Since childhood, Nidhila Masha has been fascinated by the human brain as a “final frontier” still open for additional discoveries and study despite the advances of modern science.
Amanda Currie’s love of the brain started in high school and has only grown since.
The first month of 2022 saw the publication of 18 new peer-reviewed journal articles from members of the Duke Neurology Department.
Joel Morgenlander, MD, came to Duke as a neurology resident in 1987 and has stayed here ever since.
For Emily Elfreich, ARNP, taking care of some of Duke University Hospital’s most critical patients is all in a day’s (or a night’s) work.
The American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM) has awarded its Lifetime Achievement Award to Janice Massey, MD, Professor of Neurology and Senior Vice Chair of t