Lazarus C. Mayoglou, DO, FACNS

  • Clinical Assistant Professor
  • Medical Director of Epilepsy Services, UPMC Hamot

Dr Mayoglou’s clinical focus is the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy. He is responsible for establishing and operating an epilepsy monitoring unit at UPMC Hamot. He introduced a treatment program for non-epileptic behavioral events to the region in collaboration with Northshore Neurosciences. He has recently published a paper on insular connectivity to better understand the functional interaction between specific cortical regions of the brain. 

Education & Training

  • DO, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine
  • Resident, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Hamot, Neurology
  • Fellow, Cleveland Clinic Clinical, Neurophysiology / EEG / Epilepsy

Specialized Areas of Clinical, Research and/or Educational Interests 

  • Education: Clinician-Educator for neurology residents and medical students

Board Certifications

  • American Osteopathic Board of Neurology & Psychiatry                              
  • American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology with added competency in epilepsy monitoring

Professional Organization Membership

  • American Epilepsy Society, Active member                                       
  • American Clinical Neurophysiology Society, Active Fellow                                        
  • American Academy of Neurology, Active member    

Honors & Awards

  • Excellence in Patient Experience Award

Selected Recent Publications

Connectivity of the human insula: A cortico-cortical evoked potential (CCEP) study.  Journal: Cortex 2019 Jun 18;120: 419-442. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2019.05.019.  Authors: Sasha Dionisio, Lazarus Mayoglou, DO; Sung-Min Cho, MD; Bradley Lega, MD, PhD; David Prime, BEng; Patrick Flanigan, MD; John Mosher, PhD; Richard Leahy, MD, PhD; Jorge Gonzalez-Martinez, MD, PhD; Dileep Nair, MD