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Grego Pulp - Freelance Illustration, Comic Art, Graphic Novel Art, Sci Fi Art, & Horror Art
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If you want the comic with the right style to your story, I'm the one you need. Currently: Working in NEW SCI FI COMIC SERIES Preparing: Hollow Earth comic book nº2 in www.redeyecomics.com Finish: Out Of Place - Art Of facts comic book nº2 in http://oopaof.com/comic Out Of Place - Art Of facts comic book nº1 in http://oopaof.com/comic/ Hollow Earth comic book nº1 in...
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Sarah Lash - Freelance Accounting & Writing
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I'm an honor student in my bachelor's degree at Liberty University (class of '16) and former honor student at Lone Star College. I have been accepted to Texas A&M to complete my master's degree in Business Analytics and Marketing, beginning in the fall of 2016. I am a freelance novelist, poet, and non-fiction writer. Upon request, I will send to prospective clients and students a sample piece of my work: a business ethics research paper written in my junior year of my undergraduate degree. It is complete with annotated references and APA formatting. I hold degrees in Accounting (A.S.), and Business Administration and Marketing (B.S.). My greatest strength, however, lies in my pen. I love to write; but even more, I love to teach others to write--and to write well! I teach writing, and I also write on a freelance basis. My expertise is in business/finance/accounting, and subjects of that nature, although I have written on everything from politics to religion. RESUME & Writing Sample: Summary Business Administration/Marketing graduate (May 2016). I am positive, hardworking, professional, energetic, and motivated. I have a strong background in sales and marketing, with additional experience in real estate, writing, and accounting. My academic goals for the future include obtaining my master’s degree from Texas A&M. 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Sarah E. Lash, RMLO Congratulations on buying a new home! Having fun yet? Well, you would certainly like to be—but the home buying process is notoriously stressful. Not only are you dealing with issues like school districts, neighborhoods, prices and yard size—your head’s probably spinning at this point with terms like FHA, USDA, interest rates, bonds, points, jumbo, conventional, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and a host of other things that might as well just be in Latin. Oh, yes, and that bizarre acronym that nobody seems to know how to pin down—APR. Let’s take a quick tour into the world of mortgage acronyms and uncover some details about this elusive character. Chances are, you took one look at your Federal Truth-In-Lending statement that your loan officer sent you and wondered how much more confusing one document could possibly be. A jumble of dates, times, numbers, costs, and percentages doesn’t help explain much. Probably the most puzzling piece of this document was the two different “interest rates” that you saw near the top. Your loan officer may have told you that you were getting a 3.875%. Well, why then are you seeing a 3.990% APR at the top of this page? APR is entirely different from your interest rate. The letters stand for Annual Percentage Rate, and this rate is required to be disclosed alongside your interest rate. While your interest rate is part of your annual percentage rate, that’s only one piece of it. At its simplest, APR is a cost of your credit expressed as a yearly rate. Let’s say you went to get a loan from a friend for $500. You’re going to borrow the money for a year, and then pay it back. Your friend tells you that she won’t charge you any interest. You’re so excited. Since she’s such a good friend, she’s going to give you the money interest-free—but, she adds—with a $50 up front charge. That changes things. You thought at first that you were getting the money interest free. However, your friend just effectively made that $500 pretty expensive for you. So while you have a 0% interest rate—you actually have a 10% APR ($50 divided by $500). That loan that your friend is giving you is costing you 10% of the loan amount per year that you have it, even though she is not charging you anything in interest. We are including in our calculation of APR all costs of the loan, not just any interest that she would charge you. So what up-front charges are included in mortgage APR? There are a few things that would be included in that calculation. Among them are: - Any loan origination fees charged - Points charged for a specific interest rate - Broker fees - Mortgage Insurance (PMI) - Doc Prep fees - Flood Certification Any fees that would be incurred whether or not the home was purchased with cash or with a loan would not generally be included in the calculation of APR. Happy house hunting! 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for all your graphic designing work im the best guy in town!!! i can work under pressure and meet up the deadlines.....im a qualified graphic designer with a diploma in graphic/web designing, I bring the skills and experience to get things done well. COMPANY LOGOS ! EVENT POSTERS ! FLYERS
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I am an American Literature Professor. This past year I have published my first book on Amazon and have over 100 pieces published on Associated Content. Some of my pieces have been picked up by Yahoo News and Yahoo Sports.
