Chris McGraw, MD, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology
Epilepsy,Genetics,Anti-epileptic drugs,Harvard,dementia,stroke,traumatic brain injury,TBI,headache,migraine,post-concussion syndrome,seizures,epilepsy,DEE,status epilepticus,NORSE,FIRES,HIE,EEG,autoimmune,NMDAR,side-effects,Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
Dr. Chris McGraw MD, PhD is a physician-scientist with board certification in Neurology and Epilepsy, with active medical license in Massachusetts. He is currently faculty at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the Neurology Department and the Adult Epilepsy Service, and an Instructor at Harvard Medical School (HMS). He is also affiliated with the Epilepsy Genetics Program at Boston Children's Hospital (BCH). Dr. McGraw's research group involves basic and clinical research to understand the molecular pathways underlying seizure susceptibility in rare and common epilepsies and to identify novel therapies through genetic / pharmacological screening and functional validation of findings from human genetics.
Dr. McGraw completed a combined MSTP MD/PhD program at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) with a PhD in Developmental Biology under Dr. Huda Y. Zoghbi, MD in 2012 before completing his MD in 2014. He completed residency in Adult Neurology at University of California San Francisc...