A veteran of the Neurology Department with 15 years at Duke, Michael Lutz, PhD, Associate Professor in the Translational Br
Sharon Fekrat, MD, FASRS, sees the retina, the lining of the eye that translates visual signals from the eye into what the brain perceives as sight, as both
Junjie Yao, PhD, grew up dreaming about the potential health applications of combining engineering and biology.
Shruti Agashe, MD, MS, first came to Duke as a biomedical engineering student.
When Ohio State University launched its neuroscience program just over a decade ago, Jonathan Morena, DO, was one of its first and most enthusiastic enrollee
Rick Bedlack’s interest in neurology stretches back to his childhood, when he wondered why rolling down a hill made him dizzy.
Nandini Abburi, MD, had always found neuroscience interesting, but she was drawn to a career in neurology, and later hospital neurology, when she saw the rol