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EDUCATION: Pursuing BA English Major/Business Administration, Minor, SCSU Writing Experience: Short Story published, Natural Health Magazine (Feb.,1999) Many articles published, New Haven Register,Hamden Chronicle (1994 to present) Corporate Policy/Procedur Manuals, Personnel Manuals, Credit Policy Manuals, Employment Manuals
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Michael V. Elder 2069 Burnett Blvd Wilmington, NC 28401 Career Summary Over two decades of professional production experience in film, broadcast television, and high definition video, serving in both an administrative and technical capacity. 2011 - Present Producer/Director “Wicked Flicker Pictures”, LLC Wilmington, NC Directly involved with the administrative development and technical application of original feature film, and digital HD video production projects, designed for both foreign and domestic acquisition and distribution for the full-service film and video production company. 2008 – 2011 Operations Director “Cinema East Film Workshop” Wilmington, NC Responsible for the conceptual design, set-up and daily operations of the hands-on, motion picture film and video program , while working in conjunction with Wilmington Camera Services. Instructional content included 35mm camera operation, HD video camera operation, proper light meter usage, film stock analysis and on-set protocol. 1997 -2008 Cinematographer/Videographer “Freelance” Wilmington, NC /USA Worked freelance to produce over twenty aired television commercials, two documentaries, and a short film. Created “Big Pig Film” productions in 2000, and continued to create original film and aired video projects, including the aired television documentary “Ghosts of the East Coast”, and “The Mustangs of Shackleford Island”. 1995 -1997 Creative Director “Time Warner Cable AdCast” Wilmington, NC As a Creative Director, I was responsible for writing original commercial copy, as well as camera operation, lighting, sound recording, and the supervision of digital post-production. This one person position earned me two separate “ADDY” awards for local commercials produced. -2- 1992 - 1994 Production Manager “Blue Sky Video Media” Orlando, FL Responsible for the complete management of all vendor agreements and contracts, all relative department expenditures and budgets, the scheduling of all studio and location requirements , the booking of talent, as well as all additional production equipment. 1989 – 1991 Department Head “Full Sail University” Orlando, FL After holding a full-time lecturer’s position for over a year, I was then offered the Department Head position of the Lighting and Set Design classes involved with the school’s Film and Video courses. My duties involved the creation of the program’s curriculum, as well as the daily hands-on instruction in these classes. 1984 – 1986 Production Technician “WCTV” (CBS affiliate) Tallahassee, FL Worked in a variety of position in the production department, including camera operation (studio and field), studio audio, graphics, and video board, commercial insert switching capabilities. 1982 -1983 Broadcast Television Intern “CNN” Atlanta, GA Responsible for live ¾” video multiple machine playback for the on-air thirty minute news show rotations. I was also trained to edit on Ampex 1” video tape machines for newsworthy satellite downlink feeds. EDUCATION : Received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech and Theatre Arts The University of West Georgia Carrollton, Georgia Michael V. Elder 2069 Burnett Blvd Wilmington, NC 28401 910-297-3020 miceld9@aol.com Career Summary Over two decades of professional production experience in film, broadcast television, and high definition video, serving in both an administrative, as well as a hands-on, technical capacity. 2011 - Present Producer/Director “Wicked Flicker Pictures”, LLC Wilmington, NC Directly involved with the administrative development and technical application of original feature film, and digital HD video production projects, designed for both foreign and domestic acquisition and distribution for the full-service film and video production company. 2008 – 2011 Operations Director “Cinema East Film Workshop” Wilmington, NC Responsible for the conceptual design, set-up and daily operations of the hands-on, motion picture film and video program , while working in conjunction with Wilmington Camera Services. Instructional content included 35mm camera operation, HD video camera operation, proper light meter usage, film stock analysis and on-set protocol. 1997 -2008 Cinematographer/Videographer “Freelance” Wilmington, NC /USA Worked freelance to produce over twenty aired television commercials, two documentaries, and a short film. Created “Big Pig Film” productions in 2000, and continued to create original film and aired video projects, including the aired television documentary “Ghosts of the East Coast”, and “The Mustangs of Shackleford Island”. 1995 -1997 Creative Director “Time Warner Cable AdCast” Wilmington, NC As a Creative Director, I was responsible for writing original commercial copy, as well as camera operation, lighting, sound recording, and the supervision of digital post-production. This one person position earned me two separate “ADDY” awards for local commercials produced. -2- 1992 - 1994 Production Manager “Blue Sky Video Media” Orlando, FL Responsible for the complete management of all vendor agreements and contracts, all relative department expenditures and budgets, the scheduling of all studio and location requirements , the booking of talent, as well as all additional production equipment, and the total supervision of both studio and on-location production. 1989 – 1991 Department Head “Full Sail University” Orlando, FL After holding a full-time lecturer’s position for over a year, I was then offered the Department Head position of the Lighting and Set Design classes involved with the school’s Film and Video courses. My duties involved the creation of the program’s curriculum, as well as the daily hands-on instruction in these classes. 1984 – 1986 Production Technician “WCTV” (CBS affiliate) Tallahassee, FL Worked in a variety of position in the production department, including camera operation (studio and field), studio audio, graphics, and video board, commercial insert switching capabilities. 1982 -1983 Broadcast Television Intern “CNN” Atlanta, GA Responsible for live ¾” video multiple machine playback for the on-air thirty minute news show rotations. I was also trained to edit on Ampex 1” video tape machines for newsworthy satellite downlink feeds. EDUCATION : Received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech and Theatre Arts The University of West Georgia Carrollton, Georgia
