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Of all the possible contributors, intense physical activity was the likely disease-modifying factor, Davangere Devanand, MD, of CUIMC, and co-authors wrote in Alzheimer's & Dementia
“One of the things that we want to do is create a consciousness around the power of music as a therapeutic foundation for mental health,” says Dr. Olajide Williams, a professor of neurology at CUIMC
Many factors affect stroke risk, and it is hard to separate the importance of food swamps from those other variables, said lead researcher Dr. Dixon Yang, a postdoctoral neurology fellow at CUIMC.
"That's really young," said lead study author Dr. Eliza Miller, an assistant professor of neurology at Columbia University in New York City. "These women are still in their prime working years."
Indira Turney, Associate Research Scientist in the Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center, is studying how brains age in diverse populations.
Dr. Jason Carmel, associate professor of neurology, is developing a nerve stimulation therapy at Columbia that may eventually allow people with spinal cord injuries to regain function of their arms
Music and Movement Disorders Initiative created by Christine Y. Kim, MD, assistant professor of neurology, helps treat patients with dystonia.
A team of Columbia University researchers led by Martin Picard, PhD, discovered that human cells with impaired mitochondria respond by kicking into higher gear and expending more energy
Dr. James Noble, an associate professor of neurology at CUIMC, appears in the CBS 2 New York video and talks about the development of a device that can detect concussions in real time