Michael Morris, MD, first found himself drawn to neurology shortly after starting his clinical rotations as a medical student.
Even the most non-invasive surgeries pose potential strains and challenges for the central nervous system, making careful, real-time monitoring of the brain and sp
This September, the Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure Foundation will officially recognize Duke Health as the country’s second Center of Excellence for Dystonia.
Duke Health leadership launched Translating Duke Health in 2017 as a multi-disciplinary, multi-year commitment to capitalize on Duke’s collective strengths in research, clinical care, and popul
Genetic and epigenetic analysis offer the potential to vastly improve our understanding of how these conditions begin and progress, as well as to identify ta
Members of the Duke Neurology Department contributed to 12 new peer-reviewed journal articles published this August.
Kristi Kehoe, PA-C had been interested in neurology since childhood, but didn’t settle into a specialty until after she completed her training and found a me
Danelvis Paredes, MD, MPH, felt her first callings to neurology at the age of 15, when she learned about the neurobiology of drug addiction while working at a college la