Dr. Victor Biton's education in medicine began in 1972, at the renowned Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem, Israel. After graduating with honors in 1978, he pursued residency at Hadassah University Hospital where he followed his fascination into the field of neurology. In 1987, Dr. Biton moved with his wife and children to the United States in order to specialize in the study of epilepsy, at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Upon completion of his formal medical education in 1990, Dr. Biton moved with his family to Little Rock, Arkansas to become Director of the Epilepsy Programs at John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
In 1994, Dr. Biton ventured into private practice, founding Arkansas Epilepsy Program, PA (AEP) and Clinical Trials, Inc. (CTI) to offer world-class expertise in the care and investigation of life-endangering neurological diseases.
Throughout the course of more than 20 years as Director of AEP and CTI, Dr. Biton has developed long-standing partnerships with Little Rock's foremost hospitals, assisting in the leadership of the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute at St. Vincent Infirmary and serving as a neurologist on staff at the Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute.
For decades Victor Biton, MD has been a passionately dedicated source of trustworthy insight at the cutting edge of patient care, pharmaceutical development, and academic advancement.