BS, Biology
- Medical College of Virginia/ Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, MD
- George Washington University Medical Center, Internship, Internal Medicine
- University of Maryland Medical Center, Residency, Neurology
- University of Maryland Medical Center & Baltimore VA Medical Center, Fellowship, Epilepsy & Clinical Neurophysiology
Dr. Jennifer Pritchard is a fellowship-trained neurologist and epileptologist focusing on the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of patients with seizures and epilepsy. She is the director of the Continuous EEG Monitoring Program and Co-director of the Clinical Neurophysiology – EEG Laboratory. Dr. Pritchard is also an attending physician in the adult Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. In addition to her clinical roles, Dr. Pritchard is also highly involved in medical education and training and serves as an assistant program director for the Clinical Neurophysiology- EEG fellowship program. Her research interests include continuous EEG monitoring in critically ill adult patients.
Dr. Pritchard completed her undergraduate education at the College of William and Mary and then received her medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia. She completed her internship in internal medicine at the George Washington University Hospital and her residency training in neurology at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She then completed a two-year fellowship training program in epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology through the University of Maryland. Dr. Pritchard also provides care for veterans with epilepsy at the Baltimore VA Medical Center's Epilepsy Center of Excellence.
Epilepsy, Neurology, Seizure Disorder, EEG Monitoring, ICU EEG, Epilepsy Surgery, Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizures
Cohen, ML., Testa, SM, Pritchard, JM., Zhu, J., Hopp, JL. Overlap between dissociation and other psychological characteristics in patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. Epilepsy & Behavior. 2014 May; 34:47-9.
Lee MH, Pritchard JM, & Weiner WJ. Clinical reasoning: a 44 year-old man with a 3-month history of hiccups. Neurology. 2011 Dec 13; 77(24):e145-8.
Member, American Academy of Neurology
Member, American Epilepsy Society