Alyssa Reddy, MD
Professor of Neurology, UCSF
Dr. Alyssa Reddy is a pediatric neurologist with expertise in treating children who have tumors of the central nervous system. She has more than 20 years of experience in diagnosing and managing brain tumors and other neurologic disorders. She cares for children and young adults in both the clinic and the hospital.
Reddy directs UCSF's program in neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder in which tumors form on nerves and can affect many elements of the body, including skin, bones and senses such as hearing. She aims to provide patients with compassionate care as well as access to cutting-edge treatment.
Reddy's research has focused mainly on improving long-term survival and quality of life for children with brain tumors. She believes these goals are best accomplished through a collaborative approach from a diverse team of scientists and health care providers with the ability to offer new therapies through clinical trials.