Clinical Neurophysiology Research
The Division of Clinical Neurophysiology collaborates on research initiatives with the Division of Epilepsy. Many of our division members conduct their work at NYU Langone’s Comprehensive Epilepsy Center. Current efforts include new drug development, sudden unexplained death in epilepsy (SUDEP), the genetics of epilepsy, tuberous sclerosis and epilepsy, autism and epilepsy, sleep and memory, neurostimulation, and the identification of biomarkers that predict epilepsy outcome.
Other areas of interest include brain stimulation and sleep, cognitive neuroscience, and neuroimaging.
Clinical neurophysiology fellows interested in participating in research projects are encouraged to speak with our faculty to develop an appropriate hypothesis and refine the experimental methodology.
To learn more about research in the Division of Clinical Neurophysiology, contact Aleksandar Beric, MD, division director, at 212-598-6185.