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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

Anita Zaremba

Administration of CSR clinical project activities

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.