Assistant Professor - Department of Neurological Sciences
Comprehensive Epilepsy Program
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3802 Raynor Pkwy
988440 Nebraska Medical Center
- Lokmanya Tilak Medical College, Mumbai, India, MD (2004-2010)
- University of Kentucky, Lexington, Internship (2012-2013)
- University of Kentucky, Lexington, Neurology Residency, (2013-2016)
- University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Fellowship, Clinical Neurophysiology (2016-2017)
- University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Fellowship, Epilepsy (2017-2018)
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Epilepsy surgery, neurostimulation in epilepsy, ICU EEG, quantitative analysis of EEG, autoimmune epilepsy, psychiatric impact of epilepsy
Dr. Swaminathan has a deep interest in epilepsy and its impact on social and cognitive life of patients. He spends tie looking for new ways to treat and improve management of epilepsy in patients and to optimize the best use of available therapeutic options. He looks to spend time studying esoteric approaches and conditions in the field of epilepsy to improve our current understanding of seizures and epilepsy networks and their impact on the cognitive functioning of the brain.
- Three Dimensional Brain Reconstruction Optimizes Surgical Approaches and Medical Education in Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery for Refractory Epilepsy (by Arun Swaminathan, published in Frontiers in Surgery, section Neurosurgery).
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