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  • 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Selim Ramin Benbadis, M.D. Office: 2, Tampa General Circle. 7th floor, Tampa, FL 33606, Phone: (813) 259-0892 Fax: Do not use. Faxes should be banned. They are outdated, unreliable, dirty, and non- confidential. And a waste of paper too. I hate them with a passion ;-) If you prefer fax to email, you probably do not want to deal with me. E-mail: sbenbadi@health.usf.edu Web site: http://epilepsy.usf.edu Date of Birth: June 22, 1960. Place of Birth: Paris, France. Citizenship: U.S.A (Naturalization April 30, 2002). Prior citizenship: France. Career goal: Academic career in Clinical Neurology. Special interests: • Epilepsy & Electroencephalography. • Sleep Disorders & Polysomnography. • Medical Education. • Medical Writing and Editing. MEDICAL SCHOOL & COLLEGE • 1979-1984: University of Nice, France. Graduation 6/84 (95th percentile). MD: 6/87 after completion of Thesis and Residency. • University Diploma in Epidemiology, Statistics and Computer Sciences Applied to the Medical Sciences: September 1986. Fernand Macone, MD, Director. • University Diploma in Sports Traumatology: June 1988. Francisque Commandré, MD, Director. POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP APPOINTMENTS • 11/1/84 to 10/31/87: GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE TRAINING, University of Nice Hospitals (CENTRE HOSPITALIER UNIVERSITAIRE DE NICE). Avenue de Vallombrose. 06031 Nice, France. Noel Ayraud, MD. Program Director. • 7/1/88 to 6/30/89: MEDICAL INTERNSHIP, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 9500 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, OH. Philip Hall, MD. Program Director. • 7/1/89 - 6/30/92: NEUROLOGY RESIDENCY, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 9500 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, OH. Patrick J. Sweeney, MD, FACP. Program Director, Hans O. Lüders, MD, PhD. Chairman. - page 1 -
  • 2. • 7/1/92 - 6/30/94: FELLOWSHIP IN EPILEPSY & CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 9500 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, OH. Hans O. Lüders, MD, PhD. Program Director and Chairman. • 1/1/94 - 6/30/94: FELLOWSHIP IN SLEEP MEDICINE, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 9500 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, OH. Wallace B. Mendelson, MD. Program Director. PRESENT POSITIONS • Professor, Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery Director, Comprehensive Epilepsy Program University of South Florida and Tampa General Hospital • Attending Neurologist: - Tampa General Hospital (Director, Comprehensive Epilepsy Program and Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory) - James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, Tampa, FL - H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL • Medical Director: Sleepmed DigiTrace Tampa Bay area (2001-present) • Medical Director, Erwin Tech School of Neurodiagnostic Technology (2001-present) PAST POSITIONS • 1/99-8/05: Associate Professor, Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Director, Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, University of South Florida and Tampa General Hospital • 7/96 to 12/98: Staff Neurologist and Director, Epilepsy Program, Cleveland Clinic Florida, Fort Lauderdale, FL • 8/94 to 6/96: o Assistant Professor of Neurology. Medical College of Wisconsin. Milwaukee, WI. o Staff Neurologist, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Clement Zablocki V.A. Medical Center o Consulting Staff Neurologist Columbia Regional Sleep Disorders Center, Milwaukee, WI. • 1/90 to 6/94 [part-time position during Residency]: Dr. Mitchell's Immediate Medical Care Center, 4700 Rockside Road, Suite 430, Independence, OH 44131 • 7/92 to 6/94 [part-time positions during Fellowship]: o Associate Staff: St-Anthony's Medical Center, Crown Point, IN. o Consulting Staff: Methodist Hospital, Merrillville, IN. o Consulting Staff: St-Mary's Medical Center, Hobart, IN. • 11/87 to 6/88: Private Family Practice. Dr. Michel Abraham, 3, Place De Gaule, 06800 Cagnes-sur-mer, France [full-time]. BOARD CERTIFICATIONS • French Board of General Family Practice [Ordre National des Médecins, Médecine Générale]. June 1987. • Neurology: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., November 1993. Certificate number 38563 (87th percentile rank). • American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology, Inc. (EEG, Evoked Potentials & Polysomnography). September 1994. • American Board of Sleep Medicine. May 1996. (76th percentile rank). - page 2 -
  • 3. • Clinical Neurophysiology: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., July 1999. Certificate number 995. LICENSURE & CERTIFICATION • France • State of Ohio (#61282) • State of Wisconsin (#020030939) • State of Indiana (#01039079) • State of Florida (#ME0061493) • State of Illinois (#036-085373) • ECFMG certification: Paris, France, January 1985 (Basic Sciences 78, Clinical Sciences 85) • FLEX (Federal Licensing Examination): New York, June 1989 (Basic Sciences 83, Clinical Sciences 83) HONORS & AWARDS • Second Prize: XVIth Cleveland Clinic Neuroscience Research Day, Cleveland, OH. May 21, 1991. • Annual Peskind Award for Best Scientific Paper: Cleveland Clinic Educational Foundation, Cleveland, OH. June 1994. • Sleep Research Society Travel Award. American Professional Sleep Societies Meeting, Nashville, TN. June 1995. • Teacher of the year (for "Excellence in teaching"), awarded by Residents and Fellows, department of Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Academic year 1995-1996. • American Academy of Neurology: Excellent and frequent participation as an ad hoc reviewer for Neurology (1996, 1997). • Teacher of the year, awarded by Residents and Faculty, department of Neurology, University of South Florida College of Medicine, Academic years 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, and 2003-1004. • Examiner, part II of EEG Boards, American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology, Inc., 2001. • Examiner, part II of Neurology Boards, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008. • Distinguished Faculty, awarded by Residents and Faculty, department of Neurology, University of South Florida College of Medicine, Academic year 2007-2008. • ILAE Grant to help develop Epilepsy Centers in Latin America, 2009. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS • Ordre National des Médecins [French National Board of Medicine] • Société Nationale Française de Médecine Interne [French Society for Internal Medicine] • Société Française de Neurologie [French Neurological Society] • American Medical Association • American Academy of Neurology • American Epilepsy Society • American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (Fellow) • American Academy of Sleep Medicine [formerly American Sleep Disorders Association] (Fellow) • Sleep Research Society COMMITTEES, ADMINISTRATION - page 3 -
