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Dr. Scott A. Small
Dr. Scott A. Small
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER


Study Shows Where Alzheimer's Starts and How It Spreads
December 22, 2013
"Using high-resolution functional MRI (fMRI) imaging in patients with Alzheimer's disease and in mouse models of the disease, Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers have clarified three fundamental issues about Alzheimer's…" [read more]


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Dr. James M. Noble
Dr. James M. Noble
NBC NEWS: TODAY


December 15, 2013
The body of NFL player Jovan Belcher will be exhumed to examine for signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) or another brain injury that may have led to a tragic murder surgery. "CTE has been linked with dementia, depression, aggressive behavior, drug addiction, and even suicidal behavior," said Columbia University Dept. of Neurology's Dr. James Noble.

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RADIOLAB WNYC

December 15, 2013
Apocalyptical FULL SHOW
Featuring Dr. Waters [segment starts at 01:32:12]



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Dr. J.P. Mohr
Dr. J.P. Mohr
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER


Best Treatment for Unruptured Brain AVMs at Present May Be Medical Management
November 27, 2013
"Patients with an unruptured arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in the brain are four times more likely to have a stroke or die if they have a procedure to eradicate the AVM than if they receive medical management alone, according to the results of a clinical trial…" [read more]


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Dr. Yaakov Stern
Dr. Yaakov Stern
CHICAGO TRIBUNE


Video games may help fend off senior moments
November 27, 2013
"At age 70, Allan S. is not a gamer, but when his time comes to play Space Fortress for a Columbia study on the aging brain, he eagerly takes his seat in front of a computer monitor…" [read more]



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Dr. Louis H. Weimer
Dr. Louis H. Weimer
ASSOCIATED PRESS


Facing tough foe, man turns to comics collection
By Don Babwin
November 29, 2013
"One possible treatment for anti-MAG IgM peripheral neuropathy is an aggressive form of chemotherapy, though one expert said the treatment…" [read more]



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Dr. J.P. Mohr   Dr. Christian Stapf
Dr. J.P. Mohr                             Dr. Christian Stapf
HEALTHCANAL


Best Treatment for Unruptured Brain AVMs at Present May Be Medical Management
November 27, 2013
"Patients with an unruptured arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in the brain are four times more likely to have a stroke or die if they have a procedure to eradicate the AVM than if they receive medical management alone…" [read more]

Also covered by: CUMC

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Dr. Yaakov Stern   Dr. Qolamreza Razlighi
Dr. Yaakov Stern                             Dr. Qolamreza Razlighi
HEADLINES & GLOBAL NEWS


New Method Could Predict When Alzheimer's Patients Will Need Extensive Assistance, Pass Away
By Rebekah Marcarelli
November 7, 2013
"A new method could predict the distance in time between when an individual is diagnosed with Alzheimer's to when they will need extensive assistance." [read more]

Also covered by: MEDICAL XPRESS and CUMC

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SPOTLIGHT LIVE: MEMORY AND AGING


"Nobel Laureate and KIBS Director Dr. Eric R. Kandel, and Drs. Elias Pavlopoulos and Scott A. Small discuss their new study, the science of age-related memory loss, and the prospects for helping people recover their ability…" [read more]

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Dr. Richard Mayeux      
Dr. Richard Mayeux                      Dr. Christiane Reitz                       Dr. Badri Vardarajan
CBS NEWS


11 new gene variants linked to Alzheimer's disease
By Michelle Castillo
October 28, 2013
"In the largest genetic analysis of Alzheimer's ever completed, scientists have discovered 11 new genes that may be tied to the late-onset form of the dementia…" [read more]

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Dr. Roy Alcalay
Dr. Roy Alcalay
THE JEWISH DAILY FORWARD


Depression May Sometimes Foreshadow Parkinson's Diagnosis
By Denise Mann
October 2, 2013
"Depressed people -- particularly those 65 or older or with hard-to-treat depression -- are more than three times as likely to develop Parkinson's disease as their peers without depression…" [read more]


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Olajide Williams
Dr. Olajide Williams
CNN


Hip-hop health, a 'party with a purpose'
By Stephanie Smith
September 27, 2013
"The classroom walls tremble as a room full of 8-year-olds bob heads, shrug shoulders and wriggle around in sync…" [read more]



