The great folks at the Encephalitis Society have given us the news that Dr. Ava Easton will be sharing her new book, “Life After Encephalitis – A Narrative Approach“, at Harvard University, Columbia University, and Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
In a recent conversation with Dr. Easton about our upcoming second edition of “Understanding Hashimoto’s Encephalopathy” (in which Dr. Easton is featured), she shared with us that she and her team will be in the United States from Novermber 14 to the 20th. If you’re in the area and would like to connect for meet-ups with Dr. Easton and her team, you can contact them easily via Twitter at @encephalitis. You can also email them directly from their website at encephalitis.info.
While the above visits to Harvard and Columbia are closed to the public, the Mayo Rochester event will be open to the public. The date and exact details are to be announced. Once we have details of the Mayo Clinic event, we will be sharing our on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media.
You can read the full test of the study he talks about at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3081688/.
This video comes from Mayo Clinic’s YouTube page, Mayo Medical Laboratories. Autoimmune Dementia is still a relatively new concept to clinicians. In some studies, HE/SREAT has been referred to as a form of “autoimmune dementia”. This informative video with Dr. Sean Pittock talks about “autoimmune dementia” in general terms. This video may be helpful for those who suffer from dementia associated with HE/SREAT.
The new Dementia Autoimmune Evaluation is now available from Mayo Medical Laboratories. In this video, Sean Pittock, M.D., discusses what providers should know about autoimmune dementia, the testing approach, as well as interpretation and follow-up once the test has been ordered.
This video comes from Mayo Clinic’s YouTube page, Mayo Medical Laboratories.
The new Epilepsy Autoimmune Evaluation is now available from Mayo Medical Laboratories. In this video, Sean Pittock, M.D., discusses what providers should know about autoimmune dementia, the testing approach, as well as interpretation, follow-up and additional considerations once the test has been ordered.