  • 4. • 2003: Chair, membership Committee of the American Academy of Neurology's Epilepsy Section. • 2002-2004: President, Florida Society of Neurology. • 2000-2005: Neurology Director, Cleveland Clinic Alumni Association. • 1/2000-present: member, Education Committee of the American Academy of Neurology's Epilepsy Section. • 7/2000-2004, member, National Sleep Course Committee, American Academy of Sleep Medicine • 1999-2000: Committee Member, Annual Meeting Scientific Program, American Epilepsy Society. • 11/99-present: Committee Member, Task Force on Employment Guidelines, American Epilepsy Society. • 1/99-7/2000: Chairman, International Affairs Committee, American Academy of Sleep Medicine • 1/99-present: Professional Advisory Board, Epilepsy Services of West Central Florida. • 7/98-present: Board of Directors, Florida Society of Neurology. • 3/98-12/98: Graduate Medical Education Committee, Cleveland Clinic Florida. • 6/97-12/98: Vice-Chairman, Patient Education Committee, Cleveland Clinic Florida. • 6/97-12/98: Continuing Medical Education Committee, Cleveland Clinic Florida. • 11/96-10/97: Board Member, Epilepsy Association of Broward County and Epilepsy Services of Broward County. • 2/95-6/96: Department of Neurology Education Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. • 7/95-6/96: Medical Review Board of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Division of Motor Vehicles, Madison, WI. MEDICAL SCHOOL TEACHING • 2002-2004: Co-director, 4th year Medical Student Neurology Clerkship • See separate list of medical school and intramural lectures and courses. POSTGRADUATE LECTURES, COURSES & SYMPOSIA Intramural • See separate list of medical school and intramural lectures and courses. Extra-mural & invited • Serves as Faculty in over 60 post-graduate or CME lectures annually. • Detailed list of extramural and invited lectures available upon request. Courses organized & directed • CME Course co-chairman. "Quantum Leaps in Epilepsy". Symposium on Epilepsy sponsored by the University of Miami. Ft. Lauderdale, 5/31/97. • CME Course co-director: The Nightmare of Sleep Disorders. Organized by Cleveland Clinic Florida. Fort Lauderdale, FL November 11, 1997. • CME Course Director: The latest advances in Epilepsy. Organized by Cleveland Clinic Florida. Vero Beach, FL, September 19, 1998. • CME Course Director: What’s new in epilepsy. Organized by the University of South Florida. Longboat Key, FL, May 1-2, 1999. • CME Course Director: Advances in Clinical Neurology. Organized by the University of South Florida. Longboat Key, FL, January 15-16, 2000. - page 4 -
  • 5. • CME course Director: Annual Neurology Course, Florida Society of Neurology, Naples, FL, July 13-15, 2000. • Symposium Chairman: Psychogenic seizures and psychological issues in epilepsy. American Epilepsy Society, Los Angeles, December 6, 2000. • Symposium Chairman: "Florida Epilepsy" - What's new in epilepsy? A joint conference organized by the Academic/University Epilepsy Centers of Florida. Organized by the University of South Florida, with Faculty from University of Florida, University of Miami, and Miami Children's Hospital, April 7-8, 2001, Orlando, FL. • CME course Director: Annual Neurology Course, Florida Society of Neurology, St. Petersburg, FL, July 20-22, 2001. • CME course Director: Annual Neurology Course, Florida Society of Neurology, Orlando, FL, July 19-21, 2002. • CME Course Director: Clinical EEG and epilepsy monitoring. Organized by the University of South Florida. Tampa, FL, August 3, 2002. • Program Director, Annual Neurology Course. Florida Society of Neurology: 2003, 2004, 2006. • Program Director, EEG for the sleep specialist. American Academy of Sleep Medicine Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, June 4, 2003. • Program Director, Annual Neurology Course. Florida Society of Neurology, Orlando, FL, July 25-27, 2004. • CME Course Director: A practical review of EEG and epilepsy. Organized by the University of South Florida. Tampa, FL, July 31, 2004. • Program Director, Annual Neurology Course. Florida Society of Neurology, Orlando, FL, September 2006. • Program Director, Annual Neurology Course. Florida Society of Neurology, Orlando, FL, September 2007. • Program Director, Annual Neurology Course. Florida Society of Neurology, Orlando, FL, September 2008. Faculty at National Courses or National Meetings • Faculty, Introduction to EEG and Epilepsy. National Sleep Medicine Course of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine: annually 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006. • Faculty, Introduction to EEG. Advanced Sleep Medicine Course of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine: annually 2003, 2004, 2005. • Faculty, The EEG in non-epileptic seizures. American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting, Washington DC, December 2005. • Director, Special Interest Group on Psychogenic seizures: American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting 2004, 2005, 2006. • Program Director, Epileptic and non-epileptic seizures. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: October 2003 • Course Director, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting: o New York, 2004 o Atlanta, 2005 o Toronto, 2006 • Program Director, Psychogenic symptoms in Neurology. Seminar, American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting: o Honolulu, HI, April 2003. o San Francisco, CA, April 2004. o Miami, FL, April 2005 o San Diego, CA, April 2006 - page 5 -
  • 6. • Faculty, American Clinical Neurophysiology Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, November 2006: EEG-video show-and-tell. • Faculty, American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting, San Diego, December 2006: o Professionals in Epilepsy Care Symposium on Non-epileptic seizures. o Special Interest Group on Non-epileptic seizures. • Faculty, American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting, Boston, May 2007. Full-day course on epilepsy: Common pitfalls in clinical EEG. • Faculty, LEAD Group: Core elements of epilepsy diagnosis and management: expert consensus. Paper in press, 2008. • Faculty, American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting, Seattle, May 2009. Half-day course on epilepsy: Diagnosing spells on EEG-video. Faculty at International Courses • European Federation of Neurological Societies, Helsinki, Finland, 2003. • European Federation of Neurological Societies, Paris, France, 2004. • International Epilepsy Summit, Cape Town, South Africa, January 2005 (sponsored by UCB). • European Neurological Society, Vienna, Austria, June 2005: Zonisamide in the treatment of epilepsy. • International Epilepsy Congress, Paris, France, August 