Aaron Cardon, MD
Board-Certified Child Neurologist
Dr. Aaron L. Cardon graduated summa cum laude from Texas A&M University with a degree in psychology. He then pursued his medical education at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and continued there with his clinical training. He completed his child neurology residency in 2015, followed by a clinical neurophysiology fellowship in 2016.
During his medical training at Baylor, Dr. Cardon conducted extensive research measuring and quantifying intracranial electrical changes associated with behavior, culminating in a master’s degree in neuroscience (M.Sc.) awarded along with his medical doctorate (M.D.). His practice and research use this experience to search for biomarkers from surface EEG, intracranial EEG, and clinical data that will help to better predict outcomes of surgery for pediatric patients with medically-refractory epilepsies.