I strongly believe that educating patients and families about their medical condition, including the limits of our understanding and capabilities, is perhaps the most important role a physician can play. An informed patient is much better equipped to actively participate in the complex decision-making that goes into modern medicine.
Dr. Manoj Raghavan is an Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin. After completing training in Neurology followed by a fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology and Epileptology at the New York University School of Medicine, Dr. Raghavan has primarily focused on the evaluation and management of patients with epilepsy. He has a special interest in the surgical treatment of medically refractory epilepsy. Dr. Raghavan's clinical expertise also covers general Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology.
Dr. Raghavan’s research interests include quantitative analysis of EEG and MEG signals, mechanisms underlying the generation of brain-rhythms and their reactions to mental activity, imaging methods for mapping brain functions and their reorganization with disease or injury, mechanisms underlying seizure-onset and termination, and models of visual sensitivity.
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Education & Training
Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research - Pondicherry - India - Doctor of Medicine (M.B.B.S.) - (1989)
Institute for Sensory Research, Syracuse University - NY - Graduate Fellow in Neuroscience - (1990-1995)
New York University School of Medicine - New York City - Fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology - (1999-2001)
New York University School of Medicine - New York City - Internship in Internal Medicine - (1995-1996)
New York University School of Medicine - New York City - Residency in Neurology - (1996-1999)
Syracuse University - NY - PhD in Neuroscience - (1995)
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