The American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) has awarded Leonard White, PhD, the 2021 Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award.
Shraddha Patel, MD, came to neurology gradually as a medical student, treating both acute neurological crises in her hospital’s emergency department as well as chronic conditions in the outpati
Adam Hartman, MD, didn’t decide to specialize in neurology until the last year of medical school, but the puzzle-solving nature of the discipline, and the engaging, fast-paced tempo of acute ne
For 12 years, Drew O’Flaherty was part of the finance team at the Duke Private Diagnostic Clinic.
This July, new research from the Duke Neurology Department answered questions about the subcellular origins of itching, how COVID-19 is affecting people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, what fac
Yash Shah, MD, knew his life’s calling as a young doctor, after seeing the resilience and faith of the mother of a five-year old boy with cerebral palsy and intractable epilepsy.
Jeanne Caldwell didn’t have Alzheimer’s disease, yet she knew firsthand the devastation it can cause. For 11 years she cared for her mother who had the disease.
Ashley Lengel, PA-C, MMS, has been interested in science and medicine for as long as she can remember.
An eight-hour shift can be exhausting on its own, but for Kimberly Holzmacher, MSN, AGPCNP-BC, her workday is only getting started.
New publications written by members of the Duke Neurology Department published this June advanced our understanding of the origins of Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and spinal injuries, as well as of