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Dr. Elise Caccappolo
Dr. Elise Caccappolo
NEW YORK POST


Ex-Yeshiva U. head could get a pass in sex suit
By Rich Calder
September 25, 2013
"Former Yeshiva University Chancellor Norman Lamm, 85, was examined on Sept. 16 by neuropsychologist Elise Caccappolo of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, who found that he can't provide reliable testimony…" [read more]


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Dr. Nikolaos Scarmeas
Dr. Nikolaos Scarmeas
TIME ONLINE


Omega 3s Reality Check: Are We Over-Exaggerating Their Benefits?
By Alexandra Sifferlin
September 25, 2013
"Omega-3 fatty acids are praised for keeping bodies healthy from the heart to the brain. But new research is questioning how strong the relationship is…" [read more]



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Dr. Karen Marder
Dr. Karen Marder
MEDICAL XPRESS


Following a Mediterranean diet not associated with delay to clinical onset of Huntington's disease
September 2, 2013
"Adhering to a Mediterranean-type diet (MedDi) does not appear associated with the time to clinical onset of Huntington disease (phenoconversion), according to a study by Karen Marder, M.D., M.P.H., of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons…" [read more]

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CBS EVENING NEWS


Researchers find protein linked to memory loss
August 28, 2013
Featuring Dr. Scott A. Small
"Researchers say a protein called RBAP48, found in the hippocampus of the brain, seems to be involved in normal, age-related memory decline…"

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Dr. Scott A. Small
Dr. Scott A. Small
ASSOCIATED PRESS


Scientists find clue to age-related memory loss
By Lauran Neergaard
August 28, 2013
"Scientists have found a compelling clue in the quest to learn what causes age-related memory problems, and to one day be able to tell if those misplaced car keys are just a senior moment or an early warning of something worse."
[read more]

Also covered by: NPR: All Things Considered, REUTERS,U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT, BLOOMBERG NEWS, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, HEALTHDAY NEWS, HUFFINGTON POST, HEALTH CENTRAL, and UNIVERSITY HERALD.

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Dr. Michio Hirano
Dr. Michio Hirano
Dr. Michio Hirano took part in an ABC Health Tweet Chat this week on “Fighting Muscle Diseases,” hosted by Dr. Richard Besser of ABC News, along with Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) staff and spokespeople, including singer Paula Abdul and Olympic gold medal gymnasts Nadia Comaneci and Bart Conners.






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HEALTH MATTERS WITH DR. SANJAY GUPTA


Man Suffering From Headache for 45 Years Finally Gets Relief
Featuring Dr. Denise E. Chou

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Dr. Carl W. Bazil
Dr. Carl W. Bazil
REUTERS


Poor sleep tied to kids' lower academic performance
By Veronica Hackethal, MD
August 16, 2013
" Researchers in Brazil looked at children age seven to 10 who attended Sao Paulo public schools. They found kids with symptoms of sleep disorders or sleep breathing disorders earned lower grades than those without problems sleeping…" [read more]


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Dr. Melodie R. Winawer>   Ruth Ottman
Dr. Melodie R. Winawer                Dr. Ruth Ottman
CUMC NEWSROOM


NIH-Funded Study Discovers New Genes for Childhood Epilepsies
August 13, 2013
"Drs. Ruth Ottman and Melodie Winawer of Columbia University Medical Center are part of a 61-member international research team working to improve understanding of childhood epilepsy and other complex neurological disorders." [read more]

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Olajide Williams
Dr. Olajide Williams
MSNBC ONLINE


Michelle Obama continues obesity fight with a musical collaboration
By Michele Richinick
August 13, 2013
"Music is so universal, it's so powerful, that as an educator I'm always amazed of why it's not being used more ubiquitously within public health," Dr. Olajide Williams, founder of Hip Hop Public Health and associate professor of clinical neurology at Columbia University Medical Center, told MSNBC. [read more]

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On August 12th, 18-year-old Michael Rothman, a patient in our Columbia Neuropathy Center, rang the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Closing Bell on behalf of over 20 million people living with neuropathy and neuropathic pain. Michael was joined by The Neuropathy Association leadership and staff, as well as family and friends, in this effort to build Neuropathy awareness among the millions of worldwide viewers of the NYSE closing bell proceedings.

