“Steven Schachter is Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School; Chief Academic Officer and Director of NeuroTechnology for the Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology, Boston; and Senior Neurologist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston.
Dr. Schachter is Co-Chair of the ILAE Therapeutics Strategies Commission and serves on the ILAE Global Campaign Task Force. He is Past President of the American Epilepsy Society, past Chair of the Professional Advisory Board of the Epilepsy Foundation and an individual from the Epilepsy Foundation Board of Directors.
He has coordinated more than 70 examination projects including antiepileptic treatments, and distributed more than 200 articles and parts. He ordered the 6-volume Brainstorms arrangement, which has been circulated to more than 150,000 patients and families around the world, and altered or composed 23 different books on epilepsy and conduct. Dr. Schachter is the establishing supervisor and editorial manager in-head of Epilepsy and Behavior. ”
What a Godsend for all individuals who have, or are engaged with epilepsy and seizures, that Schachter, in some cases with co-writers, with this astonishing proficient standing and profession, has had the understanding and managed the cost of an opportunity to distribute this Brainstorms Series of 6 books on epilepsy and seizures.
Each book in the Brainstorms Series each starts with the direction of a concise prologue to epilepsy, written in basic, handily comprehended layman’s terms, however it is the terrible individual stories in each book which have such tremendous widespread allure – various individuals’ very own encounters and portrayals of seizures and epilepsy, across the globe – babies, little youngsters, teens, guardians, ladies, family, carers, instructors, work partners, experts, etc.
The extent of these accounts is tremendous, covering endless characterizations of seizures and epilepsy, composed from the heart, spanning all ages, religions and societies, while uncovering the fear, anguish, melancholy and life changes, loss of lifetime dreams and assumptions, that individuals with epilepsy should face and address… wrestle with, and outstandingly, it appears, with such a lot of assurance, boldness, just as help and unequivocal love from people around them.