Dr. Terman is a neurologist who specializes in caring for patients with seizures and epilepsy. He earned a BS in neuroscience from Brown University in 2009. Then, he completed his MD at the University of Michigan in 2014, and during this time also obtained an MS in Clinical Research which included training in statistics and epidemiology. He then completed his neurology residency at the University of Michigan in 2018, and pursued further subspecialty training during epilepsy fellowship at the University of Michigan in addition to a second Master’s in Health and Healthcare Research at the University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.
Areas of Interest
Research interests include antiseizure medication decisions, statistical modeling and seizure risk prediction, and health services research.
Clinical interests include neurological disorders focusing on outpatient seizure care including ambulatory EEG interpretation, and inpatient continuous EEG.
Medical School or Training
University of Michigan, 2014
Master’s in Clinical Research: University of Michigan School of Public Health, 2013
Master’s in Health and Healthcare Research: University of Michigan, Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, 2020
University of Michigan, Neurology, 2018
University of Michigan, Epilepsy, 2019