He completed the Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) receiving his medical degree and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering after graduating from Johns Hopkins University with a BS in Electrical Engineering. He then continued his training at UAB for Neurology residency and Epilepsy fellowship.
He most recently served as the Medical Co-Director of the epilepsy program at Littleton Adventist Hospital.
Prior to moving to Colorado, he was an Associate Professor of Neurology where he also served as Director of the Epilepsy Fellowship Program. He is currently the Medical Director of Trusted Neurodiagnostics Academy, a national EEG training school, and also does volunteer remote EEG interpretation and Epilepsy consultations for developing nations in Africa and Asia. He is a fellow of the American Epilepsy Society and has won multiple awards for his research and patient care.
Dr. Elgavish has extensive experience with the use of medications, medical devices, and surgical treatments for epilepsy. He has been an advocate for people living with epilepsy throughout his career and strives to obtain the best seizure control for all of his patients.