Serving epilepsy patients in Northern California from Fresno to Monterey to the Oregon border
Casey Halpern M.D.
Professional Advisory Board Member
Casey Halpern, MD (left) with family and friends
Casey H. Halpern, M.D. recently joined the Stanford University Medical CenterNeurosurgery faculty--Dr. Halpern was recruited for his interest and experience in laser-ablation and electrical stimulation surgeries for epilepsy. Recent clinical studies demonstrate the safety and positive effects of these procedures on seizure rate and severity. Dr. Halpern moved to California with his family to explore this new and exciting opportunity.
Dr. Halpern was raised in Philadelphia, PA, where he received his undergraduate and medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his residency in Neurological Surgery and Fellowship in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Dr. Halpern focuses on less invasive surgical techniques. Training in his hometown allowed Dr. Halpern to be near his family--a source of great enjoyment.
Dr. Halpern is an avid musician and plays the tenor and soprano saxophone. While in college,he met his wife--sheauditionedto sing for his band and they have been together ever since! Dr. Halpern and his wife have two young daughters who are the pride of their lives.