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Dr. Roy Alcalay
Dr. Roy Alcalay
THE JEWISH DAILY FORWARD


A Common Mutation Behind Parkinson's Disease May Have Other Side-Effects
By Talia Bloch
August 6, 2013
"Cuervo's team and collaborators made their findings by examining brain tissue and skin cell lines from Parkinson's patients transformed into neurons…" [read more]



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Dr. Antonio Iavarone
Dr. Antonio Iavarone
SCIENCE DAILY


Genes That Drive Brain Cancer Revealed
August 5, 2013
"A team of researchers at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at Columbia University Medical Center has identified 18 new genes responsible for driving glioblastoma multiforme, the most common -- and most aggressive -- form of brain cancer…" [read more]
Also covered by: HEALTH CANAL

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THE LEONARD LOPATE SHOW

Please Explain: In Vitro Fertilization
"Ten to 15% of couples experience infertility, and assisted reproductive technologies like in vitro fertilization can help…"
Featuring Columbia's Dr. Mark Sauer and Dr. Michio Hirano [listen to the program]



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Dr. Asa Abeliovich
Dr. Asa Abeliovich
NPR


New Alzheimer's Research Could Lead To Treatments
By Carey Goldberg
July 25, 2013
"A new report in the journal Nature shows a significant step forward in figuring out what causes things to go wrong in the brain early on in Alzheimer's disease…" [read more]
Also covered by: WBUR RADIO (NPR, Boston, MA), GENOME WEB, EVERYDAY HEALTH, RED ORBIT, PRENSA LATINA, MEDICAL NEWS TODAY, MEDILEXICON, MEDICAL XPRESS, BIOSCIENCE TECHNOLOGY, TELESUR TV, EUROPA PRESS, ABC.ES, and JAKARTA GLOBE.

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Dr. Asa Abeliovich
Dr. Asa Abeliovich
BLOOMBERG NEWS


Path of Alzheimer's Disease Risk Gene Tracked, Scientists Say
By Elizabeth Lopatto
July 24, 2013
"Scientists mapped the step-by-step actions that lead to late-onset Alzheimer's disease…" [read more]



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Dr. Stephan A. Mayer
Dr. Stephan A. Mayer
CNN


Do we want to die tethered to a machine?
By Stephan A. Mayer
July 18, 2013
"The predicament facing Nelson Mandela, who has been critically ill for the past five weeks and turns 95 on Thursday, brings into sharp focus an important question that eventually affects all of us…" [read more]


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Dr. Manly
Dr. Jennifer J. Manly
DIVERSE EDUCATION.COM


N.C. A&T Alzheimer's Study Targets Blacks, The Group Most Affected by the Disease
By Katti Gray
July 16, 2013
"…study aims to discover why Alzheimer's strikes Blacks more than any other racial group in the United States."
[read more]


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Olajide Williams
Dr. Olajide Williams
HUFFPOST HEALTHY LIVING


6 Ways To Reduce Your Stroke Risk
By Dr. Daniel Seidman
July 31, 2013
"May was stroke awareness month. Dr. Olajide Williams, my colleague and friend at Columbia University Medical Center, has been a great teacher about the importance of recognizing stroke symptoms…" [read more]


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Olajide Williams
Dr. Olajide Williams
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN


A Randomized Controlled Trial of Hip-Hop
By Gary Stix
July 9, 2013
"At first, this hip-hop ditty may itself seem like a joke in exceedingly poor taste, making fun of the deadly symptoms of the leading neurological disorder…" [read more]



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CIDP patient Michael Rothman and family raised more than $40,000 to benefit the Columbia Neuropathy Research Center at their "Mike Mile" event in Stamford, CT on June 23, 2013!

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CUNY TELEVISION

Dr. Yaakov Stern was featured on a special CUNY Television episode this week titled, Baby Boomers.


