Faculty and graduates with Neurodiagnostics and Sleep Sciences presented at the Neurodiagnostic Society (ASET) Annual Conference in Kansas City, MO, in mid August.

NDSS aluman Debbie Chiou
NDSS aluman Debbie Chiou

Presentations by faculty and graduates:

  • The Importance of Mentoring – NDSS Graduate, Tabitha Althoff, BS, R. EEG T., RPSGT, RST
  • Can a Twelve Pound Dog be a True Service Animal? – Tabitha Althoff, BS, R. EEG T., RPSGT, RST
  • Expanding “Clinicals” for Neurodiagnostic Programs – NDSS Program Directors Mary Ellen Wells, Ph.D., R. EEG T., R.NCS.T., RPSGT and Sarah Hess, D.E.L., R.EEG.T, RPSGT, RST and NDSS Medical Director Bradley Vaughn, MD

Presentation of ASET Foundation Scholarships – NDSS Adjunct Assistant Professor, Mark G. Ryland, Au.D., RNCST, CNCT, RPSGT, REPT