2005: • EEG-video show-and-tell • Idiopathic generalized epilepsy • European Federation of Neurological Societies, Glasgow, Scotland, September 2006: Management of new onset epilepsy. • International Epilepsy Congress, Singapore, July 2007: 1) Satellite symposium: Treatment of refractory epilepsy; 2) Main session: refractory idiopathic generalized epilepsies; 3) Host, meet-the-expert session; 4) Book signing; 5) Eurepa Blended Learning Course on “AED treatment and pharmacotherapy.” • 1st World Congress on Controversies in Neurology: Discussion of epilepsy surgery, Berlin, Germany, Sept 6-9, 2007. • Congreso Panamericano de Neurologia, Santo Domingo, October 7-11, 2007. • Russian Child neurology Congress, Moscow, Russia, October 2007. • Egyptian Society of Neurology, Cairo, Egypt, February 2008. • Mexican Epilepsy Conference, Cancun, Mexico, February and April 2008. • Scandinavia Lecture Tour (Sweden, Denmark, Iceland), May 2008. • Epilepsy Update, Hong Kong, June 2008. • Epilepsy Summit, Seoul, South Korea, June 2008. • German Epilepsy Conference, Munich, Germany, June 2008. • 2nd World Congress on Controversies in Neurology, Athens, Greece, October 2008. • Epilepsy Update, Algiers, Algeria, November 7, 2008. • Neurology Update, Doha, Qatar, February 2009. • Invited Faculty, Congreso Annual de la Sociedad Dominicana de Neurología y Neurocirugía (SDNN), August 20-21, 2009 • Epilepsy and Psychiatry Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, September 2009. Speakers Bureaus/Consultant • Abbott • Cyberonics • Elan Pharmaceuticals • GlaxoSmithKline - page 6 -
  • 7. • Novartis • Ortho-McNeil • Pfizer • UCB Pharma • Sleepmed-DigiTrace (ambulatory EEG) • XLTEK (EEG) PATIENT EDUCATION • Symposium for patients, presented by the Medical College of Wisconsin Neuroscience Center and the Epilepsy Association of Wisconsin: "Why aren't my seizures controlled?" - A better use of medications. Appleton, WI, 9/8/94, and Milwaukee, WI, 9/28/94. • Newspaper interviews and media appearances (See educator's portfolio). • Epilepsy support group & lectures: - Epilepsy Foundation of South Florida: Miami 8/1/96. - Epilepsy Services of Broward County: Ft. Lauderdale 9/3/96. • Community Education Lectures: - Borders Book Shop: November 1996, May 1997, November 1997, - Cleveland Clinic Hospital: June 1997, July 1997. - Cleveland Clinic: February 1998. - Barnes & Nobles Bookstore, Naples, FL: April 1998. • “Brain-A-Mania”. Public event organized by Epilepsy Services of West Central Florida, Jan 22-23, 1999, Tampa. • Program Chair, Epilepsy Awareness Month Annual Reception, November 15, 2001 • Program Chair, Epilepsy Awareness Month Annual Reception, November 14, 2002 • Program Chair, Epilepsy Awareness Month Annual Reception, November 6, 2003 • Epilepsy Awareness Month Annual Reception, November 5, 2004 • Epilepsy Awareness Month Annual Reception, November 5, 2005 • Epilepsy Awareness Month Annual Reception, November 11, 2006 • Epilepsy Awareness Month Annual Reception, November 12, 2007 • Epilepsy Awareness Month Annual Reception, November 1, 2008 FUNDED RESEARCH EXPERIENCE • Co-Principal Investigator: Protocol #E05: Safety and efficacy of the vagal nerve stimulator in the treatment of partial seizures. Cyberonics, Inc., Houston, TX [1995-96]. Acknowledged in Neurology 1998;51:54. • Principal Investigator: Protocol #105-133: Open randomized comparison of add-on lamotrigine or valproate/carbamazepine withdrawing to monotherapy in patients with treatment resistant epilepsy. GlaxoWellcome Pharmaceuticals, 1997. • Principal Investigator: Protocol CAPSS-048 (“TRAITS”): Titration to response analysis of individualized therapy study. Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceuticals, 1998. • Principal Investigator: Protocol CAPSS-107: Comparative study of Topamax vs. Depakote in juvenile myoclonic epilepsy. Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceuticals, 2002. • Principal Investigator: Protocol N01057. A double-blind multicenter randomized placebo- controlled study of adjunctive levetiracetam in idiopathic generalized epilepsy. UCB Pharma, 2003-2004. • Principal Investigator: Lacosamide for partial seizures. Schwarz Pharmaceuticals, 2005- ongoing (SP754 double blind, SP 756 open-label extension). • Principal Investigator: Topamax initiated as monotherapy in epilepsy (“TIME”). OrthoMcNeil Neurologics, 2006. - page 7 -
  • 8. EDITORIAL BOARDS & REVIEWER Editorial Boards • CNS News Neurology (Editorial Board Member, 2008-2009) • Epileptic Disorders (Editorial Board Member, 2006-present, Alexis Arzimanoglou, MD, Editor-in-Chief) • Epilepsy & Behavior (Editorial Board Member, 2005-present, Steven C. Schachter, MD, MD, Editor-in-Chief) • Seizure (The International Journal of the British Epilepsy Association, Editorial Board Member and Senior Editor, 2000-2005, Tim A. Betts, MD, Editor-in-Chief) • Neurology Reviews (Editorial Board Member, 2000-present) • European Neurology (Editorial Board Member, 1998-present, Julien Bogousslavsky, MD, Editor-in-Chief) • Journal of Epilepsy (Editorial Board Member, 1996-1998, Allen R. Wyler, MD, Editor-in- Chief) • Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics (Editorial Advisory Panel, 2001-present). Available at www.future-drugs.com. • Biomed Central - Neurology (2003-present) • Sleep Research Online (Editorial Board Member, 1998-present, online journal published by WebSciences on behalf of the World Federation of Sleep Research Societies) Ad Hoc Reviewer • Neurology (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1995-present, Robert B. Daroff, MD, and Robert C. Griggs, MD, Editors-in-Chief): Frequent reviewer acknowledged by the American Academy of Neurology. • Epilepsia (Ad Hoc reviewer, 2001-present, Timothy A. Pedley, MD, and Robert S. Fisher, MD, Editors-in-Chief). • Sleep (Ad Hoc reviewer, 2001-present, Thomas Roth, MD, Editor-in-Chief). • Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1999-present, Professor C. Kennard, MD, Editor-in-Chief). • Journal of Neuroimaging (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1999-present, Lawrence R. Wechsler, MD, Editor-in-Chief). • Annals of Internal Medicine (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1999-present, Frank Davidoff, MD, Editor-in- Chief). • JAMA (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1999-present, Phil B. Fontanarosa, MD and Richard M. Glass, MD, Interim co-Editors-in-Chief). • The Lancet (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1999-present, Richard Horton, Editor) • Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1996-present, Gastone Celesia, MD, Editor-in-Chief). • Epilepsy Research (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1998-present, Ilo Leppik, MD, Editor-in-Chief). • Clinical EEG (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1995-present, Miles Drake, MD, Editor-in-Chief). • Sleep Research Online (Editorial Board Member, 1998-present, online journal published by WebSciences on behalf of the World Federation of Sleep Research Societies). • Revue Neurologique (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1995-present, JM Léger, MD, Editor-in-Chief). • Psychosomatics (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1996-present, Thomas N. Wise, MD, Editor-in-Chief). • National Institute of Health, Division of Research Grants (Member, peer-review panel for scientific merit review of grant applications, 1996, 1999, Joe Marwah, PhD, Program Director). • National Organization for Rare Disorders (Ad Hoc reviewer, 1996-present, Joy E. Barnett, Vice President). - page 8 -
