Welcome to the Southern Epilepsy and EEG Society

 

What We Offer

The Southern Epilepsy and EEG (SEEEG) Society provides a unique member-driven platform to provide highly interactive exchanges of new ideas and information related to the field of epilepsy. Our meetings are limited to 100 attendees, which allows ample small-group discussion and feedback. The program topics are selected annually by direct input from members to address current interests and the sessions are designed to foster both debate and consensus. Our venues provide a relaxed environment, with a bit of “Southern charm”.

Since 1948 the Society has offered its members a scientific and educational venue for the development of EEG, clinical neurophysiology and epilepsy. Founded as the Southern EEG Society, the Society has held regular meetings where physicians and scientists from the Southeast and rest of the US gather to discuss the latest advances in the field. The SEEEG Society is dedicated to advancing the field of epilepsy and EEG through educational and scientific programs. We are proud of our tradition and look forward to your participation and involvement.

2017 ANNUAL MEETING

The Annual Meeting will deliver six comprehensive Symposia on current issues in epilepsy and electroencephalography. As in previous years, this meeting will offer a venue for learning and discussion. This meeting will cover topics including home seizure detection, pharmacological management of intractable status epilepticus, stereotaxic EEG, analysis of intracranial EEG, nonlinear analysis of brain signals, and functional imaging. Please join us for this most rewarding educational activity.

EPILEPSY FELLOWS PROGRAM

Our fellows program is designed to encourage the participation of current trainees in epilepsy programs through the south. Fellows involved in research, clinical care and education are welcome. The program sponsors epilepsy/EEG fellows from different institutions to attend the annual meeting and present a research or clinical paper for discussion. The program has sponsored over 66 fellows since 1996.