Advanced Practice Providers
Lucretia Long, MS, RN, CNP
Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology; Epilepsy Nurse Practitioner
I received my BSN, MS and Nurse Practitioner Certification from Ohio State University. I have been on the OSU faculty since 1989. My areas of emphasis include epilepsy patient education and women's issues. I am well published in peer-reviewed nursing and medical journals, and I serve as a reviewer for Epilepsy and Behavior. I am a member of the local Epilepsy Foundation and the APP workgroup for the American Academy of Neurology. I am also national trainer for VNS (vagus nerve stimulation) therapy.
James McAuley, RPh, PhD
Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Neurology
In the Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, I have the opportunity to interact with patients and healthcare providers, teach and collaborate on clinical research projects. I received my PhD in Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh. I am the associate dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Pharmacy. My clinical interests include epilepsy, pharmacy, and patient outcomes. I also work closely with the Maternal-Fetal Medicine program, providing collaborative care to pregnant women with epilepsy.
Amir Adeli, MD
Assistant Professor, Neurology
Amir Adeli, MD, received his medical degree from Northeast Ohio Medical University in 2009. He then completed his Neurology residency and a one-year Clinical Neurophysiology fellowship with an epilepsy focus at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. His clinical interests include neurology, epilepsy and brain injuries. Adeli is involved in research that uses computational algorithms to identify unique electroencephalogram sub-band frequencies in neurologic and psychiatric disorders.
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Sheri Hart, MD, PhD
Director, OSU Wexner Medical Center Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
Sheri Hart, MD, PhD is the director of the Department of Neurology Residency Program and the director of the OSU Wexner Medical Center Comprehensive Epilepsy Center. Her clinical interests include the intersection of epilepsy and mood disorders. She also studies the various factors that influence epilepsy patients’ adherence to their medications and other therapies.
James McAuley, RPh, PhD, FAPhA
Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Neurology
James McAuley is the associate dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Pharmacy. He received his bachelor's degree in Pharmacy and his PhD in Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences, both from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. McAuley’s clinical interests include epilepsy, women’s issues and pharmacotherapy.