  • 9. • Healthline (Contributing Editor for Neurology, 1999, Paul M. Insel, PhD, Editor-in-Chief). PUBLICATIONS Peer-reviewed articles Original scientific articles 1. Benbadis SR, Sila CA, Cristea RL. Mental status changes and stroke. Journal of General Internal Medicine 1994;9:485-487. 2. Benbadis SR, Sila CA, Cristea RL. Mental status changes and stroke. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease 1994;4:216-219. 3. Benbadis SR, Wolgamuth BR, Perry M, et al. Dreams and rapid eye movement sleep on the Multiple Sleep Latency Test. Sleep 1995;18:105-108. 4. Benbadis SR, Perry M, Wolgamuth BR, et al. Mean versus median for the Multiple Sleep Latency Test. Sleep 1995;18:342-345. 5. Benbadis SR, Wolgamuth BR, Goren H, et al. Value of tongue biting in the diagnosis of seizures. Archives of Internal Medicine 1995;155:2346-2349. 6. Benbadis SR, So NK, Antar MA, et al. The value of PET Scan (and MRI and Wada test) in patients with bitemporal epileptiform abnormalities. Archives of Neurology 1995;52:1062-1068. 7. Benbadis SR, Dinner DS, Chelune GJ, et al. Autonomous versus dependent: a classification of bilateral language representation by intra-carotid amobarbital procedure. Journal of Epilepsy 1995;8:255-263. 8. Benbadis SR, Dinner DS, Chelune GJ, et al. Objective method for reporting language lateralization on intracarotid amobarbital testing. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 1995;17:682-690. 9. Benbadis SR, Qu Y, Warnes H, et al. Interrater reliability of the Multiple Sleep Latency Test. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology 1995;95:302-304. 10. Benbadis SR, Kotagal P, Klem GH. Unilateral blinking: a lateralizing sign in partial seizures. Neurology 1996;46:45-48. 11. Binder JR, Swanson S, Hammeke TA, Morris GL, Mueller WM, Fischer M, Benbadis S, Frost JA, Rao SM, Haughton VM. Determination of language dominance using functional MRI. Neurology 1996;46:978-984. 12. Benbadis SR, Lancman ME, Wolgamuth BR, et al. Value of full-field VEP for retrochiasmal lesions. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 1996;13:507-510. 13. Benbadis SR, Lancman ME, King LM, Swanson SJ. Preictal pseudosleep: a new finding in psychogenic seizures. Neurology 1996;47:63-67. 14. Benbadis SR, Perry MC, Wolgamuth BR, et al. The multiple sleep latency test: comparison of sleep onset criteria. Sleep 1996;8:632-636. 15. Benbadis SR. Tongue biting as a lateralizing sign in partial epilepsy. Seizure 1996;5:175-176. 16. Benbadis SR. How many patients with pseudoseizures receive antiepileptic drugs prior to diagnosis? European Neurology 1999;41:114-115. 17. Lancman ME, Benbadis S, et al. Sensitivity and specificity of asymmetric recall on Wada test to predict outcome after temporal lobectomy. Neurology 1998;50:455-459. 18. Benbadis SR, Binder JR, Swanson SJ et al. Is speech arrest during Wada testing a valid method for determining hemispheric representation of language? Brain and Language 1998;65:441-446. 19. Benbadis SR, Mascha E, Perry MC et al. Association between Epworth sleepiness scale and MSLT in a clinical population. Ann Intern Med 1999;130:289-292. 20. Benbadis SR, Perry MC, Sunstad LS, et al. Prevalence of daytime sleepiness in a population of drivers. Neurology 1999;52:209-210. - page 9 -
  • 10. 21. Wyllie E, Glazer J, Benbadis S, et al. Psychiatric features of children and adolescents with pseudoseizures. Archives of pediatrics and adolescent medicine 1999;153:244-248. 22. Benbadis SR, Blustein JN, Sunstad L. Should patients with pseudoseizures be allowed to drive? Epilepsia. 2000; 41:895-897. 23. Benbadis SR, Hauser WA. An estimate of the prevalence of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. Seizure 2000;9:280-281. 24. Tatum WO , Winters L, Gieron M, Passaro EA, Benbadis S et al. Outpatient seizure identification: results of 502 patients using computer-assisted ambulatory EEG. J Clin Neurophysiol 2001;18:14-19. 25. Benbadis SR, Tatum WO IV, Vale F, et al. MRI-evidence of mesial temporal sclerosis in patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. Neurology 2000;55:1061-1062. 26. Benbadis SR, Heriaud L, Tatum WO, Vale F. Epilepsy surgery, delays and referral patterns-are all your epilepsy patients controlled? Seizure 2003;12:167-170. 27. Benbadis SR, Tatum WO. Over-intepretation of EEGs and misdiagnosis of epilepsy. J Clin Neurophysiology 2003;20:42-44. 28. Benbadis SR, Tatum WO, Gieron M. Idiopathic generalized epilepsy and choice of antiepileptic drugs. Neurology 2003;61:1793-5. 29. Benbadis SR, Johnson K, Anthony K, et al. Induction of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures without placebo. Neurology 2000;55:1904-1905. 30. Tatum WO, IV, Johnson KD, Goff S, Ferreira JA, Benbadis SR, Vale FL. Vagus nerve stimulation and drug reduction. Neurology 2001;56:561-563. 31. Benbadis SR, Nyhenhuis, Tatum IV WO, et al. MRI of the brain is safe in patients with the vagus nerve stimulator. Seizure 2001;10:512-5. 32. Benbadis SR, Thomas P, Pontone G. A prospective comparison between 2 seizure classifications. Seizure 2001;10:247-249. 33. Totah A, Benbadis SR. Gelastic syncope mistaken for cataplexy. Sleep Medicine 2002;3:77-8. 34. Benbadis SR, Agrawal V, Tatum WO IV. How many patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures also have epilepsy? Neurology 2001;57:915-7. 35. Benbadis SR. Provocative techniques should be used for the diagnosis of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. Arch Neurol 2001;58:2063-5. 36. Benbadis SR, Wallace J, Murtagh FR, Tatum WO, Vale F. MRI evidence of MTS in subjects without seizures? Seizure 2002;11:340-3. 37. Benbadis SR, Herrera MA, Orazi H. Does the neurologist contribute to the care of the patient with back pain? European Neurology 2002; 48:2:61-64. 38. Benbadis SR, Chang S, Hunter J, et al. The influence of the full moon on seizure frequency: myth or reality? Epilepsy Behav 2004;5:596-7. 39. Benbadis SR, Heriaud L, O’Neill E et al. Outcome of prolonged EEG-video monitoring at a typical referral epilepsy center. Epilepsia 2004;45:1150-1153. 40. Benbadis SR, Siegrist K, Tatum WO, et al. Short-term outpatient EEG video with induction in the diagnosis of psychogenic seizures. Neurology 2004;63:1728-30. 41. Benbadis SR. A spell in the epilepsy clinic and a history of "chronic pain" or "fibromyalgia" independently predict a diagnosis of psychogenic seizures. Epilepsy Behav 2005;6:264-5. 42. Benbadis SR. Association between chronic pain or fibromyalgia and psychogenic seizures. AJPM 2005;15:117-119. 43. Behrouz R, Benbadis SR. Late-onset psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. Epilepsy Behav 2006;8:649-50. 44. Benbadis SR, Chichkova R. Psychogenic pseudosyncope: An underestimated and provable diagnosis. Epilepsy Behav 2006;9:106-10. 45. Benbadis SR. Hypergraphia and the diagnosis of psychogenic attacks. Neurology 2006;67:904. - page 10 -
