Biography

Irina Podkorytova, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Dr. Podkorytova earned her medical degree at Perm State Medical Academy in Russia, followed by a residency in neurology at Children’s Hospital in Kurgan, Russia. She then completed the Epilepsy Neurophysiology Clinical Research Fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy Center, followed by the Neurophysiology Research Fellowship and Epilepsy Clinical Fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern.

Dr. Podkorytova joined UT Southwestern faculty in 2019 to supervise the invasive EEG evaluations with stereotactic and subdural electrodes.

Education

Medical School
Perm State Medical Academy, Russia (1989)
Residency
Kurgan Municipal Children's Hospital - Russia (1990), Child Neurology
Research Fellowship
Cleveland Clinic Foundation (2014), Epilepsy/clinical Neurophysiology
Fellowship
UTSW (Research fellowship) (2016)
Research Fellowship
UT Southwestern Medical Center (2016), Neurophysiology
Fellowship
UT Southwestern Medical Center (2019), Epilepsy

Research Interest

  • Epilepsy surgery outcomes
  • Extraoperative electrical cortical stimulation
  • Ictal onset localization with invasive electrodes
  • Neuromodulation

Publications

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Books

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Depth Electrodes. In Operative Techniques in Epilepsy Surgery, Second Edition.

Neely, O; Podkorytova, I; Lega, BC. (2019). Thieme

Honors & Awards

  • FACNS
    Fellow, American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (FACNS) (2023)
  • American Clinical Neurophysiology Society Program Director¬ís Travel Scholarship
    (2019)
  • Poster Competition Award
    Texas Neurological Society (2019)
  • Research Poster Award
    University of Texas Southwestern (2019)
  • Victor Rivera/Leon Weisberg Research Manuscript Award
    University of Texas Southwestern (2019)

Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (2018)
  • American Epilepsy Society (2017)
  • American Stereo-EEG Consortium (2020)
  • Texas Neurological Society (2018)