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World Encephalitis Day is February 22nd You can help raise awareness by sharing these videos

Dr. Anna Moise Treats autoimmune encephalitis patients in her practice in Asheville, North Carolina. Dr. Moise’s contact information can be found on our Doctor’s List.

She wrote this Song: “Brain on Fire”, to

raise awareness of Autoimmune Encephalitis for

World Encephalitis Day 2018

Dr. Anna Moise’s presentation “Updates in Diagnostic Approach to Autoimmune Encephalitis” based on the gold standard paper: A Clinical Approach to the Diagnosis of Autoimmune Encephalitis  33:43 minutes

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This outstanding Diagnostic Algorithm is from the Gold standard paper A Clinical Approach to the Dx of Autoimmune Encephalitis.

If your loved one is going through the evaluations for a diagnosis, this is what should be occurring. Note that best practice is to give an immunotherapy trial without waiting for antibody test results to come back or if antibody not identified.

Dr. Amanda Piquet treats Autoimmune Encephalitis patients in Aurora, Colorado. (Find her contact information on our Doctor’s List). Her 

Webinar: The Emerging and Evolving Field of Neuroimmunology is an outstanding presentation for patients and physicians who want to become more educationally informed about autoimmune encephalitis. runs 45 minutes with a Q and A after.

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Results of a worldwide survey asking neurologists “When do you suspect autoimmune encephalitis and what is the role of antibody testing?” Reveals that most neurologists are treating according to research but still several are missing the mark.

Reveals that if a patient doesn’t respond as quickly as a doctor thinks they should, treatment and further investigation tends so drop way off. 

International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society (IAES) is a Family/Patient centered organization that assists members from getting a diagnosis through to recovery and the many challenges experienced in their journey. 


Driven by the knowledge that “Education is Power”, Int’l AE Society manages an educational support group for patients diagnosed with Autoimmune Encephalitis and their loved ones on Face Book, empowering them to be strong self-advocates and advocates that will lead them to best outcomes and recovery. We are the premiere organization leading in these vital roles.

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