Dr. Mihaylova is a Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology and director of the Clinical Neurophysiology and Epilepsy Fellowship Programs in the University of Michigan Medical School.
She completed Medical School at the Medical University of Sofia in 1997. Subsequently, she extended her training into a three-year post-doctoral program and conducted clinical research on newly diagnosed epilepsy patients. She was granted her PhD degree in 2002. Since then she has been living in the US where she completed Neurology residency at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI followed by a year of fellowship training in Clinical Neurophysiology with emphasis on Epilepsy/EEG at the same institution. Her primary clinical and research interests are women’s issues in epilepsy, surgical management of medically intractable epilepsies, novel antiepileptic drugs, EEG analysis.
Areas of Interest
Women’s issues in epilepsy, surgical management of medically intractable epilepsies, novel antiepileptic drugs, ketogenic diet for adults with epilepsy, EEG analysis.
Medical School or Training
- Medical University of Sofia, 1997
- PhD Degree in Clinical Electroencephalography, Medical University of Sofia, 2002
- Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI, Neurology, MI, 2010
- Clinical Neurophysiology with EEG/Epilepsy emphasis, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit MI, 2011
- Clinical Neurophysiology