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Neurocritical Care


The Duke Department of Neurology's Neurocritical Care Fellowship program trains academic-minded neurointensivists with an emphasis on superb clinical training and future career planning.

"I’ve wanted to train at Duke since I was a medical student. One of the reasons was the faculty. Duke has some of the most brilliant minds in neurology and they are enthusiastic mentors. There’s a sort of nostalgia being able to directly interact and learn from the same people who have written the books and articles I read, and speak at the national meetings I attend." - David Van Wyck, DO, Neurocritical Care Fellow, 2015-2017


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Duke Neurology Research Round Up, February 2018

Wednesday, February 28, 2018
From examining diabetes as a risk factor for stroke, to reviewing how habits form at the neuronal level, to a discussion of existing and future...Read more