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Clinical trials are a key component of the research mission of the Department of Neurology at CUIMC
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Carol M. Troy, MD, PhD, Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology and Neurology at CUMC, and colleagues led a study that found eye drop treatment alternative to Retinal vein occlusion (RVO) disease
Lawrence S. Honig, MD, PhD, a professor of neurology at CUIMC, estimates that group constitutes about a sixth of the more than 6 million Americans currently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s
Sachin Agarwal, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Neurology, provided CPR training to Yankee players through his CD-REACT program.
Jennifer J. Manly, PhD, a Professor of Neuropsychology in Neurology at CUIMC spoke with The New York Times about the complicated legacy of affirmative action.
Jinsy A. Andrews, MD, MSc, FAAN, an Associate Professor of Neurology & Director of Neuromuscular Clinical Trials at CUIMC, discusses the advances in treatment of ALS & the evolution of clinical trials
Olajide Williams, MD, MS, Professor & Chief of Staff of the Department of Neurology at CUIMC, was appointed Vice Dean for Community Health at the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons
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