A CHOC neurosurgeon explains effective surgical interventions, including laser ablation, RNS and DBS for the treatment of refractory pediatric epilepsy.
CHOC leads 21-center study to find predictive biomarkers for infantile spasms, a rare and dangerous type of epileptic seizure
In a 21-center study, CHOC hopes to discover early treatment strategies for infantile spasms, a rare and dangerous type of epileptic seizure.
Precision 3D neuroimaging better pinpoints epileptogenic foci
CHOC is at the forefront of bringing precise, advanced 3D brain imaging to neurologists and their patients.
Research scientist improving CHOC’s focus on advanced imaging, mapping of brain
Sumiko Abe uses her vast experience to help clinicians view the best possible images of the brain to influence treatment plans.
NIH grant aims to locate high-frequency oscillations to reduce pediatric seizures
Developed by CHOC and UC Irvine, a new way to control pediatric seizures uses densely spaced electrodes to map high-frequency oscillations.
Dr. Mary Zupanc awarded prestigious Arnold P. Gold Humanism in Medicine Award
Dr. Mary Zupanc has achieved many awards, but considers the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award her highest honor of all.