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Miles E Drake - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
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MILES EDWARD DRAKE, Jr., Ph.D., M.D. Address: 27 Hanford Street Columbus, Ohio 43206 Home telephone: 614-445-0831 Mobile telephone: 614-290-2924 E-mail: medrakemd@gmail.com PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES Professor Emeritus of Neurology and Psychiatry 2007-present The Ohio State University College of Medicine Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry and Physiology American Global University School of Medicine and Caribbean Medical University Associate Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry 1992-2007 The Ohio State University College of Medicine Associate Professor of Neurology 1988-1992 The Ohio State University College of Medicine Assistant Professor of Neurology 1982-1988 The Ohio State University College of Medicine MEDICAL DEGREE, TRAINING AND EDUCATION Global College of Natural Medicine, Ph.D. (Alternative and Complementary Medicine) 2014 Fellow in Clinical Neurophysiology, Duke University Medical Center 1981-1982 Resident in Neurology, Duke University Medical Center 1978-1981 Intern in Medicine, Duke University Medical Center 1977-1978 Duke University School of Medicine. M.D. with Honors 1977 Harvard University, A.B. magna *** laude (Biology) 1973 The Lawrenceville School, diploma with High Honors 1970 (valedictorian, class of 1970) BOARD CERTIFICATION American Board of Electroencephalography and Neurophysiology 1992 (formerly American Board of Electroencephalography) American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Neurology) 1987 American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology 1982 (formerly American Board of Qualification in Electroencephalography) National Board of Medical Examiners 1977 LICENSURE Ohio, 47457 06/11/82 North Carolina, 25602 06/01/81 PUBLICATIONS ARTICLES (154 incl.) Drake ME, Drake ME Jr. Unexpected effects related to interactions of drugs in pediatric use. J Med Soc New Jersey 1973; 70: 579-580. Drake ME, Drake ME Jr. Lomotil intoxication in pediatric patients. J Med Soc New Jersey 1974; 71: 501-502. Drake ME. Narcolepsy with concomitant features of obstructive sleep apnea. J Nat Med Assoc 1982; 74: 689-691. Drake ME, Erwin CW, Massey EW. Ocular bobbing in metabolic encephalopathy: Clinical, pathologic and electrophysiologic study. Neurology 1982; 32: 1029-1031. Drake ME, Shin C. Conversion of ischemic to hemorrhagic infarction by anticoagulant administration. Arch Neurol 1982; 40: 44-46. Drake ME. Winiwarter-Buerger disease (“Thromboangiitis obliterans”) with cerebral involvement. JAMA 1982; 248: 1870-1872. Harrell LE, Drake ME, Massey EW. Pneumocephaly after spinal epidural anesthesia. Southern Med J 1982; 76: 399-400. Drake ME. Recurrent spontaneous myoclunus in alcohol withdrawl. Southern Med J 1983; 76: 1040-1042. Drake ME. Chronic pain syndrome in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Arch Neurol 1983; 40: 443-454. Drake ME. Stiff-man syndrome in dementia. Amer J Med 1983; 74: 1085-1087. Drake ME. Coffey CE. Acute confusional psychosis with lacumar infarct. Amer J Psychiat 1983; 140: 800-801. Kramer DS, Drake ME. Psychosis, polydipsia and inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone. Amer J Med 1983; 75: 712-714. Drake ME. The association of motor neuron disease and Alzheimer-type dementia. Amer J Med Sci 1984; 287: 26-27. Drake ME. Monocular diplopia in migraine. Psychosomatics 1984; 24: 861-862. Drake ME, Erwin CW. Triphasic EEG discharges in metrizamide encephalopathy. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiat 1984; 47: 324-325. Drake ME. Complex partial seizures with isolated ictal autonomic manifestations. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiat 1984; 47: 100-101. Kramer DS, Drake ME. Assessment of SIADH in psychosis with a water-loading test. J Clin Psychiat 1984; 45: 40-41. Sullivan MJ, Drake ME. Unilateral pruritis and Nocardia brain abscess. Neurology 1984; 34(6); 828-829. Hyser CL, Drake ME. Metoclopramide-induced myoclonus. Arch Int Med 1984; 143: 2201-2202. Hyser CL, Drake ME. Status epilepticus after baclofen withdrawl. J Nat Med Assoc 1984; 76(5): 533-538. Drake ME. Acute paranoid psychosis in multiple sclerosis. Psychosomatics 1984; 25(1): 48-49. John K, Kramer DS, Smrtnik LM, Drake ME. Posterior cerebral artery occlusion without hemianopia. J Nat Med Assoc 1984; 76: 509-510. Drake ME. Depression and conversion hysteria in chronic inflammatory polyradiculopathy. J Fam Pract 1984; 19(5): 679-682. Drake ME. Clinical correlates of very fast beta activity in the EEG. Clin EEG 1984; 15: 234-241. Drake ME. Isolated ictal autonomic symptoms in complex partial seizures. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiat 1984; 47: 100-101. Drake ME. The association of motor neuron disease and Alzheimer-type dementia. Amer J Med Sci 1984; 287(3): 26-27. Drake ME, Kramer DS. Sudden bizarre behavior that’s medical not mental. Acute care Med 1984; 1: 41-45. Kramer DS, Smrtnik LM, John K, Drake ME. Acute cerebellar syndrome in infectious mononucleosis. Documentation of two cases with Epstein-Barr virus infection. J Nat Med Assoc 1985; 77(4): 305-308. Drake ME. Saline activation of pseudoepileptic seizures. Clinical, EEG and neuropsychiatric observations. Clin EEG 1985; 16(3): 171-176. Gelety TJ, Burgess RJ, Brown ME, Ford CE, Drake ME. Computerized spectral analysis of the interictal EEG in epilepsy. Clin EEG 1985; 16(2): 94-97. Drake ME, Dashieff RM. Abnormal somatosensory evoked potentials in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. EEG clin Neurophysiol 1985; 60: 306-311. John K, Bachman DS, Cooper RF, Craenen J, Drake ME. Electroencephalographic abnormalities in children with congenital heart disease. Arch Neurol 1985; 42: 794-796. Drake ME, Burgess RJ, Gelety TJ, Ford CE, Brown ME. Long-latency auditory event-related potentials in epilepsy. Clin EEG 1986; 17(1): 10-13. Drake ME, John K. Paroxysmal hyperventilation responses in the adult electroencephalogram. Clin EEG 1986; 17(2): 61-65. John K, Drake ME. Late onset of myoclonus epilepsy of Janz. JAMA 1986; 78(5): 448-451. Drake ME. Jactatio nocturna after head injury. Neurology 1986; 36(6): 867-868. Drake ME, Jackson RD, Miller CA. Paroxysmal choreathetosis after head injury. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiat 1986; 49: 837-838. Voto SJ, Drake ME. Acute urinary retention precipitated by ethchlorvynol overdose. J Nat Med Assoc 1986; 78(9): 896-897. Cannon PA, Drake ME.EEG and brainstem auditory evoked potential in brain-injured patients with rage attacks and self-injurious behavior. Clin EEG 1986; 17(4): 169-172. Drake ME, Peruzzi WT. Manic state with carbamazepine therapy of seizures. J Nat Med Assoc 1986; 78(11): 805-807. Dadmehr N, Pakalnis A, Drake ME. Spindle coma in viral encephalitis Clin EEG 1987; 18(1): 34-37. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Hietter SA, Brown ME. Effect of antiepileptic drug monotherapy on visual and auditory evoked potentials. Neurology 1987; 37(2): 329-330. Drake ME. Brainstem auditory evoked potentials in whiplash injuries. Clin Evoked Potentials 1987; 5: 28-30. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Kellum JB. Right parieto-occipital lacunar infarction with agitation, hallucinations and delusions. Psychosomatics 1987; 29: 95-96. Dadmehr N, Congbalay D, Drake ME. Disturbed sleep and somatic complaints. Clin EEG 1987; 18(2): 81-84. Drake ME. Spasmodic torticollis after closed head injury. J Nat Med Assoc 1987; 79(5): 561-563. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, John K, Kellum JB. Forced normalization: Acute psychosis after seizure control in seven patients. Arch Neurol 1987; 44: 289-292. Dadmehr N, Congbalay D, Pakalnis A, Drake ME. Sleep and waking disturbances in epilepsy. Clin EEG 1987; 18(3): 136-144. Drake ME. Peripheral neuropathy in multiple sclerosis. J Nat Med Assoc 1987; 79(6): 672-673. Drake ME. Kleine-Levin syndrome after multiple cerebral infarctions. Psychosomatics 1987; 329-330. Shuttleworth E, Drake ME. Asterixis after lacunar infarction. Europ Neurol 1987; 27: 62-64. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Dadmehr N, Weiss K. Evoked potentials and EEG in multiple sclerosis. EEG clin Neurophysiol 1987; 67: 333-366. Drake ME. A case of parasomnia at REM sleep onset. J Clin Psychiat 1987; 48(10): 414-415. Drake ME. Paroxysmal kinesiogenic choreoathetosis in hyperthyroidism. Postgrad Med J 1987; 63: 1089-1090. Drake ME, John K. Long-latency auditory event-related potentials in postconcussion syndrome. Clin Evoked Potentials 1987; 5(2): 19-21. Drake ME. Postictal Capgras syndrome. Clin Neurol Neurosurg 1987; 89(4): 271-274. Bornstein RA, Drake ME, Pakalnis A. WAIS-R factor structure in epileptic patients. Epilepsia 1988; 29(1): 14-18. Drake ME. Brain-stem auditory-evoked potentials in spasmodic torticollis. Arch Neurol 1988; 45: 174-175. Kassicieh D, Drake ME, Shuttleworth EC, Rammohan KW. Conduction aphasia following metrizamide myelography. JAOA 1988; 88(3): 384-386. Drake ME, DuBois C, Huber SJ, Pakalnis A, Denio LS. EEG spectral analysis and time domain descriptors in headache. Headache 1988; 28(3): 201-203. Drake ME. Persistent focal periodic electroencephalogram discharges in Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. J Nat Med Assoc 1988; 80(2): 218-219. Drake ME. Cotard’s syndrome and temporal lobe epilepsy. Psychiat J Univ Ottawa 1988; 13(1): 36-38. Levy AB, Drake ME, Shy KE. EEG evidence of epileptiform paroxysms in rapid cycling bipolar patients. J Clin Psychiat 1988; 49(6): 232-234. Drake ME. Episodic depression and hypomania with temporal EEG paroxysms. Psychosomatics 1988; 29(3): 354-357. Drake ME, Padamadan H, Pakalnis A. EEG frequency analysis in conversion and somatoform disorder. Clin EEG 1988; 19(3): 123-128. Bornstein RA, Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Suga LJ. Effect of seizure type and waveform abnormality on memory and attention. Arch Neurol 1988; 45: 884-887. Drake ME, DuBois C, Huber SJ, Pakalnis A, Denio LS. EEG spectral analysis and time domain descriptors in headache. Headache 1988; 28(3): 201-203. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Barohn RJ, Chakeres DW, Mendell JR. Evoked potentials in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. Arch Neurol 1988; 45: 1014-1016. Drake ME. Restless legs with antiepileptic drug therapy. Clin Neurol Neurosurg 1988; 90(2): 151-154. Drake ME, Shuttleworth EC, Kellum JB. Nonverbal memory disorder with right caudate hemorrhage. Neuropsychiat Neuropsychol Behav Neurol 1988; 1(2): 141-146. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Denio LC. Differential diagnosis of epilepsy and multiple personality: Clinical and EEG findings in 15 cases. Neuropsychiat Neuropsychol Behav Neurol 1988; 1(2): 131-140. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Brown ME, Hietter SA. Auditory event-related potentials in violent and nonviolent prisoners. Eur Arch Psychiatr Neurol Sci 1988; 238: 7-10. Drake ME, Shy KE. Predictive value of electroencephalography for electroconvulsive therapy. Clin EEG 1989; 20(1): 55-57. Drake ME, Simmons GF, Languis ML. Event-related potentials in dyslexia. Clin EEG 1989; 20(1): 75-76. Drake ME. Long-latency auditory event-related potentials in complex partial seizures. Clin Evoked Potentials 1989; 6: 19-21. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Denio L. Valproate-associated Encephalopathy. J Epilepsy 1989; 2: 41-44. Pakalnis A, Hietter SA, Huber SJ, Drake ME. Effects of carbamazepine and valproate on long-latency auditory event-related potentials. J Epilepsy 1989; 2: 27-29. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Hietter SA, Brown M. Effect of antiepileptic drug monotherapy on cerebral evoked potentials. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 29: 55-58. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H. Long-latency auditory event-related potentials in migraine. Headache 1989; 29(4): 239-241. Drake ME, Shy KE, Liss L. Quantitation of photic driving in dementia with normal EEG. Clin EEG 1989; 20(3): 153-155. Drake ME. Ambulatory EEG monitoring. Columbus Physician 1989; 55: 218-219. Denio LS, Drake ME, Pakalnis A. The effect of exercise on seizure frequency. J Medicine 1989; 20(2): 171-176. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Hietter SA, Denio LS. Antiepileptic drug effects on somatosensory evoked potentials. J Epilepsy 1989; 2: 165-168. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Hietter SA. Ambulatory cassette EEG in epilepsy evaluation. Ohio Medicine 1989; 85: 815-817. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Hietter SA, Padamadan H. Visual and auditory evoked potentials in migraine. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol 1990; 30: 77-81. