NeuroFunctional Surgery Center, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Associate Clinical Professor,
Brain Research Institute
Molecular and cellular analysis of nervous system regeneration
Dr. Lévesque is internationally known for his work in the microsurgery of epilepsy and functional stereotactic neurosurgery. He developed a stereotactic imaging system for targeting and operating within precise landmarks to preserve eloquent cortex and a unique technique of selective hippocampectomy by posterior transinsular approach. Dr. Lévesque has now expanded the application of new methods of brain mapping to treat children with autistic-like features, with Landau-Kleffner syndrome, as well as for patients with severe infantile spasms. Dr. Lévesque, who has more than 100 publications in this field, is a consultant to the NIH and to the national and state medical committees.