- Senior Investigator, Clinical Epilepsy Section
Dr. Theodore received his B.A. degree from Harvard College and M.D. degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. After a medical internship and residency, and a neurology residency at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, he came to the National Institutes of Health for a fellowship in Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Neurology, and Clinical Neurophysiology. In 1988 he became Chief of the Clinical Epilepsy Section, NINDS. He received the American Epilepsy Society Outstanding Clinical Investigator Award in 1991. Dr. Theodore's section is investigating new therapeutic approaches to uncontrolled epilepsy, and using neuroimaging techniques to study cerebral metabolism, neuropharmacology, and functional cognitive anatomy.
- (2020). Individualizing the definition of seizure clusters based on temporal clustering analysis. EPILEPSY RESEARCH. 163,
- (2020). Language lateralization from task-based and resting state functional MRI in patients with epilepsy. HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING. 41(11), 3133-3146.
- (2019). Prospective validation study of an epilepsy seizure risk system for outpatient evaluation. EPILEPSIA. 61(1), 29-38.
- (2019). Convection-Enhanced Delivery of Muscimol in Patients with Drug-Resistant Epilepsy. NEUROSURGERY. 85(1), E4-E15.