Dr. Tricia Ting

Dr. Tricia Ting, assistant professor of neurology at University of Maryland School of Medicine, is pictured with seizure monitoring units at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000226" title="University of Maryland Medical Center" href="/topic/health/healthcare/university-of-maryland-medical-center-PLCUL000226.topic">University of Maryland Medical Center</a>. Dr. Ting is the lead study investigator on the drug IM midazolam, which could be used by doctors or paramedics to treat epileptic seizures. The drug, administered by using an intra-muscular auto injector, can eventually be used by the patients to treat themselves.

( Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun / February 23, 2012 )

Dr. Tricia Ting, assistant professor of neurology at University of Maryland School of Medicine, is pictured with seizure monitoring units at University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Ting is the lead study investigator on the drug IM midazolam, which could be used by doctors or paramedics to treat epileptic seizures. The drug, administered by using an intra-muscular auto injector, can eventually be used by the patients to treat themselves.

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