Anti-Seizure Medication Effects on EEG
- The effects of anti-seizure medications (ASMs) on EEG background
- The effects of ASMs on epileptiform activity and utility of EEG as a screen for efficacy of ASMs
- The utility of EEGs in predicting response to anti-seizure medications
About the Presenter
Dr. Pavel Klein is a fellow with the American Academy of Neurology and the American Epilepsy Society. His clinical research includes novel treatments of epilepsy, dietary treatments of epilepsy in adults, prevention of epilepsy after traumatic brain injury, and the effects of sex and stress hormones on epilepsy and women with epilepsy.
Dr. Klein has published more than 45 peer reviewed articles and contributed to chapters for several books on epilepsy. He has been a member of the American Epilepsy Society’s Scientific Committee, Treatment Committee, and the Health Reform Taskforce. Currently he acts as a reviewer for a number of neurological, epilepsy, and endocrinological journals and is chair of the AES corporate advisory council. He is co-founder and co-chair of the North American Consortium of Private Epilepsy Practices.