Mona Elsayed, MD, MSc

Mona Elsayed, MD, MSc

dy9043@wayne.edu

(313) 577-1245

Mona Elsayed, MD, MSc

Narrative Bio

Mona Elsayed, MD, MSc is an assistant professor of Neurology, Wayne State University School of Medicine. She is a board certified in Neurology, Epilepsy, and Clinical Neurophysiology. Dr. Elsayed earned her medical degree at Al Azhar University, School of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt. She completed her residency in neurology at Henry Ford Hospital, Wayne State University. She then completed a fellowship in Epilepsy/ Clinical Neurophysiology at Henry Ford Hospital, Wayne State University. Dr. Elsayed’s clinical interests include treatment of epilepsies, refractory epilepsy, Epilepsy Surgery and brain stimulators for refractory epilepsies, treatment of status epilepticus, autoimmune encephalitis, and Critical care/long term electroencephalography (EEG) monitoring. In addition, Dr. Elsayed has experiences in IntraOperative NeuroMonitoring of spine and brain surgeries including Epilepsy surgery cases. She participated in the education of medical students, residents and Epilepsy/clinical neurophysiology fellows.

Office Address

8D UHC
4201 St Antoine Blvd.
Detroit, Michigan 48201

Academic Rank

Assistant Professor Department of Neurology

Other Information

Board Certifications

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Certified in Epilepsy, 2017.
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Certified in Clinical Neurophysiology, 2015.
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Certified in Neurology, 2013.
 

Medical

MD, Al-Azhar University - Egypt (SOM & GME), 1996

Internships

Henry Ford Health System (GME), Wayne State University.

Residency

Henry Ford Health System (GME), Wayne State University.

Fellowships

Henry Ford Health System (GME), Epilepsy/Clinical Neurophysiology fellowship, Wayne State University.

Publications

1. Salazar R, James E, Elsayed M, Varelas P, Bartscher J, Corry J, Abdelhak T "Profuse sialorrhea in a case of anti N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR) encephalitis.." Clin Neurol Neurosurgery.

 2. Use of social media to assess the effectiveness of vagal nerve stimulation in Dravet syndrome: A caregiver's perspective. Ali R, Elsayed M, Kaur M, Air E, Mahmood N, Constantinou J, Schwalb J. J Neurol Sci. 2017 Apr 15;375:146-149. doi: 10.1016/j.jns.2017.01.057. Epub 2017 Jan 21.
 

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