Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Center for Genetic Medicine

Elizabeth E Gerard, MD

Elizabeth E Gerard, MD

Associate Professor of Neurology (Neurophysiology/Epilepsy)


Clinic (for patients): 312-695-7950
Administrative office: 312-926-1673

675 N. St. Clair
Suite 7-104
Chicago IL 60611

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Education and Certification

MD: Mount Sinai School of Medicine (2003)
Residency: New York Presbyterian Hospital (2007)
Fellowship: New York Presbyterian Hospital (2009)
Board Certification: Clinical Neurophysiology, Neurology


Description of Interests

My clinical practice focuses on the care of women with epilepsy. This includes contraceptive and pre-conception counseling as well as the management of epilepsy during pregnancy. I am the site-PI of the MONEAD (maternal outcomes and neurodevelopmental effects of anti-epileptic drugs)which is actively recruiting pregnant women with epilepsy. I am also interested in the use and understanding of continuous EEG monitoring in the critically ill and am the site-PI for the Critical Care EEG Consortium.

Interests (Keywords)

Clinical Neurophysiology; Epilepsy; Women's Health; Women's Reproductive Health

Research and Publications

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