Physician, Neurology Consultant, Department of Neurology Chair, Division of Clinical Neurophysiology, Department of Neurology Professor, Department of Neurology
Gregory Worrell, MD, PhD is Professor of Neurology, Physiology & Biomedical Engineering at Mayo Clinic where he directs the Bioelectronics Neurophysiology and Engineering Lab.
Dr. Worrell’s graduate studies were completed at Case Western Reserve University (Ph.D. Physics) and University of Texas, Galveston (M.D. Medicine). He completed Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology, and Epilepsy post-graduate training at Mayo Clinic and University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Worrell’s research is at the interface of neurophysiology and engineering. His team is currently pursuing integration of electrical brain stimulation and sensing devices with local and distributed computing for brain state tracking and adaptive therapy. Clinical trials are now investigating electrical brain stimulation, seizure forecasting, consciousness impairment, and epilepsy related cognitive and psychiatric co-morbidities.