Peace of Mind Lecture Series

In support of the mission of FACES to improve the quality of life for those living with epilepsy and seizures, the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center offers a series of free lectures to the public to help educate patients and family members. Lectures are provided by doctors and other professionals affiliated with the CEC. All lectures are free, and anyone is welcome to attend the Peace of Mind lectures. If you wish to attend a lecture, please register online or call the FACES office. Registration for lectures will be available online once details for the lecture have been finalized. Online registration is currently available only for the upcoming lecture.


 
November 29, 2017 at 6:30PM - New Developments in Surgery and the Use of the RNS Device
 
This Peace of Mind Lecture aims to encompass brief but comprehensive overviews of currently available surgical interventions for medically refractory epilepsy, with a particular focus on newer therapies such as the responsive neurostimulator system (RNS) and MRI-guided laser ablation.  The talk will define refractory epilepsy and explain who are surgical candidates, describe the mechanisms of these therapies, as well as expound upon the clinical considerations that are made during a comprehensive presurgical evaluation, and when selecting and tailoring the appropriate surgical intervention for individual patients. 

 

Presented by Dr. Patricia Dugan

NYU Langone Health
Alumni Hall B
550 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
 
Click here to register
 

Previous "Peace of Mind" lecture videos