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Admin


Administrative Core (NS090405)


Specific Aims and Tasks

  • Coordinate scientific goals, priorities, and ongoing interactions between cores and scientific projects.
  • Assure compliance with regulatory approvals and safety protocols.
  • Assess and review the quality and efficiency of the cores and projects.
  • Monitor overall budget and annual reallocation as agreed by the executive and steering committees.
  • Oversee monthly progress reviews.
  • Organize annual expert workshops on special topics in SUDEP research.
  • Organize, review and award annual pilot and feasibility RFAs.
  • Co-sponsor research opportunities for young investigators in basic and clinical SUDEP research.
  • Liaise with other NIH initiatives and advocacy support groups in SUDEP, SIDS, SADS, and SUDY.

Principal Investigators



Core Administrator

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Anita Zaremba

Administration of CSR clinical project activities

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Eric Raap

Administration of CSR Basic science activities, Morphometric analysis core and Molecular diagnosis core



Publication Links

  • Lhatoo SD, Noebels JL. Sudden unexpected death in epilepsy: Identifying the risk and preventing mortality. PMID 26494436.
  • Ryvlin P, Nashef L, Lhatoo SD, Bateman LM et al. Incidence and mechanisms of cardiorespiratory arrests in epilepsy monitoring units (MORTEMUS): a retrospective study. PMID 24012372.
  • Bozorgi A, Chung S, Kaffashi F, Loparo KA, Sahoo SS, Zhang GQ, Kaiboriboon K, Lhatoo SD (2013). Significant peri-ictal hypotension: Expanding the spectrum of seizure induced autonomic dysregulatory phenomena with polygraphy. PMID 23758665.
  • Lhatoo SD, Faulkner HJ, Dembny K, Trippick K, Johnson C, Bird JM (2010). An electroclinical case-control study of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy. PMID 20882604.
  • Lhatoo SD, Johnson AL, Goodridge DM, MacDonald BK, Sander JW, Shorvon SD (2001). Mortality in epilepsy in the first 11 to 14 years after diagnosis: Multivariate analysis of a long-term, prospective, population-based cohort. PMID 11261508.