The Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center has unparalleled experience treating both children and adults with even the most complex seizure disorders. We partner with patients and families throughout all stages of care — from initial seizure diagnosis to long-term management.
COVID-19 Updates COVID-19 and Epilepsy
Coronavirus, the COVID-19 Vaccine and Epilepsy: What You Need to Know
The impact of COVID-19 and its vaccine on seizures and anti-seizure medication
More COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Updates
Additional information about the vaccine from Johns Hopkins Medicine
Saturday, February 10, 2024Continuing Medical Education: Epilepsy Surgery Symposium
This continuing medical education symposium will address the different aspects of epilepsy surgery in both adults and children and provide the most up-to-date information. Professionals who care for patients with epilepsy, including epileptologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, physicians in training and advanced care providers, will find this course beneficial and pertinent. The event will have in-person and livestreaming participation options available.
Webinar: Diet Therapy for Adults and Children with Epilepsy
Epileptologists Mackenzie Cervenka and Eric Kossoff discuss the role of diet therapy in epilepsy treatment for both adult and pediatric patients. Watch to learn more about the different types of diets and what to expect.
The center has earned a Level 4 Center accreditation* by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC), which is the highest ranking NAEC provides and recognizes centers based on their expertise and capacity to provide a range of services to their patients.
Daily seizures were severely affecting Morgan’s quality of life as a teenager in middle school. When her family learned she would need surgery for her epilepsy, they turned to pediatric neurosurgeon Shenandoah “Dody” Robinson at Johns Hopkins.
A viral infection left Jeannie with epilepsy that couldn't be controlled by medication. Drs. Gregory Krauss and William Anderson removed the injured brain tissue. Fifteen months later, Jeannie is seizure-free and enjoying life.