Welcome — New Neurology Faculty Members

Greg S. McLauchlin, M.D.

Greg S. McLauchlin, M.D.Dr. Greg S. McLauchlin joined Baylor in March 2017. He practices general neurology, treating conditions as diverse as dementia, headache, epilepsy, movement disorders and neuromuscular disease. He is an avid runner, who has run 16 marathons on six continents (and counting). Dr. McLauchlin currently sees patients at the Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center.

Lisa Yutong Tian

Lisa Yutong TianMs. Lisa Yutong Tian joined Baylor in October 2016 as a Nurse Practitioner, specializing in movement disorders, including Parkinson's disease, progressive supranuclear palsy, multiple system atrophy and other atypical parkinsonian disorders as well as hyperkinetic disorders such as tremors, dystonia, tics and Tourette syndrome, chorea and Huntington's disease, myoclonus, tardive dyskinesia, restless legs syndrome, ataxia, spasticity and a variety of disorders of motor control. Ms. Tian currently sees patients at the Parkinson's Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic in the Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center. Learn more.

Jay R. Gavvala, M.D., M.S.

Jay R. Gavvala, M.D., M.S.Dr. Jay R. Gavvala joined Baylor in August 2016 as an assistant professor of neurology, specializing in neurophysiology and epilepsy. His research interests are in electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) source localization and using these tools to improve patient outcomes following epilepsy surgery. Dr. Gavvala currently sees patients at CHI St. Luke's Hospital and in the Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center. Learn more.

Jennifer Megan Stinson, Ph.D.

Jennifer Megan Stinson, Ph.D.Dr. Jennifer Megan Stinson joined Baylor in August 2016 as an assistant professor of neurology, with special interests in neurodegenerative conditions, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis. Her research interests are in cognitive/brain reserve and contributions of psychosocial stress in coping with chronic medical conditions. Dr. Stinson currently sees patients at the Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center. Learn more.