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Dr. Ted Huey addressed the national FTD community to outline the unique challenges of FTD care during the COVID-19 pandemic and provide guidance to FTD patients, families, and caregivers.
Mitchell Elkind, MD, MS, FAAN, the president-elect of the American Heart Association (AHA), discusses his career, his vision for AHA, and how COVID-19 will change the field of neurology.
Dr. Scott Small discusses the new P30 funding for the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) at Columbia.
Medical professionals around the world are seeing evidence suggesting COVID-19 could be causing a slew of issues unrelated to the lungs.
Dr. Mitch Elkind couldn’t sleep. His mind was in overdrive, still cycling through reports he’d read about the spread of coronavirus in China and projecting what it might mean in the United States.
The Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) has set up a website as a resource for patients and the CUIMC community to stay informed about COVID-19.
Full interview with Dr. Elkind, president of AHA,"Why, as a neurologist, were you interested in becoming president of the AHA?"
In a study funded in part by CURE, Dr. Jennifer Gelinas aimed to understand how focal epilepsy resulting in partial seizures can progress to different parts of the brain over time.
A new study from Columbia University Irving Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian suggests the tremors are caused by overactive brain waves at the base of the brain.
Although cerebellum abnormalities had long been suspected, it never has been proven until now, explained lead researcher and Columbia neurologist Sheng-Han Kuo.