Marilyn Marbell-Wilson is a neurodevelopmental pediatrician. She did her medical training at the University of Ghana Medical School. After her housemanship, she continued to specialize in Pediatrics with the West African college of Physicians and the Ghana College of Physicians, Pediatrics Faculty. She then continued on to do a sub-specialty clinical fellowship in Neuron developmental Pediatrics in the University of Alberta, Canada from July 2010 to July 2012.
Prior to that, she ran a weekly Neuron Clinic with Dr. Eben Badoe, a Neuron Pediatrician, for two years at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Post sub-specialty training she returned to the Princess Marie Children’s Hospital, where she worked as a Neuron Pediatrician and run weekly clinics. Her sub-specialty involves diagnosing and managing children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning disabilities and Cerebral Palsy amongst other Neuron Developmental disorders.
She currently runs a private pediatrician practice and consults weekly at the Princess Maries Louise Children’s Hospital in Accra. She is one of the few Autism specialists currently available in the country.
She is also involved in developmental and educational/school readiness assessments for a couple of schools in Accra. She has been working in the Pediatric Neurodevelopmental field for over six years and still counting.