Renowned Pediatric Neurologist Dr. Olga Goldfarb Joins Marcroft
Goldfarb brings with her more than four decades of expertise working with children with autism and other neurological conditions
Cherry Hill, N.J. (May 30, 2017) – Marcroft, the affiliated medical practice of Bancroft that provides specialty neurology and psychiatry services to children and adults with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, welcomes Olga Goldfarb, MD, to its esteemed staff of medical professionals.
Goldfarb, a veteran Pediatric Neurologist, has been working with children with neurological challenges for more than 40 years. She is board certified in neurology with certifications in pediatric neurology and headache medicine.
“Finding the right specialist for a child with the diverse and varied challenges that often accompany an autism diagnosis can be a tall order for many families,” says Dr. Kurt Miceli, Marcroft Medical Director. “Dr. Goldfarb’s broad and extensive expertise in this unique area will ease the transition from diagnosis to appropriate and individualized treatment for each child’s needs.”
In her role with Marcroft, Dr. Goldfarb will see a variety of pediatric patients from birth to age 18 facing various neurological challenges including autism, developmental delays, seizure disorders, ADHD and migraines, among others. Patients can be referred by their pediatricians or family physicians throughout the region.
Prior to joining the Marcroft team in 2017, Dr. Goldfarb served as Director of the Autism Program at Capital Health Medical Center’s Capital Institute for Neurosciences as well as Pediatric Neurologist and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper. In addition to her experience in private practice, Dr. Goldfarb also worked as a Pediatric Neurologist and Chief of Pediatric Neurology at the Pediatric Medical Center in Moscow, Russia.
Throughout her career, Dr. Goldfarb has received Top Doctor distinctions numerous times. She has published cutting-edge research and new findings in various publications, including Science Translational Medicine, Official Journal of European Pediatric Neurology and Pediatric Neurology.
Dr. Goldfarb earned her medical degree from the Russian State Medical University in Moscow, Russia. She completed her residency in pediatrics and pediatric neurology at Nassau County Medical Center in New York, where she was also chief resident. She is fluent in English and Russian.
“Dr. Goldfarb is an established and revered expert in her field, and we are fortunate to have her on our team,” says Dr. Miceli. “Marcroft patients and their families will benefit from her immense breadth and depth of knowledge and experience working with the unique population we serve.”