-WWE C.A.R.E. Seminar Series-

My Epilepsy Story (MES) is excited to partner with Nationwide Children’s Hospital to present the next installment of the WWE C.A.R.E. Seminar Series! Dedicated leaders in the field will be speaking to share their experiences and answer questions to expand understanding of common issues in treating epilepsy in women and girls of all ages. Our goal is to increase awareness of these complexities and brainstorm how to overcome these challenges through advocacy, research, and education. All medical students, nurses, residents, fellows, and other practicing physicians are invited to participate in this FREE virtual event to learn more about the intersection of Women’s Health and Epilepsy. 

Our keynote speaker for May 2021 is pediatric epilepsy specialist: Dr. Anup Patel of Nationwide Children’s Hospital. We look forward to meeting with you all on May 20th, 2021 at 7pm CST! Register below!

-About Our Keynote Speaker-

Chief of Pediatric Neurology, Nationwide Children's Hospital, USA

Anup Patel, M.D. is board certified in Neurology with special qualifications in Child Neurology. In addition, he is board certified in Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology. He is the President-Elect for the Child Neurology Foundation. He is an associate medical director for quality improvement at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the director of quality improvement for Neurology. Dr. Patel is an associate professor for Neurology and Pediatrics at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and The Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio. He has journal publications and clinical research interests in the field of pediatric epilepsy, health care utilizations, learning healthcare systems, and quality improvement.

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About My Epilepsy Story

My Epilepsy Story (MES) is an international, non-profit organization that serves to bridge the gap for women and girls diagnosed with epilepsy, as well as the children impacted by their mother’s epilepsy by Collaborating, Advocating, Researching, and Educating (C.A.R.E.) about women’s health and epilepsy.  Our organization is also unique in the aspect that MES does not accept ANY pharmaceutical funding. MES is dedicated to serving these females, their families, and the medical professionals that selflessly care for them.