The Atlas of Adult Electroencephalography

Update 30 June 2015: I am in the process of migrating the site to a different server and upgrading some of the back-end settings. If I can get them working I will add a few features to user profiles including the ability to message and to establish connections with other users. You may see connections and messaging settings appear (briefly) and disappear until I decide how I want to set them up. Once the settings become stable I will say so here.

Update 2 July 2015: The new site with a few new features is set up at:, but I am waiting for the nameservers record changes to kick in so the web address ( will direct to the new server. This may actually take several days (because I am also transferring domain registration). In the meantime, new user registration on the old server (here) has been turned off, and starting today any changes to your profile here will not be transferred to the new server.

For the next few days only: if you want to make a new account or edit your profile, you should do so at the new site:

Editor: David Strayhorn, MD, PhD

Dr. Strayhorn runs the Seizure and Epilepsy Clinic at Comprehensive Neurology Services in Frederick, Maryland. He was recruited to Frederick in January 2012 with a primary purpose of forming the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit at Frederick Memorial Hospital. His office can be reached by calling (240) 566-3130.

Dr. Strayhorn is board certified in Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, board certified by the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology with Added Competency in Epilepsy Monitoring, and board certified in Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He completed one year of internship in internal medicine, three years of residency in neurology, one year of fellowship in epilepsy and one year of fellowship in sleep medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis, MO.

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