Angélique Bordey, PhD
Angélique Bordey is a Professor of Neurosurgery and Cellular and Molecular Physiology and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Neurosurgery at Yale University School of Medicine. She has a background in basic research focused on epilepsy and autism and she is advancing her basic research findings into the translational space with a goal of developing new therapies for people with epilepsy.
Dr. Bordey is the recipient of numerous awards including NARSAD Distinguished Investigator Award, the International Society of Neurochemistry (ISN)-Wiley-Blackwell-Journal of Neurochemistry International Lectureship Award and McKnight Neuroscience of Brain Disorder Award. Her research work is prolific with numerous grants from the National Institutes of Health and Department of Defense as well as the CURE Epilepsy Innovator Award, CG Swebilius Trust, Epilepsy Foundation, Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance, and many other institutions.
Dr. Bordey has authored hundreds of manuscripts, articles, and book chapters and is the recipient of two U.S. patents for Methods for Treating and Diagnosing Epilepsy. She holds numerous degrees from French institutions including MS Chemistry from École Polytechnique de Lyon, MS Neurophysiology from University Louis Pasteur, and PhD Neuroscience from University Louis Pasteur.