Epilepsy, Sleep, and Clinical Neurophysiology News

Duke Neurology Research Round Up, January 2024

In January, members of Duke Neurology wrote and contributed to 20 peer-reviewed journal articles. This month’s research includes an article reviewing interneuron transplantation for drug-resistant epilepsy, a study on the relationship between BMI and intracerebral hemorrhage, and a study indicating that genetic associations with longevity are stronger in females than in males. 

Duke Neurology Research Round Up, December 2023

The final month of 2023 saw members of the Duke Neurology Department contributing to nine new peer-reviewed journal articles. Highlights include an analysis of symptoms associated with internal tremor for Parkinson’s disease, a trio of population-level studies for stroke, and a new examination of the connections between white matter and executive function. Read short summaries of each of these articles and find links to the original research below.

Duke Neurology at AES 2023: Highlights from Orlando

Current and former members of the Duke Neurology Department, along with the nation’s leading epilepsy researchers, providers, and educators, gathered in Orlando, Florida, this weekend for the American Epilepsy Society’s (AES) 2023 annual meeting. Members of our Department are leading three events or lectures, and contributing to 11 new posters or abstracts on epilepsy surgery, self-care in epilepsy, the use of guidelines in managing epilepsy, and other topics.