Research authored by members of the Duke Neurology Department published during the final month of 2021 advanced our knowledge of stroke, epilepsy, dystonia, and other conditions.
The second half of 2021 was as eventful as the first for the Duke Neurology Department.
The Duke Neurology Department continued to grow and expand its missions of providing excellent clinical care, conducting research to improve our understanding of neurological conditions and how to
Jeison Valencia has been inspired to pursue science and laboratory research since age 7, after he watched an episode of the Powerpuff Girls, in which a scientist creates the three female superh
Over the course of a few days in late September of 2021, Carol Cerase of Lumberton, NC, experienced increasing weakness in her legs, trouble swallowing, and several falls.
Members of the Duke Neurology Department contributed to 14 new peer-reviewed journal articles written this November.
For Fabiana Dias, PhD, conducting research into the mechanisms of pain and itch is both a never-ending adventure and an eternal challenge.
Even as Alzheimer’s disease and dementias grow as a national health crisis, there remains a shortage of clinicians willing to treat people with these conditions as well as to perform the necess
As an undergraduate, Miranda Shipman studied drawing and painting, teaching art and managing a gallery until she developed a rare brain tumor.
Lara Wadi, MD, first became interested in neurology during her first year of medical school, where she was both fascinated by her neuroscience courses and appreciated their clinical application