Treatment & Services
- Clinical Trials
- Epilepsy Pharmacotherapy with Call Office
- Epilepsy Surgery And Video Eeg Evaluation
- Epilepsy Surgery Evaluation
- Interpretation of EEG in the critical care setting
- Intracranial EEG monitoring and brain mapping for presurgical evaluation
- Specialized EEG With Subdural Grids
- Surgery In Brain Malformations
- Vagal Nerve Stimulation
- Video EEG Monitoring
Specialty in Diseases & Conditions
- Adult Epilepsy
- Benign Focal Epilepsies and Variants
- Brain Malformations Causing Epilepsy
- Clinical Neurophysiology
- Complex Epilepsy in Adults
- Electroencephalogram (EEG)
- First Seizure Assessment
- Geriatric Epilepsy
- Intractable (Drug Resistant) Epilepsy
- Malformations Of Cortical Development
- Neurofibromatosis Causing Epilepsy
- Non-epileptic seizure disorder
- Seizure Manifestations
- Seizures - Febrile
- Sleep and Epilepsy Issues
- Status Epilepticus (continuous Seizures)
- Traumatic Brain Injury Causing Seizures
- Women's Health And Epilepsy
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Residency - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Internship - American University of Beirut Medical Center
Medical School - American University of Beirut Faculty of Medicine
Beirut, Lebanon, Lebanon
Undergraduate - American University of Beirut
- Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes research
- Diplomat, American Society of Neuroimaging
- Associate Director, Clinical Research Unit- Cleveland Clinic (2012- ongoing)
- Quality Improvement Officer, Epilepsy, Cleveland Clinic (2008-2014)
- Neurosciences Sub-Chair, Research Programs Committee, Cleveland Clinic
- member, Institutional Review Board, Cleveland Clinic
- member, Diagnostic Commission of the International League Against Epilepsy
- Contributing Editor, Epilepsy Currents
- Associate Editor, Epilepsia Open
- Editorial Board member, Epilepsia
- Ad-hoc reviewer, Acute Neuronal Injury Study Section NIH
- Ad-hoc reviewer, Fogarty Awards Study Section, NIH
- Ad-hoc reviewer, Fondation Francaise pour la Recherche
- Ad-hoc reviewer, Swiss National Science Foundation
- Chair, Annual Course Committee, American Epilepsy Society
- Chair, Epilepsy Special Interest Group, American Neurological Association
- Member, Executive Committee, Clinical Translational Science Collaborative, Cleveland
- Invited member, workshop on comparative effectiveness research and randomized clinical trials in neurosurgery, NIH.
- Neurology - Clinical Neurophysiology
Adult and geriatric epilepsy, surgical evaluation of intractable epilepsy, clinical trials, outcomes research
Awards & Honors
- First Prize in Neuroscience Research Residents Day
- Young Investigator Award (American Epilepsy Society).
- Contemporary Clinical Highlights Plenary Session presentation Award, American Academy of Neurology
- America's Most Compassionate Doctors 2011 (Patients'Choice Award)
- Nelson Butters Award from national Academy of Neuropsychologists 2012
- Best Doctors in America
Innovations & Patents
- First epilepsy surgery nomogram for outcome prediction
- Director, simulation course for diagnosis/treatment of status epilepticus
- American Academy of Neurology
- American Epilepsy Society
- American Society of Neuroimaging
- American Clinical Neurophysiology Society
Research & Publications
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44 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
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|Courtesy, Respect & Concern||4.7|
|Knows Medical History||4.6|
|Time Spent with Patient||4.7|
|Patient Rating of Doctor||4.5|
1 Patient Comments
Reviewed on Jul 26, 2017
excellent suggestions for a follow up care
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