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For someone to be diagnosed with dementia, they have to have significant decline in more than one cognitive area,” says Neuropsychologist Elise Caccappolo, Ph.D., of CUIMC
It is well established that people who had fewer opportunities to receive education when they were children are at higher risk for Alzheimer’s disease later in life, noted Dr. Jennifer Manly
Webinar recordings of the event, “Transitions in Children with Autism,” from the 3rd Annual Autism Awareness Virtual Community Outreach Fair.
Successful messaging isn’t only about finding the right words. Olajide Williams, a Columbia University neurologist, uses music and art
Dr. Williams has organized Community Pop-up Vaccination Sites for hundreds of underserved New Yorkers in Northern Manhattan
Hundreds of New Yorkers were vaccinated at Columbia's first Community Pop-up Vaccination Site, organized by Columbia University’s Community Wellness Center and ColumbiaDoctors.
Neil Shneider, Stockman-Mauriello’s doctor and director of the Eleanor and Lou Gehrig ALS Center at Columbia University in New York, nonetheless asked Biogen for access.
Hip Hop founder and Columbia University neurology professor Olajide Williams shoots down the widespread falsehood that the RNA vaccines can affect your DNA. Smart stuff.
In honor of World Autism Awareness Day/Month, we would like to acknowledge the tremendous work of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) specialists in the Department of Neurology at CUIMC.
A new study on COVID-19 patients with dementia led by James Noble, MD, MS associate professor of neurology at CUIMC