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Stephanie Carapetian Randle, MD, MS

Stephanie Carapetian Randle, MD, MS

Neurology

On staff since August 2016

Children's Title: Attending Physician, Neurology and Epilepsy Tuberous Sclerosis Clinic, Director

Academic Title: Clinical Assistant Professor

"Caring for children is a privilege that get to do every day. I am honored to be part of my patients and their families lives; helping when the stresses can be at the highest. My goal is to help provide my patients with honest information as well as getting them back to being kids. Working at Seattle Childrens Hospital helps to make these difficult situations more manageable with our fantastic support staff and amazing colleagues."

  • Stephanie Randle is a child neurologist and epileptologist at Seattle Children's Hospital. Her expertise lies in the treatment of babies, children, and adolescents with neurologic disorders. Her passions in medicine include treating patients with neurodevelopmental disabilities, seizures, and inpatient hospital medicine. During her time at Seattle Children's Hospital, she has developed a clinic dedicated to the care of children with a rare genetic disorder called Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.

    Dr. Randle grew up in Southern California where she attended the University of California, San Diego for college. While at UCSD, she worked in research studying brain development, children with early brain injury, and children with William's Syndrome.

    She attended medical school at The Chicago Medical School in Illinois. During her time in medical school, she was able to develop her interests in pediatrics and neurology. Dr. Randle completed her pediatrics residency at the University of Chicago before moving back to the west coast to complete her neurology and epilepsy training at the University of Washington.

    Dr. Randle is board-certified in child neurology and epilepsy. In the outpatient setting, she cares for patients at the Seattle and Tri-Cities clinics through Seattle Children's Hospital.

  • Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
    Corkery Endowment Travel Award 2015
    Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society 2009
    Gold Humanism in Medicine 2009
    • Randle SC
      Tuberous Sclerosis Complex: A Review.
      28414398 Pediatric annals , 2017 Apr, 1 : 46(4)e166-e171
    • Wenger TL, Chow P, Randle SC, Rosen A, Birgfeld C, Wrede J, Javid P, King D, Manh V, Hing AV, Albers E
      Novel findings of left ventricular non-compaction cardiomyopathy, microform cleft lip and poor vision in patient with SMC1A-associated Cornelia de Lange syndrome.
      28102598 American journal of medical genetics. Part A , 2017 Feb. : 173(2)414-420
    • Carapetian S, Hageman J, Lyons E, Leonard D, Janies K, Kelley K, Fuchs S
      Emergency Department Evaluation and Management of Children With Simple Febrile Seizures.
      25667312 Clinical pediatrics , 2015 Sept. : 54(10)992-8
    • Paul B, Appelbaum M, Carapetian S, Hesselink J, Nass R, Trauner D, Stiles J
      Face and location processing in children with early unilateral brain injury.
      24815045 Brain and cognition , 2014 July : 886-13
    • Patterson JL, Carapetian SA, Hageman JR, Kelley KR
      Febrile seizures.
      24295158 Pediatric annals , 2013 Dec. : 42(12)249-54
    • Carapetian S, Siedlarz M, Jackson S, Perlmuter LC
      Orthostatic blood pressure regulation predicts classroom effort in children.
      18280600 International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology , 2008 Apr, : 68(1)70-4
    • Stephanie Randle, MD, John Bodensteiner, MD
      Tuberous Sclerosis Complex
      Uptodate

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Neurology with Special Qualifications in Child Neurology
Epilepsy

Medical/Professional School

Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science - Chicago Medical School, North Chicago
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science - Chicago Medical School, North Chicago

Residency

Pediatrics, University of Chicago, Chicago
Child Neurology, University of Washington, Seattle

Fellowship

Clinical Neurophysiology, University of Washington, Seattle

Clinical Interests

Tuberous Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Seizures, Epilepsy Surgery, General Child Neurology