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.


Please join us on Tuesday, January 29 from 6:30PM – 8:00PM for our Peace of Mind Lecture

What to Expect During an EEG

A first-time, and sometimes second, third and fourth-time, EEGs can be daunting. In this lecture, Emma will explain why we do what we do during an EEG, what we are looking for, who our staff are and why an EEG is important. She will also address many of the FAQs the EEG Lab receives, and will offer suggestions for the most important question of all: how do I get the goop out of my hair?

Presented by:

Emma Bryden-Brown, R.EEG.T

NYU Langone Health

Alumni Hall A

550 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016

$5 suggested donation

Capacity is limited

Registration for this lecture has now passed.

Please call the FACES office at 646-558-0900 if you would like to register. 


Previous “Peace of Mind” lecture videos