  • 11. 46. Kulkarni VP, Lin K, Benbadis SR. EEG findings in the persistent vegetative state. J Clin Neurophysiol 2007:24:433-7. 47. Kelley S, Benbadis SR, et al. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing in the psychological treatment of trauma-based psychogenic non-epileptic seizures. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy 2007;14:135-144. 48. Acosta I, Vale F, Tatum WO, Benbadis SR. Epilepsy surgery after age 60. Epilepsy & Behavior 2008;12:324-5. 49. Korabathina K, Benbadis SR. Generalized periodic patterns: status or not? Exp Rev Neurother 2007; 7:1643-4. 50. Varela HL, Taylor DS, Benbadis SR. Short-Term Outpatient EEG-Video monitoring with induction in a Veterans Administration population. J Clin Neurophysiol 2007;24:390-1. 51. Haber A, Tatum WO, Benbadis SR. Cognitive effects of levetiracetam in patients treated for intractable epilepsy. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, San Diego, 2006. 52. Tatum WO, Anthony K, Heriaud L, Benbadis SR, Haber A, Vale F. The use of intracranial electrodes for medically intractable localization-related epilepsy – A 6-year review. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, San Diego, 2006. 53. Leon YC, Sesta J, Benbadis S, Tatum WO. The assessment of anger in patients with epileptic and psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, San Diego, 2006. 54. Benbadis SR, Lin K. Errors in EEG interpretation and misdiagnosis of epilepsy. Which EEG Patterns Are Overread? Eur Neurol 2008;59(5):267-271. 55. Bozorg A, Lacayo J, Benbadis SR. The yield of outpatient EEGs in a V.A. population. Abstract presented at the 2008 annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Paper in preparation. 56. Elzawahry H, Chen S, Benbadis SR. What does a seizure sound like? The diagnostic utility of the epileptic cry. Abstract presented at the 2008 annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Paper in preparation. 57. Bozorg A, Chen S, Benbadis SR. The use of IV levetiracetam in the ICU. Abstract presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Seattle, December 2008. Paper in preparation. 58. Chen S, Melo M, Benbadis SR. The differential diagnosis of seizures in the ICU: a video EEG study. Abstract presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Seattle, December 2008. Paper in preparation. 59. Bozorg A, Chen S, Benbadis SR. The yield of “stat EEGs” in the diagnosis of status epilepticus? Abstract presented at the 62nd t annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Seattle, December 2008. Paper in preparation. 60. Smart S, Lefler J, Behrouz R, Benbadis SR. Incidental findings on cerebral angiogram performed for Wada testing. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, 2009. Paper in preparation. 61. Muniz JC, Benbadis SR. Repeating prolonged EEG-video monitoring: why and with what results? Presented at the American Academy of Neurology, 2009. Paper in preparation. 62. Luginbuehl M, Bradley-Klug KL, Anderson WM, Benbadis SR. Pediatric sleep disorder: Validation of the Sleep Disorders Inventory for Students (SDIS). School Psychology Review 2008;37:409-431. 63. Ramos E, Benbadis SR, Vale FL. Failure of temporal lobe resection for epilepsy in patients with mesial temporal sclerosis: results and treatment options. J Neurosurg 2009;110(6):1127-34. 64. Tatum WO 4th, Benbadis SR, et al. Ictal EEG remains the prominent predictor of seizure-free outcome after temporal lobectomy in epileptic patients with normal brain MRI. Seizure 2008;17:631-6. - page 11 -
  • 12. 65. Bozorg AM, Benbadis SR. A simple scale to differentiate psychogenic attacks from epileptic seizures. To be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Boston, December 2009. 66. Eissa I, Bozorg A, Benbadis S. The value of interictal discharges in patients with normal MRI and clear ictal patterns. To be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Boston, December 2009. 67. Hernandez P, Bozorg A, Eissa I, Benbadis S. Errors in EEG interpretation: what is misinterpreted besides temporal sharp transients? To be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Boston, December 2009. 68. Pizarro J, Bozorg A, Eissa I, Benbadis S. The differential diagnosis of facial movements: seizures or not? To be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Boston, December 2009. 69. Benbadis S, Hebert D, Isojarvi J. Efficacy of Adjunctive Lacosamide in patients with partial-onset seizures and prior surgical interventions for epilepsy. To be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Boston, December 2009. 70. Oelke LE, Cimino CR, Butterfield LC, Benbadis SR. Self and informant report of subjective memory in temporal lobectomy patients. Submitted. 71. Benbadis SR, Lafrance WC, Korabathina K, Lin K, Papandonatos GD, Kraemer H. Interrater reliability of EEG-video monitoring. Neurology 2009;73;843-846. Other articles (reviews, discussions, commentaries, case reports) 1. Benbadis SR. Statistical tests in Turbo-Pascal. ©University of Nice, France. Memoir in Medicine. September 1986 [French]. 2. Benbadis SR. Multiple sclerosis with late onset. Thesis. ©University of Nice, France. June [French]. 3. Benbadis SR. Dislocation of the peroneal tendons. Médecine du Sport 1989;63(5):232- 235 [French]. 4. Benbadis SR. Graphataxia. [Letter] Annals of Internal Medicine 1990;113;3:257. 5. Benbadis SR. Comments on: Women in Cleveland Medicine. [Letter]. Cleveland Physician. December 1989;74;12:16. 6. Benbadis SR. Head Injury: Are skull films always useful? Concours Médical 1990(4)112:365-366. [French]. 7. Benbadis SR. Medical education in France. In: "International Medical Education". JAMA 1990;263(17):2385. [French]. 8. Benbadis SR. Medical education in the United States. Revue de Médecine Interne 1991;12(4):252-254. [French]. 9. Benbadis SR, Friedman AL, Kosalko J, Stagno SJ. Psychogenic seizures: a guide for patients and families. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing 1994;26(5):306-308. 10. Benbadis SR, Dinner DS. Lennox-Gastaut syndrome in the elderly. Clinical Electroencephalography 1994;25:142-147. 11. Benbadis SR, Comair Y. Temporal lobectomy: an overview of its role and indication in epilepsy surgery [French]. Revue de Médecine Interne 1995;16:626-635. 12. Benbadis SR, Kotagal P, Rothner AD. Supplementary motor seizures presenting as stumbling episodes. Seizure 1995;4:241-244. 13. Benbadis SR. Evaluation for surgical treatment of partial epilepsy: an overview. Wisconsin Medical Journal 1995;94:500-504. 14. Benbadis SR, Lüders H. Classification of epileptic seizures: comparison between two systems [French]. Neurophysiologie Clinique 1995;25:297-302. 15. Benbadis SR. Effective treatment of narcolepsy with codeine in a patient on hemodialysis. Pharmacotherapy 1996;16:463-465. 16. Benbadis SR, Lüders HO. Epileptic syndromes: an underutilized concept. Epilepsia 1996;37:1029-1034. - page 12 -
