Simon Glynn, MD, is a Clinical Associate Professor in the department of Neurology specializing in Epilepsy. He received his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from the Wesleyan University, CT. He completed medical school at Georgetown University and was awarded the Auer Award for Excellence in Neurology. He completed Neurology residency training and Clinical Neurophysiology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester MN. Then an Epilepsy fellowship and a Neuroscience Imaging (T-32) Post-doctoral fellowship, both with the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Glynn's interests include caring for epilepsy patients, NIOM, Functional and structural neuroimaging, and Large-scale epilepsy phenotype and genotype studies.
Areas of Interest
Functional and structural neuroimaging applications in epilepsy, and Large-scale epilepsy phenotype and genotype studies.
Caring for epilepsy patients and performing neurophysiological intraoperative monitoring (NIOM), including intra-operative and extra-operative functional mapping.
Medical School or Training
- Georgetown University School of Medicine, 2000
- Mayo Clinic, Neurology, MN, 2004
- Clinical Neurophysiology/Epilepsy, Mayo Clinic, 2005
- Epilepsy, Hospital of The University Of Pennsylvania, 2007