Randa Jarrar, MD, is a child neurologist and epileptologist. She is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Arizona - College of Medicine and assistant professor at the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education.
Her practice focuses on epilepsy, epilepsy surgery, electromyography and intraoperative monitoring. Dr. Jarrar obtained her medical degree from the University of Jordan. She did a pediatric residency at the University of Illinois in Chicago, Illinois. She completed a child neurology residency and EEG/epilepsy fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota where she received the Henry Woltman Award for Excellence in Clinical Neurology. She also completed an EMG fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr. Jarrar is board-certified in pediatrics and neurology with special competence in child neurology, clinical neurophysiology, epilepsy and electrodiagnostic medicine. She received the Outstanding Junior Member Award given by the Child Neurology Society in 2001. Dr. Jarrar has a strong interest in the treatment of patients with epilepsy and nerve issues utilizing medical management electromyography, intraoperative monitoring, nerve conductions, EMG, EEG and other modalities.
- Clinical Assistant Professor, Child Health, University of Arizona - College of Medicine
- Assistant Professor, Neurology, Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education
Interests and Hobbies
In her free time, Dr. Jarrar loves to travel, spend time with her family, play the game Uno and watch movies. Read Dr. Jarrar's complete personal bio.