EEG Boot Camp Course Faculty

Jacquelyn Polito, R. EEG T., RPSGT, RST, MHA
Jackie is the Program Director for the Laboure’ College Neurodiagnostic Technology Program.  She has been involved with neurodiagnostic education for many years, as a clinical instructor before becoming program director.  She has also managed a busy EEG lab at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, MA.  She teaches neuroanatomy as a course in her program.
Faye Mc Nall, R. EEG T., M.Ed. FASET
Faye has been in the field of neurodiagnostic technology for 39 years.  She has been Director of Education for ASET for the past 13 years and was a lab manager and instructor in the Boston Children’s Hospital neurodiagnostic technology program for 14 years prior to working for ASET.
Maureen Carroll, R. EEG/EP T., RPSGT, CNIM, B.S.
Maureen is the ASET On-line Education Developer for ASET.  She creates interesting and informative on-line courses in all neurodiagnostic modalities.  Prior to working for ASET, Maureen was the program director for the neurodiagnostic technology program at Harcum College.  She has also worked as the lab manager for neurodiagnostic services at Leigh High Valley Hospital where she still provides staff development and training.
Cynthia Swick, R. EEG T., B.S.
Cindy is the clinical director of EEG services for Safe Passage Diagnostics. Previously, she was the manager of the neurodiagnostic lab for Hartford Hospital, and has also been a clinical educator for Natus Medical. In the past she was also the EEG lab coordinator at Yale.  She has been in the field of neurodiagnostics for 39 years.
Jeremy Moeller, M.D.
Dr. Moeller trained at Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS, Canada for both medical school and neurology residency. He did fellowship training in Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology at Columbia University in New York. He has clinical interests in epilepsy, EEG and general neurology. He has a strong interest in medical education, in particular neurology education.  He is an epileptologist at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Richard Mattson, M.D.
Dr. Mattson is an attending physician, teaching at  Yale Medical School and seeing patients at Yale New Haven Hospital doing neurology care with emphasis on Epilepsy in adults and children. He has spent much time in teaching and research, and is past president of the American Epilepsy Society.
Sharyn Katz, R. EEG T, FASET
Sharyn has 55 year’s experience in neurodiagnostic technology.  She supervised the neurodiagnostic department at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City.  She has extensive experience as an educator in the field, and since her retirement she has worked as a consultant for Physician’s Ancillary Services.  She is a past president of ASET and is co-chair of the ASET Skin Safety Task Force, and has been involved with ASET’s Standards and Practices Committee as well.
Vinita Knight, M.D., MPH
Dr. Knight sees patients in the Yale New Haven Pediatric Epilepsy Program.  She is a trained child neurologist and epileptologist with an interest in caring for children with neurologic problems such as seizures, migraines, strokes, developmental delay and movement disorders.  She graduated from the Eastern Virginia Medical School in 2010.
Emmy Brydon Brown, R. EEG T., B.S.
Emma is the lab manager at the very busy neurodiagnostic lab at New York University Hospital.  She takes a special interest in staff development and training for her technologists.  Before working in this country, Emma worked in the clinical neurophysiology lab and epilepsy monitoring unit at Westmead Hospital in Sydney, Australia.
Emily Gilmore, M.D.
Since 2012, Dr. Gilmore has been an Assistant Professor in the Division of Neurocritical Care and Emergency Neurology at the Yale School of Medicine and a neurointensivist and critical care EEG attending at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Her academic interests include how invasive and noninvasive multimodality monitoring, in particular EEG, can be used to improve the management and ultimately outcomes of critically ill patients with and without acute brain injury. She is a recent recipient of the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI) Clinical Scholars program as well as the American Brain Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship and is the site-PI for several national trials, including those exploring novel therapeutics for refractory status epilepticus as well as biomarkers of epileptogenesis in severe traumatic brain injury.
Sherry Nehamkin, R. EEG/EP T., CNIM, CLTM, FASET
Sherry has extensive experience in intra-operative monitoring, long term monitoring and ICU monitoring.  She has worked for Cleveland Clinic and University Hospital in Cleveland, OH for many years and is designated as an “EEG reader” and advanced practice role, conducting the initial review of patient data files.  She has been active with ABRET as a subject matter expert for the CLTM exam and the new Data Analyst certification exam.
Nishi Rampal, M.D.
Dr. Rampal is an attending epileptologist at the Yale New Haven Comprehensive Epilepsy Center.  She completed her fellowship at Columbia University.  She has a special interest in the use of trending and seizure detection software in Long Term and ICU monitoring.
Rebecca Khozein, R. EEG/EP T., R.NCS.T., RPSGT

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