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New Study is Using AI to Forecast and Prevent Epileptic Seizures in Dogs

April 18, 2019

New Study is Using AI to Forecast and Prevent Epileptic Seizures in Dogs

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Mayo Clinic and Medtronic have developed a device that uses electrodes implanted in the brain to detect oncoming seizures. The first to try out the new system? None other than man’s best friend.

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Tags: Department of Neurology, Dr. Benjamin Brinkmann, Dr. Gregory Worrell, epilepsy, Mayo Clinic Alumni Magazine


New Treatment Helps Chris White Find New Life, Seizure-Free

June 19, 2018

New Treatment Helps Chris White Find New Life, Seizure-Free

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Chris White had dealt with epileptic seizures since birth and feared he would never experience the parts of life many of us take for granted. That changed after he came to Mayo Clinic.  

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Tags: deep brain stimulation, Department of Neurology, Dr. Gregory Worrell, Dr. Jamie Van Gompel, Dr. Matt Stead, epilepsy, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, neurosurgery, pediatrics


August 5, 2014

Mission: Epilepsy

By In the Loop In the Loop

While it may not be quite the same thing as the “computational challenge” issued by Netflix in 2009 to find the “best collaborative filtering algorithm” to predict how members would rate the shows they watch, researchers from Mayo Clinic and the  University of Pennsylvania say they are hoping a competition they’re holding via Kaggle.com will […]

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Tags: Dr. Elson So, Dr. Gregory Worrell, epilepsy, research, seizure


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