Children's Hospital Colorado
Craig Press, MD, PhD
Neuroscience

Craig Press, MD, PhD

Director of Pediatric Neurocritical Care
Assistant Professor

Specialties:
Neurology - Pediatric
Conditions:
Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries, Stroke, Spine Diseases and Conditions, Neurovascular Conditions, Meningitis
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specialties:

Neurology - Pediatric

conditions:

Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries, Stroke, Spine Diseases and Conditions, Neurovascular Conditions, Meningitis, Epilepsy, Brain Abscess

Meet Craig Press, MD, PhD

I aim to provide compassionate and state-of-the-art care to patients with neurocritical care needs.

Get to know his background

Neurocritical Care Stoke Epilepsy/Seizures Neuroimmune disorders Traumatic Brain Injury

Undergraduate 2002

Northwestern University (IL)

Medical School 2010

Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine

Graduate 2010

Washington University In St. Louis

Residency 2012

University of Colorado (Children's Hospital Colorado) Program, Pediatrics

Residency 2015

University of Colorado (Children's Hospital Colorado) Program, Neuroscience

Fellowship 2016

McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University/Children's Memorial Hospital Program, Pediatric Neurocritical Care

Fellowship 2017

University of Colorado (Children's Hospital Colorado) Program, Epilepsy

Young Investigator Award 2014

For research on the effectiveness and safety of oral cannabis extracts in pediatric epilepsy patients.
American Epilepsy Society

For Patients:
My research is focused on improving clinical outcome for patients by developing new monitoring techniques with electroencephalograms (EEGs) and through Big Data (large multicenter databases).
For Referring Providers:
My research interests are primarily focused on understanding how to improve the care of acutely ill neurological patients. I am developing new tools to evaluate patient's level of encephalopathy and neurological injury by advanced EEG techniques. I am also using large database technology to start understanding the variables that affect the outcomes of our patients with relatively rare diseases.

Director of Pediatric Neurocritical Care

Assistant Professor

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