Faculty Profile

Ellen J. Bubrick, MD


Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Associate Neurologist, Department of Neurology, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Administrative Title(s)

Assistant Fellowship Director, Epilepsy/EEG/Sleep

See publications


Address

Department of Neurology, Brigham and Women's Hospital
75 Francis Street
Boston, MA 02115
USA

Phone 617-732-7547
Fax 617-730-2885

Email ebubrick@partners.org

Society Memberships

American Epilepsy Society
American Academy of Neurology

Research Unit(s)

Division of Sleep Medicine

Research Interests

I am clinically an epileptologist with research interests in emergency EEG as well as overlap in epilepsy/sleep/memory.

Mentor(s)

Dr. Barbara Dworetzky, previously the late Dr. Edward Bromfield.

Teaching

2004-2005 Member, Executive Committee on Teaching and Education, Massachusetts General Hospital
2005  Clinical Instructor, Harvard Medical School Patient-Doctor II Course, Neurology Exam Course
2005  Clinical Instructor, Harvard Medical School Patient-Doctor I Course, Clinical Assessment Course
2006-2007 Lecturer, Introduction to EEG, Neurology Clerkship, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
2007- Faculty Advisor, Primary Clinical Experience, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
2008- Curriculum Director, EEG/Epilepsy/Sleep Fellowship Lecture Series, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
2009- Assistant Fellowship Director, Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship in Epilepsy/EEG/Sleep, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Current Projects
I am currently working in conjunction with Dr. Robert Stickgold and sleep fellow Dr. Maryann Deak on a project investigating memory processing and sleep in temporal lobe epilepsy.

Selected Publications

Bubrick E, Dworetzky, B, Bromfield, E. Utilization of Below-the-Hairline EEG in Detecting Subclinical Seizures.
Clinical EEG & Neuroscience (in press)

Kesselheim A, Stedman M, Bubrick E, Gagne J, Misono A, Lee J, Brookhart A, Avorn J, Shrank W. Seizure Outcomes Following Use of Generic vs Brand-Name Antiepileptic Drugs:  A  Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis  Drugs (in press)

Bubrick EJ, Dworetzky BA, Bromfield EB. Assessment of hairline EEG as a screening tool for nonconvulsive status epilepticus.
Epilepsia. 2007 Dec;48(12):2374-5; author reply 2375. [PMID: 18088271]


Perls T, Bubrick E., Wager C, Vijg J, Krugyak L. Siblings of centenarians live longer. 
The Lancet. 1998 vol 351, p 1560.

Abstracts

Zepeda R, Gleason K, Bubrick E, Pallin D, Dworetzky B, Disparities of Epilepsy Care in the Emergency Department. 
American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting 2009 (abstract)

Pavlova M, Bubrick E, Bromfield E, Utility of Simultaneous Polysomnography and Full EEG Recording. 
American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting 2007 (abstract)

Perls T, Alpert L, Bubrick E, Senosky L, Vijg J, Kruglyak L, Greater than expected numbers of very old siblings in the pedigrees of centenarians. 
Gerontological Society of America. 1997 (abstract)

Perls T, Alpert L, Bubrick E, Senosky L, Fretts R, Age of menopause as a marker of potential life span. 
American Geriatrics Society. 1997 (abstract)

Oral Presentations

Sundaram P, Wells, WM, Mulkern RV, Bubrick EJ, Bromfield EB, Munch M, Orbach DB. Reproducible Fast Magnetic Resonance Activation Maps during Interictal Epileptiform Spikes. ASNR (oral presentation as a scientific paper)

Sundaram P, Wells, WM, Mulkern RV, Bubrick EJ, Bromfield EB, Munch M, Orbach DB. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Cerebral Electromagnetic Acitivty in Epilepsy.
ISMRM (oral presentation as a scientific paper)

Bubrick E, Dworetzky, B, Bromfield, E. Utilization of Below-the-Hairline EEG in Detecting Subclinical Seizures.
American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting 2008



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