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Dietary Therapies: Risks and Benefits, Part 2

Amy Kao, MD assesses the significance of dietary therapies for epilepsy, particularly the ketogenic diet.

Amy Kao, MD

Incorporating News AEDs in Practice, Part 2

Elinor Ben-Menachem, MD, PhD addresses opportunities and challenges that lie ahead as the therapeutic landscape expands.

Elinor Ben-Menachem, MD, PhD

A Message from Actor Greg Grunberg

Greg Grunberg, who starred in Star Wars: The Force Awakens as well as shows such as Lost and Heroes, speaks about his ep…

Greg Grunberg

Understanding the Frontal Lobe Structure

Andrea Bernasconi, MD explains how ongoing research into the structure and function of the frontal lobe is facilitating …

Andrea Bernasconi, MD

Seizure Clustering: New Insights

Lara Marcuse, MD reflects on the growing inquiries concerning seizure clusters. Discussing new ideas in diagnosis and ma…

Lara Marcuse, MD

Status Epilepticus “Outliers”

Jeffrey W. Britton, MD offers a brief outlook on what he describes as “outliers” in status epilepticus and discusses…

Jeffrey Britton, MD

Advances in Functional Imaging

Kate Davis, MD shares a historical perspective on functional imaging and neurotransmitters. She also describes how impro…

Kate Davis, MD

Dietary Therapies: Risks and Benefits

Amy Kao, MD examines the risks and potential benefits of dietary therapies. She also discusses the long-term implication…

Amy Kao, MD

Managing Epilepsy in Pregnancy and Postpartum

Given the limitations of treating epilepsy in patients who are pregnant or nursing, Page Pennell, MD offers tips on deli…

Page Pennell, MD

Global Epilepsy Care

Sheryl Haut, MD addresses the importance of fostering international collaborations, professorships, and partnerships as …

Sheryl Haut, MD

Stem Cells for Epilepsy Prevention

Jack Parent, MD discusses the rapidly advancing spectrum of stem cell research in the field of epilepsy. In particular, …

Jack Parent, MD

Incorporating New AEDs in Practice

Elinor Ben-Menachem, MD, PhD offers tips for incorporating the newest groups of AEDs into treatment regimens. She also a…

Elinor Ben-Menachem, MD, PhD

One Size Does Not Fit All: Individualizing AED Selection

Jacqueline French, MD discusses the variety of factors that enter into therapeutic selection of anti-epileptic agents. S…

Jacqueline French, MD, Michelle Dougherty, MD

Emotional Communication: Identifying Signs and Symptoms

Kenneth Heilman, MD discusses the signs and symptoms of impaired emotional communication. In addition to addressing how …

Kenneth Heilman, MD, Michelle Dougherty, MD

Updates in EEG in Children

Tobias Loddenkemper, MD speaks with host Michelle Dougherty about the importance of correct analysis an interpretation i…

Michelle Dougherty, MD, Tobias Loddenkemper, MD

Managing Epilepsy Therapies, Part 2

In part two, Dr. Carl Bazil addresses more practical, day-to-day issues in treating patients with epilepsy, whether they…

Carl Bazil, MD, PhD, FAAN

Treating the New-onset Epilepsy Patient

What’s the best approach to the patient with new-onset epilepsy? Dr. Gregory Bergey explains.

Gregory Bergey, MD, FAAN

Managing Epilepsy Therapies

Dr. Carl Bazil addresses practical, day-to-day issues in treating patients with epilepsy, whether they are easily contro…

Carl Bazil, MD, PhD, FAAN

Testing in Prodromal Neurological Disease: Friend or Foe?

Dr. Michael Howell on the pros and cons of evaluating a patient at risk of a neurological disease, before they manifest …

Michael Howell, MD

Establishing Goals of Care in Advanced Neurologic Disease

Robert Holloway Jr., MD, MPH, Professor and Chair of the Department of Neurology at the University of Rochester talks ab…

Robert Holloway Jr., MD, MPH

Missing Subtle Clinical Findings

Kailash Bhatia MD, Professor of Clinical Neurology in the Sobell Department of Movement Neuroscience at the Institute of…

Kailash Bhatia, MD

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