Genetics in epilepsy: an interview with Melodie Winawer – Part 2

Written by Lauren Pulling

As part of #NCEpilepsyWeek, we sat down with Melodie Winawer, Associate Professor of Neurology in the Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center at the Columbia University Medical Center (NY, USA), to discuss the current state of the field of genetics in epilepsy, and how our growing knowledge can be targeted in the development of new treatments. Melodie received her MD from the University of Pennsylvania (PA, USA) in 1994. She did her medical internship at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York (USA), and then completed neurology residency training at Columbia University/The New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Neurological Institute of New York from 1995–1998. From...

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