Michael R. Sperling, MD

Michael R. Sperling, MD

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901 Walnut Street
Fourth Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-1222
(215) 955-0606 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Classification as autonomic versus sensory seizures
  2. Ultra-Rare Genetic Variation in the Epilepsies: A Whole-Exome Sequencing Study of 17,606 Individuals
  3. Normal Awake, Drowsy, and Sleep EEG Patterns That Might Be Overinterpreted as Abnormal
  4. An interview with Nicholas Couturier, 2019 Epilepsia Prize Winner for Basic Science Research
  5. An interview with Suejen Perani, 2019 Epilepsia Prize Winner for Clinical Research
  6. 2017 International League Against Epilepsy classifications of seizures and epilepsy are steps in the right direction
  7. Effects of surgical targeting in laser interstitial thermal therapy for mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: A multicenter study of 234 patients
  8. A Computationally Efficient Model for Predicting Successful Memory Encoding Using Machine-Learning-based EEG Channel Selection
  9. Neuronal phase consistency tracks dynamic changes in acoustic spectral regularity
  10. Highlights From the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society 2018
  11. Photosensitive epilepsy: Robust clinical efficacy of a selective GABA potentiator
  12. Laser interstitial thermal therapy in drug-resistant epilepsy
  13. “Interneurons and principal cell firing in human limbic areas at focal seizure onset”
  14. Localizing epileptogenic regions using high-frequency oscillations and machine learning
  15. Dynamic Theta Networks in the Human Medial Temporal Lobe Support Episodic Memory
  16. Neural activity reveals interactions between episodic and semantic memory systems during retrieval
  17. Human verbal memory encoding is hierarchically distributed in a continuous processing stream
  18. Medial temporal lobe functional connectivity predicts stimulation-induced theta power
  19. Lateralized hippocampal oscillations underlie distinct aspects of human spatial memory and navigation
  20. Closed-loop stimulation of temporal cortex rescues functional networks and improves memory