UIC Epilepsy Research in the News

//UIC Epilepsy Research in the News

UIC Epilepsy Research in the News

Chicago Tribune News

 

The Chicago Tribune covered a new study led by Dr. Dilip Pandey, associate professor of neurology and rehabilitation in the UIC College of Medicine, that found that people with epilepsy living in high-crime areas in Chicago have more seizures than people living in low-crime areas. Read the full article here:  https://trib.in/2DWvFy2

 

MSN News

 

MSN.com covered a new study out of the UIC College of Medicine that found that people with epilepsy living in high-crime neighborhoods have more seizures than those living in low-crime neighborhoods. Dr. Dilip Pandey and research associate Jessica Levy, both in the department of neurology and rehabilitation, are quoted in the article. Read the full article here: http://a.msn.com/01/en-us/BBQnRIi?ocid=se

By |2019-01-03T20:15:30+00:00January 3rd, 2019|Neurology and Rehabilitation|Comments Off on UIC Epilepsy Research in the News