Kevin Charles Jones
Associate Professor, Pediatrics

Dr. Kevin Jones is a pediatric neurologist and epileptologist in the Comprehensive Pediatric
Epilepsy Program at McMaster Children’s Hospital. He is also an Associate Professor in the
Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Neurology at McMaster University.
He cares for children with medically refractory epilepsy, infantile spasms and those undergoing epilepsy
surgical evaluation, vagus nerve stimulation, and continuous EEG monitoring. Dr. Jones leads the vagus nerve stimulator, PICU continuous EEG monitoring and EEG source localization services at McMaster Children’s Hospital. He has served as the Ontario delegate of the Canadian Board of Electroencephalograph Technologists and as a member of the Awards Committee of the Canadian League against Epilepsy. He is a member of the McMaster Pediatric Neurology Residency Education Committee and the director for Paediatric Neurology Resident Research. Dr. Jones is a co Hub lead of the McMaster Children’s Hospital Project ECHO (Epilepsy across the lifespan), a member of the Ontario Genetics and Epilepsy Project ECHO Hub and the Ontario
Epilepsy Genetic Testing Program Steering Group. He is a member of the International Child Neurology Teaching Network (ICNTN) Epilepsy module from the International Child Neurology Association (ICNA), and co-lead of the Canadian
Epilepsy Teaching Network (CETN) EEG training from the Canadian League Against Epilepsy
(CLAE). Dr. Jones’s research interests include Quantitative EEG seizure detection in the PICU, EEG source
localization for epilepsy surgery evaluation, Infantile spasms and Autoimmune encephalitis. He
has received funding from Hamilton Health Sciences.
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