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Dr Rajesh RamachandranNair is pediatric epileptologist & neurologist at the McMaster Children's Hospital since 2006. He is the medical director of the Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Program. His clinical care focus is medically refractory epilepsy, Ketogenic Diet and Electrical Status Epilepticus of Sleep (ESES). Dr RamachandranNair is a program director for the International Child Neurology Teaching Network (ICNTN) by the International Child Neurology Association (ICNA), and the Canadian Epilepsy Teaching Network (CETN) by the Canadian League Against Epilepsy (CLAE). He is a member of the department tenure & promotion committee, and the coordinator of the Pediatric Neurology Rounds. He is the Project ECHO (Epilepsy across the life span) Hub lead for the McMaster Children's Hospital. Dr RamachandranNair is a researcher in ketogenic diet, ESES and SUDEP Communication, and is funded by the Ontario Brain Institute. Dr RamachandranNair has been an invited speaker in national and international neurology and epilepsy conferences and has organized several scientific sessions at these conferences. His accomplishments include:

  1. Starting the comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy program at the McMaster Children's Hospital
  2. Faculty Teaching award in Pediatric Neurology
  3. Member of the Management committee, EpLink https://eplink.ca/
  4. Board member of the Canadian Association of Child Neurology (past)
  5. Member of the Ontario Epilepsy Implementation Task Force (past)
  6. Co-Chair of the committee that drafted the Provincial Guidelines for the Management of Epilepsy in Adults and Children
  7. Member, SUDEP Task Force of the American Epilepsy Society (past)
  8. Chair of the publication committee, CLAE (past)
  9. Board member, Canadian Board of Registration of Electroencephalograph Technologists (past)

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