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 has achieved many superlatives over her long career in medicine; accolades and awards have followed. But the co-director of the CHOC Neuroscience Institute and UCI professor of pediatrics and neurology considers the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award her highest honor of all.
Dr. Mary L. Zupanc discusses why she’s passionate about preventing patients transitioning to adult care from falling through the cracks.
The CHOC Neuroscience Institute has partnered with the Pediatric Epilepsy Research Consortium (PERC) to advance treatment for infantile spasms.
Dr. Mary Zupanc, pediatric neurologist and epileptologist and co-medical director of CHOC’s Neuroscience Institute, points to five important points pediatricians should consider when seeing a patient who has had one or more seizures.
With the expertise of a CHOC epileptologist, a 12-year-old boy diagnosed with a rare type of epilepsy is seizure-free with a bright future ahead.