Journal Club Presentations: Philadelphia, PA July 2020, August 2020, September 2020. Journal club presentations to the Pediatric and Adult Headache Team at CHOP and Penn on recent papers discussing the following topics: the use of intravenous magnesium for acute migraine treatment (July 2020), research about the efficacy and safety of Lasmiditan in the acute treatment of migraine (August 2020), and research about the efficacy of safety of Galcanezumab in the treatment of episodic cluster headache (September 2020)
Pediatric Headache Comorbidities: New York, NY. June 2020. Topic presentation on the most up-to-date research regarding the comorbidities of Pediatric Headache to the Child Neurology and Adult Neurology Residents as well as Child Neurology faculty at NYU.
Journal Club Presentations: New York, NY Fall 2017, July 2018, January 2020. Journal club presentations to the Child Neurology and Adult Neurology Residents as well as Child Neurology faculty at NYU discussing the following: recently published research on the treatment of infantile spasms (Fall 2017), recently published studies regarding occipital headaches in the pediatric population (July 2018), and a recently published study about the connection between infantile colic and migraine (January 2020).
The Neonatal Neurologic Exam: New York, NY, July 2019. Presentation to first year Adult Neurology residents at NYU about how to correctly perform a neurologic exam in neonates.
Acute Ischemic Stroke in Children and Neonates: New York, NY, March 2018. Topic presentation to the Child Neurology and Adult Neurology Residents as well as Child Neurology faculty at NYU on the most up-to-date research regarding acute ischemic stroke epidemiology, diagnosis, management, and prognosis in the pediatric and neonatal population.
Leadership and Memberships
2010-present, American Medical Association
2010-present, Society for the State of New York
2014-Present, American Academy of Pediatrics
2017-Present, American Academy of Neurology
2019-Present, American Headache Society
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