Dr. Jens Dreier, a professor in the Department of Neurology at the Charité university hospital in Berlin, discusses how he became involved in spreading depolarization (SD) research and explains the current applications and challenges of recording SDs. 

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Scott Wilson, founder of Persyst, recounts the unlikely chain of events that led to the founding of the company. 

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Dr. Jean Gotman, known as the father of automated seizure detection, recounts his early efforts to make automated seizure detection widely available. 

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Franz Fürbass and Ana Skupch from Encevis discuss their company’s solution for automatically identifying seizures in EEG recordings using deep learning. 

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Dr. Claude Hemphill, Professor of Neurology at UCSF and Division Director at Zuckerberg SFGH, explains the benefits and challenges of establishing a multimodal monitoring program.

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