Psychogenic non-epileptic events, "pseudoseizures" and conversion disorders
The education of children and families about their health issues is as important as the diagnoses and treatment decisions which are made.
Sotirios Keros, MD, PhD is married and spends half his time in Sioux Falls, and the other half in New York City. He enjoys promoting stage actors and the theater, and is a founding board member and treasurer of the Strange Sun Theater Company in New York.
Resident Physician Prize: give by vote of the graduating medical school class to a New York Presbyterian Hospital resident physician who has "demonstrated" excellence and dedication to the instruction of medical students" (2010)
Award for Teaching Excellence: given to the subspecialty resident or fellow "most dedicated to teaching" as voted by the pediatrics residents (2010)
Neurological Sciences Academic Development Award (NSADA K12) (2011-2014)