Kevin Graber, MD

Epilepsy specialist, Neurophysiologist

Clinical Associate Professor, Neurology & Neurological Sciences
4.7 out of 5
133 Patient Ratings
6 Patient Comments

Comprehensive Epilepsy Program

  • 300 Pasteur Drive
  • Stanford, CA 94305
  • Phone: 650-723-6469
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Neurogenetic Oncology Program

  • 300 Pasteur Drive
  • Stanford, CA 94305
  • Phone: 650-723-6469
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Professional Education

Board Certification: Epilepsy, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (2013)

Fellowship: Stanford University Medical Center (2000) CA

Board Certification: Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (1999)

Residency: Stanford University Medical Center (1996) CA

Internship: Methodist Hospital Of Indiana (1993) IN

Medical Education: Indiana University School of Medicine (1992) IN

Patient Ratings and Comments

4.7

Friendliness

4.7

Recommended to others

4.7

Explanations

4.7

Listens

4.7

Includes you in decisions

4.8

Clear Communication

4.7

Confidence in your doctor

4.3

Wait times

SHC Patient, Nov 2014

The best provider ever.

SHC Patient, Oct 2014

Good experience.

SHC Patient, Oct 2014

Dr. Graber is a great explainer and listener. As a specialist, he still shows concern & understanding for my entire health and wellness.

SHC Patient, May 2014

My confidence in Dr. Graber exceeds "very good."

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A critical period for prevention of posttraumatic neocortical hyperexcitability in rats
Graber, K. D., & Prince, D. A. (2004). A critical period for prevention of posttraumatic neocortical hyperexcitability in rats. ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY, 55(6), 860-870.

Postlesional epilepsy: The ultimate brain plasticity
Jacobs, K. M., Graber, K. D., Kharazia, V. N., Parada, I., & Prince, D. A. (2000). Postlesional epilepsy: The ultimate brain plasticity. EPILEPSIA, 41, S153-S161.

Tetrodotoxin prevents posttraumatic epileptogenesis in rats
Graber, K. D., & Prince, D. A. (1999). Tetrodotoxin prevents posttraumatic epileptogenesis in rats. ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY, 46(2), 234-242.

4.7 out of 5
133 Patient Ratings
6 Patient Comments

SHC Patient, Nov 2014

The best provider ever.

SHC Patient, Oct 2014

Good experience.

SHC Patient, Oct 2014

Dr. Graber is a great explainer and listener. As a specialist, he still shows concern & understanding for my entire health and wellness.

SHC Patient, May 2014

My confidence in Dr. Graber exceeds "very good."

SHC Patient, May 2014

The utmost respect & confidence in Dr. Graber - great.

SHC Patient, Mar 2014

Dr. Graber & the team care at Neurology Dept. is very good.