Brian holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelors of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. He has co-authored numerous scientific articles based on his previous research in the field of brain-computer interfaces and functional electrical stimulation. He is also passionate about making scientific advances easily accessible to the public.
The vast majority of Angelman syndrome patients, around 90%, experience some form of seizures. Seizures can be unpredictable, but you may notice that they occur more commonly under certain circumstances, ... Read more
Patients with Angelman syndrome may need at some point to undergo surgery and also require special considerations because of their disabilities. Here is information about the surgeries these patients may ... Read more
Paramedical services are of paramount importance for patients with chronic and complex neurological disorders like Angelman syndrome. Here is information about paramedical services and its various fields, some of which ... Read more
Angelman syndrome can affect your respiratory function, meaning it can impact your breathing. Here is more information about what types of breathing problems you or your child with Angelman may ... Read more
Children with Angelman syndrome usually have a happy demeanor with frequent laughing and smiling. Here is information about the possible relationships between the changes in the brain of patients and ... Read more
People with Angelman syndrome can have dental problems in addition to the mental and physical disabilities that mark this disease. Many of these problems are cosmetic. However, some can lead to ... Read more
Researchers are investigating gene therapy as a new form of treatment for rare genetic diseases. This approach has the potential to possibly cure diseases like Angelman syndrome. However, it is ... Read more