  • 13. 17. Benbadis SR, Gerson W, Harvey JH, Lüders HO. Photosensitive temporal lobe epilepsy. Neurology 1996;46:1540-1542. 18. Benbadis SR. The Multiple Sleep Latency Test: a useful clinical tool. Resident & Staff Physician 1997;43:82-83. 19. Benbadis SR. What can EEG-video monitoring do for you and your patients? Journal of the Florida Medical Association 1997;84:320-322. 20. Benbadis SR, Pallagi J, Morris GL, Collier BD, Hellman RS. Ictal SPECT findings in typical absence seizures. Journal of Epilepsy 1998;11:187-190. 21. Lüders HO, Acharya J, Baumgartner C, Benbadis S et al. Semiologic seizure classification. Epilepsia 1998;39:1007-1013. 22. Benbadis SR. Daytime sleepiness: when is it normal? When to refer? Cleve Clin J Med 1998;65:543-549. 23. Lüders HO, Acharya J, Baumgartner C, Benbadis S et al. A new epileptic seizure classification based exclusively on ictal semiology. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. 1999;99:137-41. 24. Benbadis SR. Observations on the misdiagnosis of generalized epilepsy as partial epilepsy: causes and consequences. Seizure 1999;8:140-145. 25. Woodson BT, Derowe A, Hawke M, …, Benbadis S. A Pharyngeal suspension suture with "Repose" bone screw for obstructive sleep apnea. Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 2000;122:395-401. 26. Tatum WO IV, Galvez R, Benbadis S, Carrazana E. New antiepileptic drugs: into the new millennium. Arch Fam Med 2000;9:1135-41. 27. Benbadis SR, Lüders HO. Generalized epilepsies. [Letter]. Neurology 1996;46:1194-5. 28. Benbadis SR. The Multiple Sleep Latency Test. Sleep Disorders Center Update, May 1994. ©Sleep Disorders Center. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH. 29. Benbadis SR. Mental status changes and stroke. Dear Colleague (Neurology) 1995; Vol 1;2. Zurich: Care & Cure Communications. 30. Benbadis SR, Van Ness PC. Chloroquine and nonconvulsive status epilepticus [Letter]. (Comments on Annals of Internal Medicine 1995;123(1):76-7). Annals of Internal Medicine 1996;124(6):614. 31. Benbadis SR. Conditions that mimic stroke [Letter]. (Comments on: Archives of Neurology 1995;52:1119-1122). Archives of Neurology 1996;53:404. 32. Benbadis SR. Review of: Epilepsy - A handbook, by Neil Buchanan. London: WB Saunders, Neurology 1997;48:298. 33. Benbadis SR. Neglecting epileptic syndromes [Letter]. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 1996;13:458. 34. Benbadis SR. Psychogenic seizures. [Letter]. (Comments on: Neurology 1996;47:1499- 1507). Neurology 1997;48:788. 35. Benbadis SR. On the term “complex partial seizures”. [Letter]. (Comments on: Epilepsia 1998;39:201-205). Epilepsia 1998:39:805-806. 36. Benbadis SR. Is the underlying cause of epilepsy a major prognostic factor for recurrence? [Letter]. (Comments on: Neurology 1998;51:1256-1262). Neurology 1999;53:437. 37. Benbadis SR. On citing abstracts in articles. [Letter]. Epilepsia 2000;41:355. 38. Benbadis SR, Tatum, WO, IV. Prevalence of nonconvulsive status epilepticus in comatose patients [Letter]. Neurology 2000; 55: 1421-1423. 39. Tatum WO IV, Benbadis SR, Vale FL. The neurosurgical treatment of epilepsy. Arch Fam Med 2000;9:1142-7. 40. Benbadis SR, Tatum WO IV, Vale FL. When drugs don’t work: An algorithmic approach to medically intractable epilepsy. Neurology 2000;55:1780-1784. 41. Benbadis SR. When drugs fail to control seizures: a case for non-pharmacologic treatments. CNS News, November 2001. - page 13 -
  • 14. 42. Benbadis SR, Tatum WO IV. Advances in the treatment of epilepsy. American Family Physician 2001;64:91-98. 43. Benbadis SR. Epileptic seizures and syndromes. Neurologic Clinics 2001;19:251-270. 44. Wyllie E, Benbadis SR, Kotagal P. Psychogenic seizures and other paroxysmal nonepileptic events in children. Epilepsy & Behavior 2002;3:46-50. 45. Benbadis SR. Nonepileptic seizures and psychological issues in epilepsy: introduction and symposium overview. Epilepsy & Behavior 2002;3. 46. Tatum IV WO, French JA, Benbadis SR, Kaplan PW. The etiology and diagnosis of status epilepticus. Epilepsy Behav 2001;2:311-317. 47. Benbadis SR. The value of tongue laceration in the diagnosis of blackouts. Am Fam Physician 2004;70:1757-8. 48. Benbadis SR. The problem of psychogenic symptoms: is the psychiatric community in denial? Epilepsy Behav 2005;6:9-14. 49. Benbadis SR. The management of idiopathic generalized epilepsies. Acta Neurol Scand 2005;112(s181):63-67. 50. Benbadis SR. Practical management issues for idiopathic generalized epilepsies. In: Panayiotopoulos CP (ed). Idiopathic generalised epilepsies: A review and modern approach. Epilepsia 2005;46 Suppl 9:125-32. 51. Benbadis SR, Wilner AN. Pediatric epilepsy: diagnostic and treatment considerations. CNS News, December 2005; Vol 7: 85-90. 52. Tatum WO, Husain A, Benbadis SR, Kaplan P. Normal adult EEG and patterns of uncertain significance. J Clin Neurophysiol 2006;23:194-207. 53. Benbadis SR. The EEG in nonepileptic seizures. J Clin Neurophysiol 2006;23:340-52. 54. Lafrance WC Jr, Benbadis SR. Avoiding the costs of unrecognized psychological nonepileptic seizures. Neurology 2006;13;66:1620-1. 55. Benbadis S. Localization-related epilepsy: Causes and clinical features. In: UpToDate, Basow, DS (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA, 2008. 56. Benbadis S. Benign partial epilepsies of childhood. In: UpToDate, Basow, DS (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA, 2008. 57. Benbadis SR. Differential diagnosis of epilepsy. Continuum Lifelong Learning Neurol 2007;13(4):48-70 (published by the American Academy of Neurology). 58. AlSaadi T, Benbadis SR. A review of levetiracetam for the treatment of epilepsy. In preparation. 59. Baaj A, Vale F, Benbadis SR. Vagus nerve stimulation for the treatment of epilepsy. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. In preparation. 60. Benbadis SR, Liu L. CPAP, a treatment for epilepsy? Neurology 2007;69:1814-5. 61. Korabathina K, Benbadis SR. Levetiracetam is as effective as carbamazepine in newly diagnosed epilepsy. Expert Rev Neurother 2007;7:599-601. 62. Widdess-Walsh P, Benbadis S. EEG in newly diagnosed adult epilepsy. In: Panayiotopoulos T (ed). The UCB Educational Kit on Epilepsies, Volume III. Publishers Medicinae, 2007. 63. Haber AH, Vassallo JL, Tatum WO, Benbadis SR. Repeated intracarotid amobarbital tests. Epilepsia 2007;48:1815-6. 64. Benbadis SR. Misdiagnosis of epilepsy due to errors in EEG interpretation. Pract Neurol 2007;7:323-5. 65. Benbadis SR. Errors in EEGs and the misdiagnosis of epilepsy: Importance, causes, consequences, and proposed remedies. Epilepsy Behav 2007;11:257-62. 66. Benbadis SR. Use and abuse of stat EEG. Expert Rev Neurother 2008;8(6):865-868. 67. Lulic D, Ahmadian A, Baaj AA, Benbadis SR, Vale FL. Vagus nerve stimulation. Neurosurg Focus 2009 Sep;27(3):E5. 68. Baaj AA, Benbadis SR, Tatum WO, Vale FL. Trends in the use of vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy: analysis of a nationwide database. Neurosurg Focus 2008 Sep;25(3):E10.. - page 14 -
