Her passion for patient advocacy is matched by her commitment to community engagement and education. In our Dallas office, Dr. Panjeti-Moore helps oversee a support group for Epilepsy patients in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation of Texas (EFTX), providing a much-needed platform for patients to connect and find support. Her involvement doesn’t stop there, as she also serves on the professional advisory board for EFTX, actively contributing to initiatives that improve the lives of those affected by epilepsy.
Dr. Panjeti-Moore’s journey in medicine was fueled by her desire to help others and her love for science. During her medical education, she discovered her passion for neurology and the intricate workings of the brain and nervous system. Following her neurology residency, she pursued two additional years of specialized training in clinical neurophysiology and epilepsy, further honing her expertise. Entrusting one’s neurological health, as well as seizure journey, to her hands ensures the highest level of specialized attention and access to cutting-edge treatment options tailored specifically to individual needs.
Known for treating her patients like family, Dr. Panjeti-Moore’s goal is to provide accurate and knowledgeable neurological diagnoses while offering the best possible treatments. She is particularly dedicated to optimizing early and accurate diagnoses, as well as identifying the most effective therapy for epilepsy, ensuring her patients can lead the best quality of life.
Dr. Panjeti-Moore’s interests include:
As part of a Level 4 Epilepsy Center, Dr. Panjeti-Moore is well-equipped to offer elective admissions to the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU), where intensive neurodiagnostic monitoring can be performed. Her skillset also includes evaluating patients interested in epilepsy device options, such as RNS (Responsive Neuro Stimulation), VNS (Vagal Nerve Stimulation), and epilepsy surgery.
Outside of her medical practice, Dr. Panjeti-Moore finds joy in spending time with her family. She indulges in cooking, birdwatching, spinning, and watching captivating movies, cherishing well-rounded experiences that enrich her life.
Fellowship in Epilepsy at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology at Emory University
Residency in Neurology at Emory University
Medical School at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia Campus
Masters of Public Health, concentration in Maternal and Child Health at University of Alabama at Birmingham
Bachelor of Science at University of Alabama at Birmingham
Board Certified in Neurology
Board Certified in Epilepsy