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Hietter SA. Auditory evoked potentials in vertebrobasilar transient ischemic attacks. Clin EEG 1990; 21(2): 96-100. Drake ME. Current status of 24-hour ambulatory cassette EEG monitoring. Clin EEG 1990; 21(1): 56-57. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Phillips BB, Denio LS. Sleep and sleep-deprived EEG in partial and generalized epilepsy. Acta Neuralogica Belg 1990; 90: 11-19. Drake ME. Neurophysiologic aspects of personality disorders. Am J EEG Technol 1990; 30: 117-125. Phillips BB, Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Bogner J. Brainstem auditory evoked responses in partial and generalized seizures. Clin EEG 1990; 21(3): 135-139. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Bogner JE, Andrews JM. Outpatient sleep recording during antiepileptic drug monotherapy. Clin EEG 1990; 21(3): 170-173. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Phillips BB. Secondary mania after ventral pontine infarction. J Neuropsychiat 1990; 2(3): 322-325. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Hietter SA. Auditory evoked potentials in narcolepsy and sleep terrors. Clin EEG 1990; 21(4): 192-195. Freidenberg DL, Huber SJ, Drake ME. Vitamin B12 deficiency syndrome: Selective recovery of mental functions after treatment. Neuropsychiat Neuropsychol Behav Neurol 1990; 3(3): 226-235. Drake ME, Huber SJ, Pakalnis A, Denio L. Electroencephalographic effects of antiepileptic drug therapy. J Epilepsy 1990; 3: 75-59. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Andrews JM, Bogner JE. Nocturnal sleep recording with cassette EEG in chronic headaches. Headache 1990; 30(9): 600-603. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Phillips BB, Padamadan H, Hietter S. Auditory evoked potentials in anxiety disorder. Clin EEG 1991; 22(2): 97-101. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Weate SM, Cannon PA. Sleep spindles in epilepsy. Clin EEG 1991; 22(3): 144-149. Drake ME, Phillips BB, Pakalnis A. Auditory evoked potentials in borderline personality disorder. Clin EEG 1991; 22(3): 188-192. Drake ME, Hietter SA, Padamadan H, Bogner JE. Computerized EEG frequency analysis in Gilles de la Tourettes syndrome. Clin EEG 1991; 22(4): 250-253. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Denio LS, Phillips B. Amantadine hydrochloride for refractory generalizes epilepsy in adults. Acta Neurologica Belg 1991; 91: 159-164. Drake ME. Update on Epilepsy: Advances and future directions. J Clin Research Pharmacoepidem 1991; 5: 319-322. Drake ME, Hietter SA, Padamadan H, Bogner J, Andrews JM, Weate S. Auditory evoked potentials in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. Clin EEG 1992; 23 (1): 19-23. Drake ME. Medical and neuropsychiatric aspects of lycanthropy. J Med Humanities 1992; 13(1): 5-15. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Huber S, Paulson G, Phillips B. Central conduction time in progressive supranuclear palsy. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol 1992; 32: 41-42. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Phillips BB. Neuropsychological and psychiatric correlates of intractable pseudoseizures. Seizure 1992; 1: 11-13. Drake ME, Hietter SA, Bogner JE, Andrews JM. Cassette EEG sleep recordings in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. Clin EEG 1992; 22(3): 142-146. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Phillips B. Neuropsychiatric aspects of psychogenic status epilepticus. Neurology 1992; 42: 104-105. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Phillips B. Psychogenic seizures. Neurology 1992; 42: 112-129. Drake ME, Phillips BB, Pakalnis A. Passive long-latency event-related potentials in mental retardation. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol 1992; 32: 637¬640. Phillips BB, Drake ME, Hietter SA, Andrews JM, Bogner JE. Electroencephalography in childhood conduct and behavior disorders. Clin EEG 1993; 24(1): 25-30. Drake ME, Hietter SA, Pakalnis A. EEG and evoked potentials in episodic dyscontrol syndrome. Neuropsychobiology 1992; 26: 125-128. Drake ME, Huber SJ, Pakalnis A, Phillips B. Neuropsychological and event-related potential correlates of nonepileptic seizures. J Neuropsychiatr 1993; 5(1): 102-104. Drake ME, Reider CR, Kay A. Electrocardiography in epilepsy patients without cardiac symptoms. Seizure 1993; 2: 63-65. Weate SJ, Newell SA, Bogner JE, Andrews JM, Drake ME. Contingent negative variation in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. Clin EEG 1993; 24(4): 188¬191 Drake ME, Weate SJ, Newell SA, Padamadan H, Pakalnis A. Multiple sleep latency tests in epilepsy. Clin EEG 1994; 25(2): 59-62. Newell SA, Padamadan H, Drake ME. Neurophysiologic studies in nightmare sufferers. Clin EEG 1994; 25(4): 203-206. Newell SA, Drake ME. Sleep apnea and periodic leg movements in epilepsy. Clin EEG 1994; 25(4): 153-155. Weate SJ, Moore JL, Drake ME. Effect of frontal and temporal seizure foci on P50 auditory evoked potentials. Clin EEG 1995; 26(4): 214-218. Drake ME, Weate SJ, Andrews JM, Castleberry CJ. P50 auditory evoked potentials in epilepsy. J Epilepsy 1995; 8: 197-200. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Newell SA. EEG frequency analysis in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Neuropsychobiol 1996; 33: 97-99. Weate SJ, Drake ME, Newell SA. Middle latency auditory evoked potentials in epilepsy. Clin EEG 1996; 27(3): 155-1 Drake ME. Reider CR, Kay A. Serum carnitine levels in ambulatory epilepsy outpatients. Seizure 1996; 5: 251-253. Drake ME, Weate SJ, Newell SA. Middle-latency auditory evoked potentials in postconcussive syndrome. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol 1996; 36: 457-462. Beydoun A, Sackellares JC, Shu V, Drake ME et al. Safety and efficacy of divalproex sodium monotherapy in partial epilepsy: A double-blind, concentration-response design clinical trial. Neurology 1997; 48: 182-188. Drake ME, Weate SJ, Newell SA. Contingent negative variation in epilepsy. Seizure 1997; 6: 297-301. Sachdeo RC, Leroy RF, Krauss GL, Drake ME et al. Tiagabine therapy for complex partial seizures: A dose frequency study. Arch Neurol 1997; 54: 595¬601. Drake ME, Weate SJ, Andrews JM, Bogner JE. Long latency auditory evoked potentials in nonlesional partial epilepsy. J Epilepsy 1998; 11: 15-19. Drake ME, Padamadan H, Newell SA. Interictal quantitative EEG in epilepsy. Sizure 1998; 7: 39-42. Drake ME, Andrews JM, Castleberry CJ. Electrophysiologic assessment of autonomic function in epilepsy. Seizure 1998; 7: 91-96. Drake ME, Tong X, Hue M. Quantitative EEG of the hyperventilation response. Clin EEG 1998; 29(3): 159-160. Drake ME, Tong X, Hue M. Quantitative EEG during intermittent photic stimulation. Clin EEG 1998; 29(3): 161-162. Drake ME. Padamadan H, Brown ME. Quantitative EEG in attention deficit disorder with and without hyperactivity. Clin EEG 1998; 29(3): 158-159. Drake ME, Tong X, Zhu H. Quantitative EEG during hyperventilation. J Clin Neurophysiol 1999; 16(2): 193-194. Drake ME, Tong X, Zhu H. Quantitative EEG during photic stimulation. J Clin Neurophysiol 1999; 16(2): 195-197. Drake ME, Tong X, Pakalnis A. Prediction of headache therapy response with quantitative EEG. Cephalalgia 2000; 20(4): 315-316. Pakalnis A, Greenberg G, Drake ME, Paolicchi J. Paediatric migraine prophylaxis with divalproex. Cephalalgia 2000; 20(4): 388-389. Drake ME, Greathouse NI, Pakalnis A. An open-label study of topiramate for migraine prevention. Cephalagia 2000; 20(4): 420-421. Drake ME. Clinical neurophysiology of the autonomic nervous system. Clin EEG 2000; 31: 200-201. Drake ME: Neurophysiological evaluation of concussion and whiplash. Clin EEG 2000; 31: 202-203. Drake ME, Greathouse NI, Armentbright AD, Renner JB. Preventive treatment of migraine with zonisamide. Cephalalgia 2001; 21: 374-375. Drake ME, Greathouse NI, Armentbright AD, Renner JB. Leveteracitam for treatment of headache. Cephalalgia 2001; 21: 370-373. Drake ME, Kay AM, Knapp MS, Greathouse NI. An open-label trial of tiagabine for headache treatment. Headache 2001; 39: 354-355. Drake ME, Greathouse NI, Armentbright AD, Renner JB. Zonisamide for the prophylaxis of migraine headache. J Pain 2002; 3(1): 3-9. Argoff C, Drake ME, Kaplan M. Advances in the treatment and management of neuropathic pain. Littleton, CO, Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, 2003. Argoff C, Drake ME, Kaplan M. Advances in the treatment and management of chronic headache. Littleton, CO, Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, 2003. Drake ME, Greathouse NI, Renner JB, Armentbright AD. Open-label zonisamide for refractory headache. Clin Neuropharmacol 2004; 27: 1-4. Drake ME, Tong X, Zhu H. Quantitative EEG during diatonic, dodecaphonic and pentatonic music. Clin EEG Neuroscience 2006, in press. Drake ME, Tong X, Zhu H. Quantitative EEG for selection of therapy in headache prevention. Clin EEG Neuroscience 2006, in press. Drake ME, Greathouse NI, Armentbright AD. Tizanidine hydrochloride for headache prevention. J Headache Pain 2006, submitted for publication. Drake ME, Armentbright NI, Greathouse NI. Preventive headache treatment with tiagabine. Medscape Gen Med 2006, submitted for publication. Drake ME, Greathouse NI, Armentbright AD. Leveteracitam for treatment of chronic headache. J Headache Pain 2006, submitted for publication. Drake ME, Armentbright NI, Renner JB, Greathouse NI. Preventive treatment of cluster headache with zonisamide. Headache 2006, submitted for publication. Drake ME, Greathouse NI. Cluster headache treatment with leveteracitam. J Headache Pain 2006, submitted for publication. ABSTRACTS (incl. 98) Drake ME, Moore Ede MC. Factors influencing reversal of potassium flux in erythrocytes incubated in an artificial environment. Proc Soc Acad Surg 1973. Drake ME, Drake ME Jr. Diodoquin (diiodohydroxyquin) roxicity in children. J Med Soc New Jersey 1974; 71: 792. Drake ME. Prolonged course of motor neuron disease. CliniPearls 1981; 4:4. Drake ME. Hodgkin's disease and ascending paralysis. CliniPearls 1981; 4:7. Drake ME. Coma and nearly normal electroencephalogram. CliniPearls 1981; 4:5. Drake ME. A shuddering, tremulous child. CliniPearls 1981; 4:6. Drake ME. Seizures and personality disorder. CliniPearls 1982; 5:3. Drake ME. Psychomotor or psychosocial? CliniPearls 1982; 5: 6. Drake ME, Erwin CW, Simpson DW, Heyman A. Early-latency brain-stem auditory evoked potentials in Alzheimer's disease. Neurology 1982; 32(2): A146. Drake ME. Hans Berger: Physician, scientist and symbol. Neurology 1982; 32(2): A192 Drake ME, Erwin CW, Oakes WI The accuracy of clinical predictions based on intraoperative loss of spinal responses. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1982; 53. Drake ME, Erwin CW, Massey EW. Brainstem auditory evoked responses in ocular bobbing. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1982; 53. Drake ME, Erwin CW. Brainstem auditory evoked responses: Validity of adding click responses of opposite polarity to synthesize alternating-click responses. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1982; 53. Kramer DS, Drake ME. Schizophrenia-like psychosis in infectious mononucleosis. Psychosomatics 1984; 24: 589. Drake ME. Cursive and cursing epilepsy. Neurology 1984; 34: 267. Drake ME. Paroxysmal choreoathetosis after head injury. Neurology 1984; 34 (suppl 1): 238. Drake ME. Saline activation of pseudoseizures: Clinical, electroencephalographic and neuropsychiatric observations. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1984; 57: 42. John K, Cooper RF, Bachman DS, Craenen J, Drake ME. EEG abnormalities in children with congenital heart disease. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1984; 58: 121. Drake ME. Migraine as an organic cause of monocular diplopia. Psychosomatics 1984; 24: 11. Drake ME, Cannon PA. Tourette's syndrome precipitated by phenytoin. Clin Pediatr 1985; 2: 323. Drake ME. Exercise and epilepsy. Epilepsy Association of Central Ohio FeedBack 1985; 1: 3. Burgess RJ, Drake ME, Paulson GW. EEG prediction of response to antiepileptic drug monotherapy. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1986; 61: 42. Drake ME. New developments in drug therapy. Epilepsy Association of Central Ohio FeedBack 1986; 2:8. Drake ME. Panic attacks and aspartame ingestion. Lancet 1986; i: 631. Drake ME. Epilepsy and multiple personality: Clinical and EEG findings in 15 cases. Epilepsia 1986; 27(5): 635. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Dadmehr N, Weiss K. Correlation of EEG with MRI, CSF, EP and clinical findings in multiple sclerosis. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1986; 64: 75. Bornstein RA, Pakalnis A, Drake ME. WAIS-R factor structure in a sample of epilepsy patients. Neurology 1987; 37 (suppl 1): 94. Denio L, Drake ME, Huber S, Pakalnis A. The effect of exercise on seizure frequency. Neurology 1987; 37 (suppl 1): 217. Drake ME. Neurologic aspects of stigmatics and stigmatism. Neurology 1987; 37 (suppl 1): 243. