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Elissaios Karageorgiou, MD, PhD

TitleAssistant Professor
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentNeurology
Address675 Nelson Rising Lane
San Francisco CA 94158
Phone415-476-6880
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    American Brain Foundation and Alzheimer's Association2014Robert Katzman, MD, Clinical Research Training Fellowship in Alzheimer’s Research
    University of California San Francisco2013Hellman Family Foundation Fellowship Award
    University of Minnesota2013John R. Gates Award in Neurology for Humanistic Qualities
    University of Minnesota2013Sidney Shapiro Resident Research Award
    International Congress on Schizophrenia Research2009Young Investigator Award
    Athens College1997Praise - Howland Oratorical Competition
    Hellenic Mathematical Society1995Praise - Thales National Mathematics Competition

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    Dr. Karageorgiou was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and raised in Athens, Greece, where he graduated from Athens College and subsequently obtained a medical degree and a PhD degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Upon completion of his medical studies, he worked as a post-doctoral associate at the Brain Sciences Center of the University of Minnesota under the mentorship of Apostolos P. Georgopoulos, MD, PhD, studying the encephalographic brain patterns in health and diseases such as dementia, multiple sclerosis, and schizophrenia. He subsequently completed residency training in neurology at the University of Minnesota, where he also served as the Associate Chief Resident for Research and Education. After his residency, he joined the Memory and Aging Center at the University of California San Francisco where he trained as a behavioral neurologist. He subsequently joined the faculty at the Memory and Aging Center providing care and conducting research in the field of dementia, with a special interest in elucidating distinct patterns of brain rhythm disruption in dementia across the sleep wake cycle. Dr. Karageorgiou’s primary goal is the provision of optimal care to his patients and their families, a goal which also guides his translational research.


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    1. Karageorgiou E, Vossel KA. Brain rhythm attractor breakdown in Alzheimer's disease: Functional and pathologic implications. Alzheimers Dement. 2017 Mar 13. PMID: 28302453.
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    2. Karageorgiou E. Neglect and extinction in kinesthesia and thesesthesia: understanding proprioceptive inattention. Neurocase. 2016 Apr; 22(2):145-53. PMID: 26275162.
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    3. Karageorgiou E . Dynamic study through the use of magnetoencephalography – electroencephalography of patients with cognitive deficits. 2015.
    4. Karageorgiou E, Miller BL. Frontotemporal lobar degeneration: a clinical approach. Semin Neurol. 2014 Apr; 34(2):189-201. PMID: 24963678.
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    5. Karageorgiou E, Schwab DJ, Ezzeddine MA. FLAIR with contrast linked to better correlation with stroke symptoms than diffision-weighted imaging in a patient: detecting hyperintense acute reperfusion injury marker and cortical enhancement. Cerebrovasc Dis. 2012; 34(4):326-7. PMID: 23147031.
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    6. Karageorgiou E, Lewis SM, McCarten JR, Leuthold AC, Hemmy LS, McPherson SE, Rottunda SJ, Rubins DM, Georgopoulos AP. Canonical correlation analysis of synchronous neural interactions and cognitive deficits in Alzheimer's dementia. J Neural Eng. 2012 Oct; 9(5):056003. PMID: 22871558.
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    7. Karageorgiou E, Schulz SC, Gollub RL, Andreasen NC, Ho BC, Lauriello J, Calhoun VD, Bockholt HJ, Sponheim SR, Georgopoulos AP. Neuropsychological testing and structural magnetic resonance imaging as diagnostic biomarkers early in the course of schizophrenia and related psychoses. Neuroinformatics. 2011 Dec; 9(4):321-33. PMID: 21246418; PMCID: PMC3116989.
    8. The logic of exploratory and confirmatory data analysis. Cognitive Critique. 2011; 3(Winter):35-48.
    9. Karageorgiou E, Koutlas IG, Alonso AA, Leuthold AC, Lewis SM, Georgopoulos AP. Cortical processing of tactile stimuli applied in quick succession across the fingertips: temporal evolution of dipole sources revealed by magnetoencephalography. Exp Brain Res. 2008 Aug; 189(3):311-21. PMID: 18512051.
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    10. Georgopoulos AP, Karageorgiou E. Neurostatistics: applications, challenges and expectations. Stat Med. 2008 Feb 10; 27(3):407-17. PMID: 18050155.
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    11. Understanding events: How humans see, represent, and act on events. Shipley TF, Zacks JM, editors. Representations of voluntary arm movements in the motor cortex and their transformations. 2008.
    12. Georgopoulos AP, Karageorgiou E, Leuthold AC, Lewis SM, Lynch JK, Alonso AA, Aslam Z, Carpenter AF, Georgopoulos A, Hemmy LS, Koutlas IG, Langheim FJ, McCarten JR, McPherson SE, Pardo JV, Pardo PJ, Parry GJ, Rottunda SJ, Segal BM, Sponheim SR, Stanwyck JJ, Stephane M, Westermeyer JJ. Synchronous neural interactions assessed by magnetoencephalography: a functional biomarker for brain disorders. J Neural Eng. 2007 Dec; 4(4):349-55. PMID: 18057502.
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