Canada

Corinne Fischer

Dr. , MD

  • Adult

Psychiatry

I am a geriatric psychiatrist/neuropsychiatrist with an interest in the link between psychosis and dementia.

  • anti-NMDA

St. Michael's Hospital

#17044 cc wing, 30 Bond St., Toronto, Ontario, M5B 1W8

Richard H. Swartz

Assistant Professor , HBSc, MD, PhD, FRCPC

  • Adult

Neurology

See patients with CNS vasculitis and vasospastic stroke causes. I do not manage all autoimmune CNS inflammatory diseases (e.g. not an MS specialist) but I end up seeing and managing Autoimmune Encephalitis as part of the DDx for vasculitis.

  • anti-NMDA
  • Hu, Yo, Ma or other onconeuronal antibody AE
  • Other AE

Sunnybrook HSC., University of Toronto

2075 Bayview Ave., Toronto, Ontario. M4N 3M5

Michel Shamy

Assistant Professor , MD, FRCPC

  • Adult

Neurology

  • anti-NMDA
  • Antibody-negative AE
  • Hu, Yo, Ma or other onconeuronal antibody AE

The Ottawa Hospital

1053 Carling Avenue C2182, Ottawa, Ontario, K1Y 4E9

Tadeu A. Fantaneanu

Assistant Professor , MDCM, FRCPC

  • Adult

Epileptologist and Neurologist

Dr. Tadeu A. Fantaneanu, also known as Dr. Tad to his patients, is an Assistant Professor with the University of Ottawa and a Clinician Teacher and Associate Neurologist within the Department of Medicine. He completed his undergraduate medical education at McGill University (2009) and adult neurology residency at the University of Ottawa (2014). He subsequently completed fellowships in Clinical neurophysiology (2015) and Advanced Epilepsy (2016) at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. During this time, he also completed the Program in Clinical Effectiveness through the Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health. Dr. Tad is working to establish a comprehensive epilepsy program in Ottawa, Ontario and is currently the director of the EEG laboratory and adult epilepsy program at the Ottawa Hospital.

His areas of interest include transitional care in epilepsy, critical care EEG monitoring, pharmacoresistant and surgical epilepsy, women’s health in epilepsy as well as medical education.

  • anti-NMDA
  • AMPAR
  • Antibody-negative AE
  • CASPR2, LGI1
  • Hu, Yo, Ma or other onconeuronal antibody AE

The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa Canada

1053 Carling Ave, C2194 Neurosciences Clinic

Maryam Nabavi Nouri

Pediatric epilepsy fellow , MD, FRCPC

  • Pediatric

Pediatric neurologist

  • anti-NMDA
  • AMPAR
  • Antibody-negative AE
  • CASPR2, LGI1
  • GABA
  • GAD65
  • Other AE

BC Children's Hospital

4480 Oak St, Vancouver

Christopher Uy

, BSc, MD

  • Adult

Neurology

  • anti-NMDA
  • AMPAR
  • Antibody-negative AE
  • CASPR2, LGI1
  • GABA
  • GAD65
  • Glycine receptor
  • Hu, Yo, Ma or other onconeuronal antibody AE

University of British Columbia

Division of Neurology, The University of British Columbia, UBC Hospital, S192 – 2211 Wesbrook Mall, Canada, V6T 2B5

Richard Cone

, BSc Med Sci, MD, CCFP

  • Adult
  • Pediatric

Family Medicine

  • anti-NMDA

NRGH

2-3188 Barons Road, Nanaimo, BC V9T 4B5