Harvard's Kevin Staley honored with AES Research Recognition Award for Basic Science

The American Epilepsy Society (AES) announces that Kevin Staley, M.D., professor of child neurology and mental retardation at Harvard Medical School and chief of pediatric neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital, is being honored with the AES Research Recognition Award for Basic Science at the Society’s 69th annual meeting in Philadelphia. Staley and his team’s work studying “neuronal plumbing” is having far-reaching impact on how we understand and treat neonatal seizures.

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