Epilepsy/EEG Fellowship – Yale Univ, New Haven, CT, USA
2 year epilepsy/EEG fellowship opening for July 2012 due to an expanding program, including all aspects of epilepsy, epilepsy surgery, and EEG with opportunities for sleep and other neurophysiology procedures. The Yale Comprehensive Epilepsy Center is a level IV epilepsy program comprising all aspects of surgical and non-surgical clinical care of patients with epilepsy as well as basic, clinical and translation research of epilepsy. There are currently 11 clinical epilepsy/EEG attendings in the center, adult and pediatric epilepsy monitoring units, a critical care EEG service, and 3-5 epilepsy/EEG fellows each year. Active investigations in epilepsy include those on implanted brain stimulation devices, antiepileptic drugs, 7 Tesla MR spectroscopy, microdialysis, intracranial EEG analysis, functional MRI (task related and resting), sudden death in epilepsy, animal models, critical care EEG, and consciousness/awareness during seizures. Epilepsy Center faculty include Dennis Spencer and Lawrence Hirsch (Co-directors of the center), Richard Mattson, Hal Blumenfeld, and Jullie Pan.
Lawrence J. Hirsch, MD
PO Box 208018
New Haven, CT 06520-8018
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