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Umrao Monani, PhD, Darryl C. De Vivo Professor of Pediatric Neurology, and colleagues discovered how a genetic defect triggers dysfunction in motor neurons that leads to spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).
Originally founded by Sachin Agarwal, MD, MPH, associate professor of neurology, the goal of CD-REACT is to empower local community members with practical, lifesaving first-aid skills.
A record-breaking number of physicians from Columbia Neurology were recognized as 2023 Castle Connolly Top Doctors!
Hiral Shah, MD, assistant professor of neurology at CUIMC, talks about her work addressing the health disparities for Parkinson's disease diagnosis and treatment faced by minority communities.
We celebrate the social, economic, political, and scientific achievements of women worldwide as well as those in our department and in our lives.
Many people live years or even decades with dementia, which causes death. Researching the symptoms and causes can dramatically help dementia care and prevention.
Claire S. Riley, MD, Karen L. K. Miller assistant professor of neurology, spoke about the symptoms, causes and treatment of the rare stiff person syndrome.
CUIMC interviewed Joshua Z. Willey, MD, associate professor of neurology, about the symptoms patients and their families should look out for and why treatment for depression after stroke is important.
Health Matters spoke with Dr. James Noble, a neurologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center who specializes in the treatment of dementia, to get the facts about FTD.
As Davangere Devanand, a neurologist at CUIMC, combed through the reams of scientific data on Alzheimer’s, he stumbled across a surprising idea – could an infection be involved in driving the disease?