I believe that every patient presents as a puzzle, and I work with a fabulous team — which includes the patient and family — to solve that puzzle.

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Biography

I am a pediatric neurologist and epilepsy specialist who treats children and adolescents with epilepsy, drug-resistant epilepsy and focal cortical dysplasia.

I've always been interested in the brain, and I completed an adult neurology residency before "seeing the light" and switching to children. Then, I did additional training at Cincinnati Children’s, so I would be confident practicing in a pediatric hospital.

In our epilepsy surgery group, we are continually adding new ideas and technology to help kids with drug-resistant epilepsy. The program is truly cutting-edge. I believe that every patient presents as a puzzle, and I work with a fabulous team — which includes the patient and family — to solve that puzzle.

Through my research, I want to find a better way to identify areas of cortical dysplasia that causes seizures. I also want to find a better way to identify important language areas in children who need surgery.

When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my wonderful wife, our four great kids and our ever-changing assortment of animals. We are an active family — with sports, cycling and tree-house building being some of our favorite activities.

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Publications

Beta synchrony for expressive language lateralizes to right hemisphere in development. Sharma, VV; Vannest, J; Greiner, HM; Fujiwara, H; Tenney, JR; Williamson, BJ; Kadis, DS. Scientific Reports. 2021; 11.

Fast Automated Stereo-EEG Electrode Contact Identification and Labeling Ensemble. Ervin, B; Rozhkov, L; Buroker, J; Leach, JL; Mangano, FT; Greiner, HM; Holland, KD; Arya, R. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery. 2021; 99:393-404.

Subtraction ictal SPECT co-registered to MRI (SISCOM) patterns in children with temporal lobe epilepsy. Aungaroon, G; Trout, AT; Radhakrishnan, R; Horn, PS; Arya, R; Tenney, JR; Holland, KD; Mangano, FT; Leach, JL; Rozhkov, L; et al. Epilepsy and Behavior. 2021; 121.

Early identification of epilepsy surgery candidates: A multicenter, machine learning study. Wissel, BD; Greiner, HM; Glauser, TA; Pestian, JP; Kemme, AJ; Santel, D; Ficker, DM; Mangano, FT; Szczesniak, RD; Dexheimer, JW. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. 2021; 144:41-50.

Neuromagnetic high frequency spikes are a new and noninvasive biomarker for localization of epileptogenic zones. Xiang, J; Maue, E; Tong, H; Mangano, FT; Greiner, H; Tenney, J. Seizure : the journal of the British Epilepsy Association. 2021; 89:30-37.

Delineation of epileptogenic zones with high frequency magnetic source imaging based on kurtosis and skewness. Xiang, J; Maue, E; Fujiwara, H; Mangano, FT; Greiner, H; Tenney, J. Epilepsy Research. 2021; 172.

High-gamma modulation language mapping with stereo-EEG: A novel analytic approach and diagnostic validation. Ervin, B; Buroker, J; Rozhkov, L; Holloway, T; Horn, PS; Scholle, C; Byars, AW; Mangano, FT; Leach, JL; Greiner, HM; et al. Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 2020; 131:2851-2860.

Generator replacement with cardiac-based VNS device in children with drug-resistant epilepsy: An observational study. Hadjinicolaou, A; Jain, P; Arya, R; Roth, C; Whitney, R; Yau, I; Greiner, HM; Mangano, FT; Rutka, JT; Go, C. Epilepsy Research. 2020; 167.

Electrical stimulation sensorimotor mapping with stereo-EEG. Arya, R; Ervin, B; Holloway, T; Dudley, J; Horn, PS; Buroker, J; Rozhkov, L; Scholle, C; Byars, AW; Leach, JL; et al. Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 2020; 131:1691-1701.

Neuropsychological outcomes after pediatric epilepsy surgery: Role of electrical stimulation language mapping. Sakpichaisakul, K; Byars, AW; Horn, PS; Aungaroon, G; Greiner, HM; Mangano, FT; Holland, KD; Arya, R. Seizure : the journal of the British Epilepsy Association. 2020; 80:183-191.

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