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Mendell JR, Heitter S. Evoked potentials in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy. Neurology 1987; 37 (suppl 1): 370. Drake ME. Brainstem auditory evoked potentials in spasmodic torticollis. Neurology 1987; 37(suppl 2): 95. Drake ME, Sahenk Z. EEG and visual evoked potentials in fludarabine (2- FAAMP) therapy of lymphoma. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1987; 67(2): 39. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Denio L. Valproate-induced encephalopathy in 8 patients. Neurology 1988; 38(3): supplement 1. Bornstein RA, Drake ME, Pakalnis A. Patterns of memory deficit in patients with complex partial seizures. Neurology 1988; 38(3): supplement 1. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Huber SJ, Mendell JR. Central conduction delay in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. Neurology 1988; 38(3): supplement 1. Drake ME. By the light of the silvery moon: Lunar influences on epilepsy. Neurology 1988; 38(3): supplement 1. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Hietter S. Auditory evoked potentials in narcolepsy and sleep terrors. J Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 5(4): 351. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Andrews JM, Bogner JE. Cassette EEG sleep recordings in chronic headaches. J Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 5(4): 352-353. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Phillips BB, Denio LS. Sleep and sleep-deprived EEG in partial and generalized epilepsy. J Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 5(4): 353. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Brown ME, Padamadan H. Long-latency auditory event-related potentials in complex partial seizures. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 69: 33. Dubois CJ, Huber SJ, Pakalnis A, Hietter SA, Drake ME. EEG time domain descriptors in migraine and tension headaches. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 69: 32 Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Brown M, Hietter SA. Auditory event-related potentials in violent and non-violent criminals. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 70: 19. Drake ME, Padamadan H, Pakalnis A. EEG frequency analysis in conversion and somatoform disorder. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 70: 20. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Liss L. Serial electroencephalograms during 2-year clinical follow-up of Alzheimer's disease. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 70: 32. Drake ME. Brain-stem auditory evoked potentials in whiplash injuries. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 70: 33. Drake ME, Huber SJ, Pakalnis A, Denio L. Effects of antiepileptic drug monotherapy on EEG spectra. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 70: 91. Drake ME, Huber SJ, Pakalnis A, Denio L. Computerized EEG spectral analysis in migraine and tension headaches. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1988; 70: 91. Bornstein RA, Bohaska L, Miller H, Drake M, Goodman J. Hemispheric specialization after early left-hemisphere lesion: Effect of spatial abilities. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol 1989; 11:97. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Andrews JM, Bogner JE. Cassette EEG sleep recording in chronic headaches. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 72: 20. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Hietter SA. Auditory evoked potentials in narcolepsy and sleep terrors. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 72: 18. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Phillips B, Denio LS. Sleep and sleep-deprived EEG in partial and generalized epilepsy. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 72: 18. Drake ME. Neurologia sexualis: Krafft-Ebing, the neurology of ****** function and the emergence of neurology from psychiatry. Neurology 1989; 39 (3): suppl 1, 280. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Phillips B. Secondary mania after ventral pontine infarction. Neurology 1989; 39(3): suppl 1, 226. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Hietter S. Vertebrobasilar infartction and reversibility of absent BAER wave forms. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 73: 43. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Hietter S, Cannon PA. Auditory evoked potentials in vertebrobasilar transient ischemic attacks. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 73: 43. Drake ME, Shy KE. EEG and electroconvulsive therapy response. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 73: 66. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H. Long-latency auditory event-related potentials in migraine. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 73: 66. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Padamadan H, Brown ME, Hietter SA. Visual and auditory evoked potentials in migraine. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1989; 72: 34. Drake ME. The clinical neurophysiology of personality disorders. Clin EEG 1990; 21:1. Pakalnis A, Phillips B, Drake ME. Passive long-latency event-related potentials in mental retardation. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1991; 79: 43. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Phillips B. Long-latency auditory event-related potentials in epileptic and psychogenic seizures. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1991; 78: 13. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Phillips B. Cassette EEG sleep recordings in psychogenic and epileptic seizures. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1991; 78: 13. Drake ME, Hietter SA, Padamadan H, Bogner JE. Computerized EEG frequency analysis in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1991; 79: 64. Drake ME, Hietter SA, Padamadan H, Bogner JE, Andrews JM, Weate S. Auditory evoked potentials in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1991; 79: 69. Drake ME. Mozart's chronic subdural hematoma. Neurology 1992; 42 (suppl 3): 338-339. Pakalnis A, Drake ME, Hietter SA, Padamadan H. Multiple sleep latency tests in epilepsy. Neurology 1992; 42 (suppl 3): 352. Sherkat MR, Drake ME, Weate S, Hemami H. Non-linear dimensional EEG analysis in epilepsy. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1994; 91: 48. Sherkat MR, Drake ME, Weate S, Hemami H. Application of competitive learning to detection of focal epileptiform activity. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1994; 91: 60. Padamadan H, Drake ME, Weate SJ. Auditory evoked potentials in post-concussive syndrome. