Katelyn Dolbec, MBBS

Office Address

Department of Neurology 
University of Kentucky Medical Center
KY Clinic, J-401
Lexington, KY 40536-0284

Personal Statement

Katelyn is originally from Toronto, Canada and completed her undergraduate degree in Medical Science at the University of Western Ontario.  She then went on to complete medical school in Ireland at the University of Limerick.  After finishing medical school she came to Kentucky to pursue residency in Neurology at the University of Kentucky.  Outside of the hospital, Katelyn enjoys traveling and spending time with her fiance and their dog Mowgli.

Medical School

2016, MBBS, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland

Residency

2016 to present, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Fellowship Plans

Fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology/ Epilepsy Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA

Clinical and Research Interests

  • Epilepsy in Women

  • Neurostimulation in epilepsy

  • Intraoperative EEG monitoring

  • Quality Improvement in Epilepsy

Medical Licensure

Kentucky Medical License

Certifications

Research Certification

  • Good Clinical Practice Course for Clinical Trials Involving Drugs 
  • Biomedical Investigators and Key Personnel

Professional Certification

  • NIH Stroke Scale (NIHSS) Training
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) Caring: Creating a Culture of Safety

Hospital Privileges

2016 to present, Univeristy of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, KY. 

Professional Memberships

  • Junior Member, American Clinical Neurophysiology Society 
  • Junior Member, American Academy of Neurology

Awards

  • University of Kentucky Graduate Medical Education Outstanding Resident of the Month
  • Nominated to attend the 144th American Neurological Association Annual Meeting as Mentee
  • Department of Neurology Resident of the Month
  • University of Western Ontario, Western Scholar

Publications and Abstracts

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Mauricio F Villamar, Aaron M Cook, Chenlu Ke, Yan Xu, Jordan L Clay, Katelyn S Dolbec, Rachel Ward-Mitchell, Larry B Goldstein, and Meriem Bensalem Owen.  Stated Epilepticus Alert Reduces Time to Administration of Second-Line Antiseizure Medications. Neurology Clinical Practice. October 4, 2018. 

Amy Hessler and Katelyn Dolbec.  Clinical Updates in Women’s Health Care: Seizures.  Clinical Updates in Women’s Health Care.  2020. (Accepted for publication)

PRESENTATIONS:

Grewal P, Dolbec K, Jassim T, Ibraheem M. Mitochondrial Encephalomyopathy with Lactic Acidosis and Stroke- Like Episodes (MELAS) – Identification through Clinical and Para-Clinical Features. Poster Presentation at the 144th Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association.  St Louis, MO

Dolbec K, Grewal P, Jassim T, Ibraheem M.  Myoclonic Epilepsy with Ragged Red Fibers – A Phenotype Associated with m.A8344G Point Mutation.  Poster Presentation at the 144th Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association.  St Louis, MO

 

Dolbec K, Grewal P, Jassim T, Ibraheem M.  Myoclonic Epilepsy with Ragged Red Fibers – A Phenotype Associated with m.A8344G Point Mutation.  Poster Presentation at the 144th Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association.  St Louis, MO

Clay J, Dolbec K, Moliterno N, Bensalem-Owen M. Epilepsy Quality Metrics in Neurology Resident Clinic. University of Kentucky Department of Neurology Annual Trainee Research Day.  Lexington.  KY

Dolbec K, Clay J, Moliterno N, Bensalem-Owen M. Assessment of Drug Resistant Epilepsy Patients in Neurology Resident Clinic. University of Kentucky Department of Neurology Annual Trainee Research Day.  Lexington. KY

Villamar MF, Cook AM, Ke C, Xu Y, Clay JL, Dolbec KS, Ward-Mitchell R, Goldstein LB, Bensalem-Owen M. Implementation of an inpatient alert protocol reduces time to administration of second-line antiseizure medications for status epilepticus. 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society.  New Orleans, LA. 

Clay JL, Villamar MF, Cook AM, Ke C, Xu Y, Dolbec KS, Ward-Mitchell R, Goldstein LB, Bensalem-Owen M.  Alert protocol reduces time to administration of second-line antiseizure medications for status epilepticus. 143rd Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association. Atlanta, GA.

Dolbec, K; Barnes, B, and Murphy, R.  Functional presentations in MRI confirmed acute ischemic stroke.  University of Kentucky Department of Neurology Annual Trainee Research Day.  Lexington, KY.

Dolbec, K and Gray, A.  An Unusual Case of Horner Syndrome. Heartland Hospital Medicine Conference.  Poster Presentation.  Lexington, KY.

 

 

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