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  • Department releases new videos on evaluating sports concussion

    Department releases new videos on evaluating sports concussion

    The Duke Department of Neurology has just released new videos to help providers clinically evaluate athletes with concussions.

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  • Single brain receptor acts as switch for OCD symptoms

    Single brain receptor acts as switch for OCD symptoms

    A chemical receptor in the brain is responsible for a range of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)-like symptoms in mice.

  • Department gives students a BOOST

    Department gives students a BOOST

    Durham students learn all about stroke, courtesy of Yasmin Ali, MD.

Laboratory Science

Our laboratory research advances our understanding of Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and other conditions.

Translational Research

Our translational research bridges the gap between better knowledge of neurological conditions and improved patient care.

Clinical Research

Our clinical research, including many open clinical trials, tests new treatments for people with neurological conditions.

Our Department

The Duke Department of Neurology offers exceptional patient care for patients with conditions affecting the brain and nervous system. We also conduct cutting-edge basic, translational, and clinical research, and train the next generation of leaders in neuroscience. 

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28,600

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70

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16

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