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» Neurological Intensive Care

Jan Claassen


Research interests include multimodality brain monitoring; ICU epilepsy and neurophysiology; clinical trials and outcomes research in status epilepticus; refractory status epilepticus; neuroimaging of acute brain injury.

Michael Schmidt


Research interests include generation of patient-specific physiological targets and early detection of secondary complications related to critical brain injuries through real-time analysis of neurophysiological monitoring data; the use of clinical informatics to support patient management decisions within the intensive care unit; and identifying modifiable factors that drive health outcomes following critical brain injuries.














 

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