Dr. Khosravani completed undergraduate training at York University in Physics and Biology, followed by MSc at the University of Toronto in Neurophysiology. He then completed MD/PhD training at the University of Calgary with a PhD in Neuroscience with a focus on cellular and network excitability in the context of epilepsy. He then completed Internal Medicine at the University of Toronto (with 2 years in Neurology), which was followed by a fellowship in Critical Care at Western University. He is currently a Neurocritical Care fellow at Sunnybrook Health Sciences, University of Toronto and a Clinical Associate at Western University’s Critical Care program. He has a strong interest in education and use of online flipped-classroom models in ICU trainee education. Dr. Khosravani’s research interests are epilepsy and refractory status epilepticus in addition to the use of EEG in traumatic brain injury. He is on the medical advisory board of the NORSE Institute.