Regina Triplett, MD
Clinical Instructor of Neurology and Epilepsy
Washington University School of Medicine
Regina Triplett is a clinical instructor of neurology and epilepsy and a post-doctoral research scholar in developmental neuroscience. Born and raised in Rochester, NY, she received her undergraduate degree in biology from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. She completed her medical degree and a master’s degree in clinical research at the University of Pittsburgh, PA. Triplett then came to Washington University in St. Louis for her child neurology residency and epilepsy fellowship training.
She sees pediatric neurology patients with epilepsy and other disorders in the clinic and in the hospital. Her research is focused on using MRI and EEG methods to study healthy and disrupted brain development in infants. She plans to use MRI and EEG to better understand how epilepsy develops and to design and run clinical trials to treat or prevent epilepsy.
In her spare time, she and her husband enjoy exploring the many parks and outdoor activities in and around St. Louis.