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Jay S. Pathmanathan, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology
Department: Neurology

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Department of Neurology
150 S Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02130
Education:
BS (Biomedical Engineering, minor Economics)
Johns Hopkins University, 1994.
MD, PhD (Medicine and Neuroscience)
University of Connecticut, 2005.
Post-Graduate Training
Intern of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard University, 2005-2006.
Neurology Resident, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University, 2006-2008.
Neurology Chief Resident, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University, 2008-2009.
Fellow of Epilepsy and Neurophysiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University, 2009-2010.
Senior Fellow of Epilepsy and Neurophysiology , Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University, 2010-2011.
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Selected Publications

Chu CJ, Leahy J, Pathmanathan J, Kramer MA, Cash SS: The maturation of cortical sleep rhythms and networks over early development. Clin Neurophysiol 125(7): 1360-70, Jul 2014.

Karakis I, Pathmanathan J, Chang R, Cook E, Cash S, Cole A: The prognostic value of EEG asymmetries for the development of pharmaco-resistance in medication-naïve patients with idiopathic generalized epilepsies. Clin Neurophysiol 125(2): 263-9, Feb 2014.

Chu CJ, Kramer MA, Pathmanathan J, Bianchi MT, Westover MB, Wizon L, Cash SS: Emergence of stable functional networks in long-term human electroencephalography. J Neurosci. 2012 Feb 22;32(8):2703-13. 22;32(8): 2703-13, Feb 2012.

Karakis I, Velez-Ruiz N, Pathmanathan JS, Sheth SA, Eskandar EN, Cole AJ: Foramen ovale electrodes in the evaluation of epilepsy surgery: Conventional and unconventional uses. Epilepsy Behav 22(2): 247-54, Oct 2011.

Pathmanathan J, Parkerson KA, Milligan TA: Case Studies in Optimizing Antiepileptic Treatment. J Clin Outcomes Manage 2009 16(12):573-582 16(12): 573-82, Dec 2009.

Parkerson KA, Pathmanathan J, Milligan TA: Optimizing anti- epileptic treatment. J Clin Outcomes Manage 16(1): 468-80, Oct 2009.

Bianchi MT, Pathmanathan J, Cash SS: From ion channels to complex networks: magic bullet versus magic shotgun approaches to anticonvulsant pharmacotherapy. Med Hypotheses. 2009 Mar;72(3):297-305 72(3): 297-305, Mar 2009.

Pathmanathan JS, Presnel R, Cromer JA, Cullen KE, and Waitzman DM: Spatial characteristics of neurons in the central mesencephalic reticular formation (cMRF) of head-unrestrained monkeys. Exp Brain Res 168(4): 455-70, Jan 2006.

Pathmanathan JS, Cromer JA, Cullen KE, and Waitzman DM: Temporal characteristics of neurons in the central mesencephalic reticular formation of head unrestrained monkeys. Exp Brain Res 168(4): 471-92, Jan 2006.

Waitzman DM, Pathmanathan J, Presnell R, Ayers A, DePalma S: Contribution of the superior colliculus and the mesencephalic reticular formation to gaze control. Ann N Y Acad Sci 956(17): 111-129, Apr 2002.

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