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Education & Training

  • Fellowship Program, Child Neurology, 1999
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • Residency Program, Pediatrics, 1994
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • Internship Program, Pediatrics, 1992
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • MD, 1991
    Loyola University of Chicago
  • BS, 1987
    Providence College

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Pediatrics
  • American Board of Psychiatry/Neurology-Child Neuro

Awards & Recognition

  • Top Doctors No Va Magazine (2017, 2016, 2015)
  • Top Doctors Washingtonian (2018, 2017, 2016, 2015)

National Provider ID: 1972556462


Biography

Marc DiFazio, M.D., is the Medical Director of the Montgomery County Outpatient Center at Children's National, as well as the Medical Director of Ambulatory Neurology. He completed his Pediatric and Neurology training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and went on to become the Chief of Child Neurology at Walter Reed, where he served on Active Duty until 2005 before transitioning to private practice in Rockville, MD.

He is well-known in the metropolitan area pediatric community for his service, leadership, and expertise in clinical child Neurology, with interests and concentration in the areas of Tourette syndrome, headache/migraine, concussion, Behavioral Neurology/Autism, and the use of botulinum toxin in a variety of conditions. His leadership activities at Children’s National now include his service as the incumbent Medical Executive Staff President. He continues to serve in the Army Reserves as Command Surgeon of Legal Command, USARC.

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