The world's top stroke and brain health scientists, including members of the Duke Neurology Department, are gathering in Dallas today for the start of the 2023 I
Members of the Duke Neurology Department got the new year off to a fast start this January, contributing to 10 new peer-reviewed journal articles.
Rabia Ghazi, MBBS, first became interested in neurology when she saw how neurologists used examination findings, neuroanatomy, and clinical history to diagnose and treat
For as long as she can remember, Jamila Minga, PhD, CCC-SLP, has been something of a contrarian.
As both a medical student and resident, M. Omar Subei, MD, was fascinated by the brain and the complex operations of this still largely unknown organ.
The final month of 2022 saw the release of 12 new peer-reviewed journal articles written or co-written by members of the Duke Neurology Department.
In 2002, Teikko Artis was in a bind. A year after starting at Duke, Artis enjoyed his work as a patient service advocate in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
The Duke Neurology Department continued to build on its success in the second half of 2022.
The Duke Neurology Department continued to grow and advance its missions of patient care, research, and training the next generation of neurology providers in 20