Danielle Boyce is an award-winning epilepsy advocate, clinical researcher, public speaker, and writer. Her work has appeared in dozens of scientific journals including Neurology, Radiology, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Investigative Radiology. Her special needs-themed children’s book, Charlie’s Teacher, is used in children’s hospitals throughout the country. Danielle’s blog, www.specialneedslifestyle.com follows her journey as a mother of a son who had infantile spasms and two brain surgeries. She is the founder of Neurology Parent Professionals, a networking group for researchers, scientists, and nonprofit executives who have children with neurological conditions. Danielle holds a Masters in Public Health with a concentration in epidemiology and has worked as a Senior Research Data Analyst for Johns Hopkins School of Medicine since 2007.