Mary E Bertrand, MD
Associate Professor of Neurology
- Assistant Professor: Pediatrics
- Child Neurology
- Best Teaching Resident, Neurology, 1999
- Dorward IG, Titus JB, Limbrick DD, Johnston JM, Bertrand ME, Smyth MD. Extratemporal, nonlesional epilepsy in children: postsurgical clinical and neurocognitive outcomes. J Neurosurg Pediatr. 2011 Feb;7(2):179-88.
- Behdad A, Limbrick DD Jr, Bertrand ME, Smyth MD. Epilepsy surgery in children with seizures arising from the rolandic cortex. Epilepsia. 2009 Jun;50(6):1450-61.
- Hogan RE, Wang L, Bertrand ME, Willmore LJ, Bucholz RD, Nassief SA, Csernansky JG. Predictive value of hippocampal MRI-based high-dimensional mapping in mesial temporal epilepsy: Preliminary findings.American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR) 2006; 27:2149-2154
- Hogan RE, Kaiboribook K, Bertrand ME, Rao V, Acharya J. Composite SISCOM perfusion patterns in right and left temporal seizures. Arch Neurology 2006; 63(10):1419-26
- Kaiboriboon K, Bertrand ME, Osman M, Hogan RE. Quantitative analysis of cerebral blood flow patterns in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy using composite SISCOM. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 2005; 46:38-43
- Leira EC, Bertrand ME, Hogan RE, Cruz-Flores S, Wyrwich KW, Albaker OJ, Holzemer EM. Continuous or emergent EEG: can bedside caregivers recognize epileptiform discharges? Intensive Care Medicine 2004; 30:207-212
- Hogan RE, Wang L, Bertrand ME, Willmore LJ, Bucholz RD, Nassif SA, Csernansky JG. MRI-based high dimensional hippocampal mapping in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Brain 2004; 127:1731-1740
- Gondim FA, Leira EC, Bertrand ME. Video electroencephalogram monitoring during paroxysmal upside down reversal of vision. Journal of Neurophthalmology 2003; 23(2):180
- Hogan RE, Bertrand ME, Deaton RL, Sommerville KW. Total percentage body weight changes during add-on therapy with tiagabine, carbamazepine and phenytoin. Epilepsy Research 2000; 41:23-28
- Kaiboriboon K, Cwach H, Choudhuri I, Bertrand M, Hogan R. Shape analysis of hippocampal surface structure in limbic encephalitis presenting with status epilepticus. Epilepsia 2000; 41;(Supl 7):64-65
Dr. Bertrand joined the staff at Washington University and St. Louis Children’s Hospital in August of 2006, continuing to concentrate in the area of pediatric epilepsy.
Dr. Bertrand originates from the St. Louis area. She graduated from McKendree College in Lebanon, Il with a B.S. in biology in 1987. She graduated from Southern Il University School of Medicine in 1993, and subsequently completed a combined residency program in pediatrics and neurology at St. Louis University. She continued at St. Louis University in a neurophysiology fellowship with concentration in epilepsy before joining the faculty in 1999 as an epileptologist.