The division director of pediatric neurology, and director of the pediatric sleep program at Cohen, Children's Medical Center, Northwell Health, spoke about sudden unexpected death in epilepsy and sleep at the 2022 AES Conference. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]
The division director of pediatric neurology, and director of the pediatric sleep program at Cohen Children's Medical Center of Northwell Health, spoke about the association between sleep disorders and pediatric epilepsy at the 2022 AES annual meeting. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]
The chief medical officer of Alzheon detailed the efficacy, safety, and potential of ALZ-801, an investigational anti-amyloid therapy being assessed in high-risk individuals with early Alzheimer disease.
The chief medical officer of Alzheon discussed the impact a therapy like ALZ-801 can have on the overall Alzheimer community considering its effects on carriers of APOE e4 alleles. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]
Bjoern Schelter, MD, Data Analytics and Biostatistics lead at TauRx, provided background on the efficacy, safety, and role of HMTM as a treatment for cognition in pre-Alzheimer disease stages like mild cognitive impairment.
The chief executive officer and co-founder of Linus Health provided perspective on the state of clinical trials for Alzheimer disease, and how technology can play a major role in advancing therapeutics going forward. [WATCH TIME: 4 minutes]
The assistant professor of neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School spoke about the high risk of epilepsy for the older population at the 2022 AES annual meeting. [WATCH TIME: 1 minute]
The professor of neurology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis spoke about the field of newborn sleep and epilepsy based on a special lecture from the 2022 AES annual meeting. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]
The chief medical officer of Alzheon provided perspective on new phase 2 findings assessing the investigational agent ALZ-801 in patients with early Alzheimer disease and a genetic predisposition. [WATCH TIME: 5 minutes]
The pediatric epilepsy specialist at Weill Cornell Medicine spoke about how the Pediatric Epilepsy Learning Healthcare System has helped with gathering data at the 2022 AES Conference. [WATCH TIME: 6 minutes]
The professor of dementia and executive dean of the Faculty of Health at the University of Plymouth provided perspective on the way to attack Alzheimer agitation and why drug solutions often fall short. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]
The director of the Comprehensive Center for Brain Health at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine detailed the need for improved biomarkers of dementia with Lewy bodies and whether research in Alzheimer disease helps propel the field. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]
The behavioral neurologist at the Barrow Neurological Institute detailed the significance of low rates of ARIA found in lecanemab, and the direction of anti-amyloid therapies in the future. [WATCH TIME: 4 minutes]
The professor of dementia and executive dean of the Faculty of Health at the University of Plymouth provided perspective on the SYMBAD trial, and eliminating the use of mirtazapine and carbamazepine as medications to treat Alzheimer agitation.
Retrospective analysis of a group of individuals with stroke suggests that nonconvulsive acute symptomatic seizures are associated with long-term use of antiseizure medications, providing key data in guiding therapy use in this population.
Lucretia Long, APRN-CNP, an associate clinical professor of neurology at OSU Wexner Medical Center, offered her perspective on the benefits of having multiple specialists available to provide comprehensive care to patients.
The associate professor of neurology at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, spoke about expensive antiseizure medications for epilepsy along with spending for Medicare and Medicaid at the 2022 AES Annual Meeting. [WATCH TIME: 4 minutes]
The professor of neurology at Washington University in St. Louis, and the president of the American Epilepsy Society, shared his perspective on John Hughlings Jackson’s observations of epilepsy in the brain and how it can inform modern practice. [WATCH TIME: 5 minutes]