This October, members of the Duke Neurology Department contributed to 12 new peer-reviewed journal articles, advancing our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, chronic pain, and other cond
Several disorders cause chronic pain, including nerve injuries and bone cancer, but existing remedies can trigger uncomfortable side effects, or worse, addiction.
Within the lab of Carlene Moore, PhD, Ashley Moore, MS, MAT, (no relation) does “a little bit of everything,” acting as a lab manager, performing western blots, teaching and guiding undergradua
Researchers at Duke University School of Medicine have been selected to lead two inter-institution team grants totaling $18 million to investigate Parkinson’s disease.
Tanziyah Muqeem, MD, PhD, has had a lifelong passion for the brain and neuroscience that has grown over time.
Cina Sasannejad, MD, first became interested in neuroscience as an undergraduate student, when he observed how the field brought together elements of biology, chemistry, psychology, and culture
As a college student, Jake Gardner, PA-C, knew he wanted to study the human brain but wasn’t sure what specific career path to take.
New research from the Duke Neurology Department provided insights into our ability to improve patient care and better understand neurological conditions.
New research from Duke University has found that ritonavir, an FDA-approved medication currently used to treat HIV, corrects multiple brain abnormalities associated with a mouse model of a genetic
As one of the Grants & Contracts Administrators within the School of Medicine’s Research Administration Support Resource (RASR), Kathryn Lennon helps manage funded research projects from th