Zeljka Petelin Gadze
Assist. Prof. Željka Petelin Gadže, M.D., Ph.D., born on the 11th August 1976 iz Zagreb, Croatia, after graduation on the Medical School of the University of Zagreb, started to work at the Department of Neurology of the Medical School and University Hospital Centre Zagreb, where she specialized in neurology in May 2007, and defended doctoral dissertation “Apoptosis of blood and cerebrospinal fluid lymphocytes in patients with multiple sclerosis” in December 2004. Since 2007 she works at the Referral Centre for Epilepsy of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of the Republic of Croatia, and since 2010 she is the head of the Electroencephalographic Laboratory and Division for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgical Treatment of Neurological Diseases at the University Hospital Centre Zagreb. She has published around 90 papers in the field of neurology, and held numerous lectures at domestic and international neurological congresses. Her interests in neurology are epileptology and electroencephalography, especially epilepsy surgery.