  • 15. 69. Rosenfeld WE, Benbadis S, Edrich P, Tassinari CA, Hirsch E. Levetiracetam as add-on therapy for idiopathic generalized epilepsy syndromes with onset during adolescence: analysis of two randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies. Epilepsy Res 2009;85(1):72-80. 70. Winesett SP, Benbadis SR. Which EEG patterns are commonly over-read as epileptiform. European Neurological Review, Volume 3, 2009, in press. 71. Benbadis SR. Differential diagnosis of epilepsy: a critical review. Epilepsy Behav 2009;15:15-21. 72. Benbadis SR. Provocative techniques should be used for the diagnosis of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. Epilepsy Behav 2009;15:106-9;. 73. Lin K, Benbadis SR. Death and epilepsy. Expert Rev Neurother 2009;9(6):781-3. 74. Benbadis SR. Use and abuse of stat EEG. Am J Electroneurodiagnostic Technol 2009;49:87-93. 75. Benbadis SR, Vale F, Duchowny M, Dubeau F. Huh? Hemispherectomy in adults. Epileptic Disord 2009;11(3):258-9. 76. Bozorg AM, Benbadis SR. Essential oils as a cause of breakthrough seizure after temporal lobectomy. Seizure 2009;18(8):604-5. Lay press & Patient Education 1. Benbadis SR, Stagno SJ. Psychogenic seizures: A Guide for patients and families. ©The Cleveland Clinic Educational Foundation and Department of Scientific Publications, 1993. 2. Benbadis SR. Sleep. Muscle & Fitness 1996;57(1):136. 3. Benbadis SR, Faught E, Green RC. "System overload" - A book about seizures. Atlanta: Pritchett & Hull, 1996. 4. Benbadis SR. Sleep and its disorders. Healthline 1997;16(2):8-9. 5. Benbadis SR. Epilepsy explained. Healthline 1997;16(5):8-9. 6. Benbadis SR. The management of epilepsy. Healthline 1997;16(6):8-9. 7. Benbadis SR. Epilepsy surgery: Does it work? For whom? Healthline 1999;18(1):8-9. 8. Benbadis SR. Pseudoseizures. Healthline 1999; 18(8):8-9. 9. Benbadis SR, Heriaud L. Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures: A Guide for patients and families. ©University of South Florida, available at: http://epilepsy.usf.edu. 10. Benbadis SR, Heriaud L. Understanding seizures and epilepsy. ©University of South Florida, available at: http://epilepsy.usf.edu. 11. Benbadis SR, Heriaud L. Idiopathic generalized epilepsy. ©University of South Florida, available at: http://epilepsy.usf.edu. 12. Benbadis SR, Heriaud L. Epilepsy surgery: what you need to know. ©University of South Florida, available at: http://epilepsy.usf.edu Book Tatum WO, Benbadis SR, et al. Handbook of EEG interpretation. Demos, 2007. Book chapters 1. Benbadis SR, Chelune GJ, Stanford L, et al. Outcome and complications of epilepsy surgery. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 2nd edition. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, pp.1103-1118, 1997. 2. Benbadis SR, Lüders HO. Classification of seizures and epilepsy. In: Villarejo F. Treatment of epilepsy [Spanish]. Madrid: Diaz de Santos: pp. 29-36, 1998. 3. Benbadis SR, Wyllie E. Evaluation of intractable seizures in children. In: Albright AL, Pollack IF, Adelson PD, (ed). Principle and practice of pediatric Neurosurgery. New York: Thieme, pp.1095-1109, 1999. 4. Swanson SJ, Springer JA, Benbadis SR, Morris GL. Cognitive and psychological functioning in non-epileptic seizure patients. In: Gates J, Rowan AJ (eds). Non-epileptic seizures. 2nd edition. Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 123-138, 2000. - page 15 -
  • 16. 5. Benbadis SR. Aphasic seizures. In: Lüders HO, Noachtar S (eds). Epileptic seizures: pathophysiology and clinical semiology. New York: Churchill Livingstone, 2000, pp. 501- 505. 6. Benbadis SR. Invasive EEG in humans. In: Lüders HO, Noachtar S (eds). Epileptic seizures: pathophysiology and clinical semiology. New York: Churchill Livingstone, 2000, pp. 49-53. 7. Benbadis SR. Excessive daytime sleepiness. In: Smolley LA, Fulghum-Bruce D. Snoring. New York: WW Norton, 1999. 8. Benbadis SR. Focal disturbances of brain function. In: Levin KH, Lüders HO (eds). Comprehensive clinical neurophysiology. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 2000, pp.457-467. 9. Benbadis SR, Wyllie E. Pediatric epilepsy syndromes. In: Levin KH, Lüders HO (eds). Comprehensive clinical neurophysiology. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 2000, pp.468-480. 10. Benbadis SR. Intracarotid amobarbital test for language lateralization. In: Lüders HO, Comair Y. Epilepsy surgery. Second Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2001, pp. 525-530. 11. Sakamoto AC, Benbadis SR, Godoy J et al. Essentials for the establishment of a surgery of epilepsy program. In: Lüders HO, Comair Y. Epilepsy surgery. Second Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 200, p.979-986. 12. Benbadis SR, Agrawal V. Partial seizures. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2001. Available at: http://www.emedicine.com/neuro/contents.htm. 13. Benbadis SR. Psychogenic seizures. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2001. Available at: http://www.emedicine.com/neuro/contents.htm. 14. Benbadis SR. Shuddering attacks. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2001. Available at: http://www.emedicine.com/neuro/contents.htm. 15. Bozorg A, Benbadis SR. Narcolepsy. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2008. Available at: http://www.emedicine.com/neuro/contents.htm. 16. Benbadis SR, Chelune GJ, Stanford L, Vale F. Outcome and complications of epilepsy surgery. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 3rd edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2001, pp. 1197-1211. 17. Benbadis SR, Wyllie E, Bingaman W. Intracranial EEG and localization studies. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 3rd edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2001, pp. 1067-1075. 18. Berkovic S, Benbadis SR. Absence seizures. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 3rd edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2001, pp. 357-365. 19. Berkovic S, Benbadis SR. Childhood absence epilepsy and juvenile absence epilepsy. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 3rd edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2001, pp. 485-490. 