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1994; 91: 60. Drake ME, Moore JL, Pakalnis A, Mallik GS. Clinical utility of interictal quantitative EEG in epilepsy. J Clin Neurophysiol 1995; 12: 8. Mallik GS, Miner ME, Drake ME, Moore JL. Clinical utility of intraoperative electrocorticography for localization of low grade glioma. J Clin Neurophysiol 1995; 12: 8. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Donohue P, Seeley KR. EEG and evoked potentials in parkinsonian disorders. J Clin Neurophysiol 1996; 13(5): 450. Drake ME, Demirer RM, Mallik GS, Moore JL. Flash visual evoked potentials in epilepsy. J Clin Neurophysiol 1996; 13(5): 459. Drake ME, Moore JL, Pakalnis A, Mallik GS. Clinical utility of quantitative EEG analysis in epilepsy. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1996; 102: 7P. Mallik GS, Miner ME, Drake ME, Moore JL. Localization of low-grade gliomas with intraoperative electrocorticography. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1996; 102: 7P. Drake ME. Clinical neurophysiology of the autonomic nervous system. Clin EEG 1997; 28: 190. Drake ME. Quantitative electroencephalography in Neuropsychiatry. Clin EEG 1997; 28: 191. Drake ME, Tong X. Spectral analysis of EEG during stroboscopic stimulation. Clin EEG 1997; 28: 192. Drake ME, Tong X. Quantitative electroencephalography in headache patients. Clin EEG 1997; 28:193. Drake ME, Demirer RM, Mallik GS, Moore JL. Flash-evoked visual responses in epilepsy. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1997; 103: 36P. Drake ME, Pakalnis A, Donohue PI, Seeley KR. EEG and evoked potentials in Parkinson's disease and related disorders. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1997; 103: 37P. Kay AM, Drake ME, Tong X, Greathouse NI. EEG spectral analysis during hyperventilation in epilepsy patients. Epilepsia 1998; 39: 108. Tong X, Drake ME, Greathouse NI. Quantitative electroencephalography and the EEG hyperventilation response. Epilepsia 1998; 39: 108. Greathouse N, Kay A, Drake ME, Goodman JH. Improved quality of life after implantation of the vagus nerve stimulator. Epilepsia 1998; 39: 194. Drake ME. Quantitative electroencephalography in headache patients. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1998; 107: 129P. Drake ME. Quantitative electroencephalography in neuropsychiatric disorders. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1998; 106: 33P. Drake ME, Tong X. Spectral analysis of the EEG during photic stimulation. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1998; 106: 33P. Tong X, Drake ME. Quantitative EEG during photic stimulation in headache disorders. EEG Clin Neurophysiol 1998; 106: 35P. Drake ME, Tong X, Hue M. Quantitative EEG during photic stimulation in headache patients. Headache 1998; 38: 380. Drake ME, Tong X, Zhu H. Quantitative EEG of the hyperventilation response. J Clin Neurophysiol 1999; 16(2): 193-194. Greathouse NI, Drake ME, Tober JC. Goodman JH. Clinical effects of vagus nerve stimulation for refractory partial epilepsy. Epilepsia 1999; 40: 68. Drake ME, Tong X, Zhu H, Armentbright AD, Greathouse NI. Comparison of standard and quantitative electroencephalography in epilepsy evaluation. Epilepsia 1999; 40: 175. Tong X, Zhu H, Drake ME. Greathouse NI, Armentbright AD. Quantitative EEG during hyperventilation in epilepsy. Epilepsia 1999; 40: 176. Zhu H, Greathouse NI, Drake ME, Tong X, Armentbright AD. Event-related potentials in epilepsy. Epilepsia 1999; 40: 176. Drake ME, Kay AM, Knapp MS. An open-label trial of tiagabine for headache. Headache 1999; 39: 352. Drake ME, Tong X, Zhu H, Daffin LD. Quantitation of the EEG hyperventilation response in headache. Headache 1999; 39: 353. Drake ME, Tong X, Borozzi D, Weate SJ. P50 auditory evoked potentials in migraine. Headache 1999; 39: 353. Drake ME, Tong X, Zhu H. Quantitative EEG measures predict response to therapy in primary headache disorders. Headache 1999; 39: 353. Drake ME. The clinical neurophysiology of headache. Clin EEG 2001; 32: 42. AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS • American Academy of Neurology, fellow • American Epilepsy Society, fellow (Practice Committee, Continuing Education Committee, Annual Meeting Committee) • American Society for Clinical Neurophysiology (formerly American Electroencephalographic Society), fellow (Practice Committee, Continuing Education Committee) • EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society (formerly American Electroencephalographic Association), member (councilor, 1988-present; President. 1994-1995) • Central EEG and Epilepsy Society (formerly Central Association of Electroencephalographers), member (councilor, 1984-2001; President, 1991-1994) • Southern EEG and Epilepsy Society (formerly Electroencephalographic Society), member (councilor, 1986-2000; President, 1990-1991) • Eastern Association of Electroencephalographers, member • American Headache Society, member • Central Ohio Neurological Society, member (President, 1990-1998) SERVICE ACTIVITIES EEG and Clinical Neuroscience (formerly Clinical Electroencephalography), reviewer (1984-present), Editorial Board member (1988-present), Editor-in-Chief (1992-2002), manuscript reviewer (1985-present) * American Journal of Electroneurodiagnostic Technology * American Journal of Psychiatry * Archives of General Psychiatry * Archives of Neurology * Archives of Internal Medicine * Brain and Development * Brain Topography * Cephalalgia * Epilepsia * Epilepsy and Behavior * Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology * Epilepsy Research * Functional Neurophysiology * Headache * Journal of the American Medical Association * Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology * Journal of Clinical Evoked Potentials * Journal of Clinical Psychiatry * Journal of Epilepsy * Journal of Headache and Pain * Medscape General Medicine * Neurology * Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology and Behavioral Neurology * Pain Management * Pediatric Neurology * Psychosomatics * Schizophrenia Research * Seizure • American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology, examiner (1983-2000) • American Board of Electroencephalography and Neurophysiology, examiner (1992-2002), Board member (1995-2002) • American Board of Registration of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists, examiner (1983-present), Board member (1988-1995) • National Headache Foundation, member • Epilepsy Foundation of America, member • Epilepsy Association of Central Ohio, member (Professional Advisory Board member, 1982-2002)
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