Dr. Siresha Chaluvadi left New York City to join the staff of Clinical Neurosciences in September 2013.
She completed her dual undergraduate degree in B.S. Neuroscience and B.A. Psychology from Allegheny College. Her last year of college was spent studying abroad in Australia and Bermuda (Duke University Advanced Marine Biology). She received her medical degree from Ross University. Dr. Chaluvadi completed her internal medicine internship at Allegheny Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA and completed her neurology residency at Baylor College of Medicine. Her last year at Baylor was spent as the Chief Resident of Neurology.
After publishing multiple articles in the field of Epilepsy, Dr. Chaluvadi further advanced her training by completing a Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship with a focus in Epilepsy at the New York University School of Medicine (NYU) under the direction of world renowned Dr. Orrin Devinsky. She had a special interest in Sleep Medicine and completed another fellowship in Sleep Medicine at the Montefiore Medical Center under the direction of world renowned Dr. Michael Thorpy.
Board certified in psychiatry and neurology and board eligible in clinical neurophysiology, epilepsy, and sleep medicine, Dr. Chaluvadi is highly regarded for her focused approach in identifying the best treatment regimen for those in her care. Dr. Chaluvadi is a member of the American Medical Association, American Academy of Neurology, American Epilepsy Society, and American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Chaluvadi was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA and her parents still reside there. She has two sisters, a brother in law, two nephews, and a niece who live in the DC area. In addition to working at Clinical Neuroscience’s office at 8 South Michigan Avenue and out of an office at 2900 North Lake Shore Drive, Dr. Chaluvadi is on staff at St Joseph Hospital, Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, and Weiss Memorial Hospital.