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Jinsy A. Andrews, MD, MSc, FAAN is an Associate Professor of Neurology and Director of Neuromuscular Clinical Trials at CUIMC, speaks about her career while transitioning between academia & industry
Adam M. Brickman, PhD, Professor of Neuropsychology, and Scott A. Small, MD, Boris and Rose Katz Professor of Neurology, discuss their study that examined health benefits of flavanol-rich diet
Scott Small, MD, Boris & Rose Katz Professor of Neurology and Director & Alzheimer's Disease Research Center at CUIMC talks about the study that examined flavanols levels and memory loss
Adam M. Brickman, PhD, Professor of Neuropsychology, and colleagues conducted a large study that found that taking a daily multivitamin supplement can slow age-related memory decline
Adam M. Brickman, PhD, Professor of Neuropsychology, led a study that tried to determine what effect taking a daily vitamin can have on memory function
Jason B. Carmel, MD, PhD, Weinberg Family Associate Professor of Neurology, talks about a family tragedy that inspired him to focus his work on helping people with a spinal cord injury
Stephanie Cosentino, PhD, Associate Professor of Neuropsychology, and colleagues are working on developing screening tools to detect subjective cognitive decline and more advanced forms of memory loss
Neil Shneider, MD, PhD, Claire Tow Associate Professor of Neurology, talks about the new approved tofersen (Qalsody), the first drug developed for patients with a rare form of ALS
Dr. Andrew Lassman, John Harris Professor of Neurology, is the new director of the Irving Institute’s Network Capacity, national collaborative hub for trials, informatics, communication & education
A new study done by Dr. Jennifer Manly, professor of neuropsychology, and colleagues, found that the quality of the high school you attend may have an impact on cognition later in life