20. Rielo D, Benbadis SR. Vagus nerve stimulation. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2001. Available at: http://www.emedicine.com/neuro/contents.htm. 21. Benbadis SR, Rielo D. Atlas of EEG. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2001. Available at: http://www.emedicine.com/neuro/contents.htm. 22. Benbadis SR. Questionnaires and rating scales. In: Kushida CA (ed). Sleep deprivation. New York: Marcel Dekker, 2005: 1-9. 23. Andrews A, Benbadis SR. Chronobiology and Circadian Rhythms. In: Berry R, Carney P (eds). Clinical Sleep Disorders. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2005, pp.85- 94. 24. Benbadis SR. Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 4th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2005, pp. 623-630. 25. Loddenkemper T, Benbadis SR, et al. Idiopathic generalized epilepsies. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 4th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2005, pp. 391-406. - page 16 -
  • 17. 26. Benbadis SR, Wyllie E, Bingaman W. Intracranial EEG and localization studies. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 4th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2005, pp. 1059-1067. 27. Benbadis SR, Berkovic S. Absence seizures. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 4th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2005, pp. 305-315. 28. Benbadis SR. EEG and EEG-video monitoring in epilepsy. In: Practical guide on electrodiagnosis. G. Akyuz and D. Turkdogan (eds). Gunes Publishing Co. Ltd, Ankara, Turkey, 2004. In press. 29. Benbadis SR. Introduction to EEG. In: Sleep: A comprehensive handbook. T. Lee- Chiong (ed). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons, 2006, pp. 989-1024. 30. Benbadis SR. "Special" seizures: localizing and lateralizing value. In: Luders HO. Textbook of epilepsy surgery. Informa, UK: Taylor & Francis. Pp. 488-491. 31. Vale F, Benbadis SR. Ethical issues in epilepsy surgery: informed consent. In: Luders HO. Textbook of epilepsy surgery. Informa, UK: Taylor & Francis, 2008. pp.220-222. 32. Benbadis SR. Psychological disorders imitating epilepsy. In: Panayiotopoulos T (ed). The UCB Educational Kit on Epilepsies. ISBN-10: 0-9552230-0-8 ISBN-13:978-0- 9552230-0-6 Publishers Medicinae, 2006. 33. Benbadis SR. Epilepsy surgery in children. In: Panayiotopoulos T (ed). The UCB Educational Kit on Epilepsies. ISBN-10: 0-9552230-0-8 ISBN-13:978-0-9552230-0-6 Publishers Medicinae, 2006. 34. Behrouz R, Benbadis S. Idiopathic generalized epilepsies of adolescence. In Pellock J, Bourgeois B. Pediatric Epilepsy, 2007. 35. Winesett SP, Benbadis SR. Unclassified and psychogenic spells. In: Sirven J, Stern J: Atlas of Video-EEG Monitoring: A Text and Video Reference. McGraw-Hill Publishing. In press. 36. Baaj A, Vale F, Benbadis SR. Vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy. Neurosurgical Focus 2009. In press. 37. Benbadis SR. Clinical features and role of EEG-video monitoring. In: LaFrance WC, Schachter S, Gates and Rowan’s Nonepileptic seizures, 3rd edition. Cambridge University Press. In press. 38. Behrouz R, Benbadis SR. CADASIL. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2008. 39. Bozorg AM, Benbadis SR. Psychogenic seizures. In: Wheless, Willmore, Brumback (Eds). Advanced therapy in epilepsy, People’s medical Publishing House, 2009, pp. 220- 225. 40. Varela H, Benbadis SR. Episodic neurologic dysfunction. In: Schoenberg M, Scott JG, (Eds): Handbook of Neuropsychology. Springer. In press. 41. Drane DL, Coady E, Williamson DJ, Miller JW, Benbadis SR. Neuropsychology of nonepileptic seizures. . In: Schoenberg M, Scott JG, (Eds): Handbook of Neuropsychology. Springer. In press. 42. Muniz JC, Benbadis SR. EEG in status epilepticus. Emedicine 2009, in preparation. 43. Hernandez-Frau P, Benbadis SR. Psychiatric disturbances in epilepsy. Emedicine 2009, in preparation. 44. Vidal-Soto Y, Benbadis SR. EEG-video monitoring. Emedicine 2009, in preparation. 45. Carroll E, Benbadis SR. Complex partial seizures. Emedicine 2009, in preparation. 46. Eissa E, Benbadis SR. First seizure in adults. Emedicine 2009, in preparation. 47. Benbadis SR, Vale F. Intracranial EEG and localization studies. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 5th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. In press. 48. Benbadis SR. Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. In: Wyllie E (ed). The treatment of epilepsy: Principles and practice. 5th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. In press. - page 17 -
  • 18. Book editing 1. Benbadis SR. Neurology Managing Editor. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2002-2007. 2. Benbadis SR. Neurology CME Editor. Textbook of Neurology. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2002-present. 3. Benbadis SR. eMedicine (from WebMD), Editor-in-Chief for Neurology (2008-present). 4. Benbadis SR. Section Editor, Non-pharmacologic treatment. In Panayiotopoulos T. Atlas of epilepsies, in press 2009. Extra-curricular letters and editorials 1. Benbadis SR. On the default setting of the Citizen 200GX printer ("Usability Hall of Shame"). PC Computing; Feb 1993:35. 2. Benbadis SR. On a lacking DOS command for batch files. PC World; Jul 1992:249. 3. Benbadis SR. On ATP trainers. Tennis Week; June 3, 1993; vol 19; No 19:4. 4. Benbadis SR. "Bud-ding in". On tennis commentaries. World Tennis; Feb 1990;10. 5. Benbadis SR. Une amnistie mal venue. Le Nouvel Observateur; Paris: June 17, 1988; No 1232: [French]. 6. Benbadis SR. Starting a warm up. Addvantage (Official Publication of the United States Professional Tennis Association); March 1990; Vol 14; No 3: 6. 7. Benbadis SR. On tennis tips by analogy. Tennis Week; Vol 19; No 19; June 3, 1993. HOBBIES: TENNIS o Ranked nationally in France from 1978 to 1990. o Ranked #5 in Northeastern Ohio in 1991. o Ranked #13 in Northeastern Ohio in 1994. o Certified Member of the United States Professional Tennis Association since 1990. o Year 1998: Ranked #4 in Florida Men's 35). Ranked #33 Nationally (Men’s 35). o Year 1999: Ranked #12 in Florida (Men's 35). o Year 2000: Ranked #26 Nationally (Men’s 35). Ranked #6 in Florida (Men's 35). o Year 2001: Ranked #34 Nationally (Men’s 40). Ranked #9 in Florida (Men’s 40). o Year 2002 Ranked #63 World (ITF) (Men’s 40) – CAREER HIGH - Ranked #14 Nationally (Men’s 40) – CAREER HIGH - Ranked #12 in Florida (Men’s 40). o Year 2003 Ranked #29 Nationally (Men’s 40). Ranked #5 in Florida (Men’s 40). o Year 2004 Ranked # 41 Nationally (Men’s 40). Ranked #4 in Florida (Men’s 40). o Year 2005 Ranked #19 Nationally (Men’s 45). Ranked #4 in Florida (Men’s 45). o Year 2006 Ranked #29 Nationally (Men’s 45). Ranked #6 in Florida (Men’s 45) o Year 2007 - page 18 -
  • 19. Ranked #30 Nationally (Men’s 45). Ranked #9 in Florida (Men’s 45) - page 19 -