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THE LEONARD LOPATE SHOW

Please Explain: Pain
"…explore how the body perceives pain—what causes it, how it affects us, and how to treat it."
Featuring Columbia's Dr. Denise Chou and Dr. Mahlon DeLong (NYU) [listen to the program]



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Olajide Williams
Dr. Olajide Williams
BRAIN WORLD MAGAZINE


Hip Hop Artist Easy A.D. and Local Students Rap the Signs and Symptoms of Stroke at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
"On Wednesday, May 15, 2013, over 100 students from Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower School and P.S. 4 The Duke Ellington School participated in the Third Annual Brain Attack Awareness Day hosted by New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center…" [read more]


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Dr. Randolph Marshall
Dr. Randolph S. Marshall
NEWSDAY


A "FAST" Response to Stroke Can Reduce Long-Term Damage
May 7, 2013
"'When someone has a stroke, they may show either slight or extremely noticeable physical changes,' says Dr. Randolph Marshall, chief of the Stroke Division at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center…" [read more]



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Dr. Randolph Marshall
Dr. Randolph S. Marshall
NEW YORK MAGAZINE


The Ecology of Stress
May 8, 2013
"Even at today's lower levels of PTSD, there are still tens of thousands of people affected, says Randall Marshall, a Columbia trauma-studies specialist…" [read more]




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Dr. Randolph Marshall
Dr. Stephanie Cosentino
REUTERS


Could family longevity protect against dementia?
By Andrew M. Seaman
May 6, 2013
"It's not necessarily that these individuals never become cognitively impaired, but what it seems like is that there is a delayed onset of cognitive impairment," said Stephanie Cosentino, of the Columbia University Medical Center in New York. [read more]


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Dr. Carl W. Bazil
Dr. Andrew B. Lassman
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED


Making This the Right Place and The Right Time
By Michael Weiner
May 6, 2013
"In 2012, I suppose, I was in the wrong place at the wrong time: In August I was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Since then I've undergone radiation and chemotherapy, under the care of the committed team at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, led by Dr. Andrew Lassman…" [read more]

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CROSS-SPECIES IMAGING OF SCHIZOPHRENIA



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Dr. Carl W. Bazil
Dr. Carl W. Bazil
PREVENTION


8 New Mistakes That Mess Up Your Sleep
By Gina Roberts-Grey
April 2013
Mistake #6: You're skipping breakfast
"Without breakfast, your body may think you're in a starvation situation. And that starvation mode ramps up production of stress hormones like cortisol and adrenaline, which can make it tough to sleep at night. " [read more]

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Dr. Carl W. Bazil
Dr. Carl W. Bazil
QUALITY HEALTH


How to Prevent Nighttime Panic Attacks
By Rosemary Black
April 22, 2013
"If you've ever woken up in a complete panic, you know what a frightening experience it can be." [read more]



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Dr. Scott A. Small
Dr. Scott A. Small
HEALTH CANAL.COM


High Levels of Glutamate in Brain May Kick-Start Schizophrenia
April 17, 2013
"An excess of the brain neurotransmitter glutamate may cause a transition to psychosis in people who are at risk for schizophrenia, reports a study from investigators at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC)…" [read more]
Also covered by: PSYCH CENTRAL: Excess Neurotransmitter in Brain May Trigger Schizophrenia

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Dr. Richard Mayeux   
Dr. Richard Mayeux                     Dr. Christiane Reitz
CBS NEWS


Alzheimer's gene ABCA7 linked to increased disease risk in African-Americans
By Ryan Jaslow
April 10, 2013
"A new study has revealed that a gene that was once thought to be weakly associated with Alzheimer's disease risk in white people may almost double the risk of developing the debilitating neurological disease when it's present in African-Americans…." [read more]
Also covered by:
NBC NEWS: Study Finds Gene that May Raise Alzheimer's Risk in Blacks
USA TODAY: Gene Linked to Higher Alzheimer's Risk in Blacks
NEW YORK TIMES: In Blacks, Alzheimer's Study Finds Same Variant Genes as in Whites
BLOOMBERG NEWS: Gene Doubles Risk of Late-Onset Alzheimer's in Blacks
REUTERS: Study Finds Gene that may Raise Alzheimer's Risk in Blacks
WNYC RADIO: Study Finds Black and White Alzheimer's Patients Share Genes Variants
HEALTHDAY NEWS: Gene May Double Risk of Alzheimer's in Blacks
MEDPAGE TODAY: Gene Mutation in Blacks May Raise Alzheimer's Risk
ALZHEIMER RESEARCH FORUM: AD GWAS in African Americans Confirms, Reshuffles AlzGene List

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Dr. Timothy A. Pedley
Dr. Timothy A. Pedley
EVERYDAY HEALTH


Dr. Timothy Pedley: New AAN President on the Future of Multiple Sclerosis Research
By Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato
March 22, 2013
"Newly elected president of the American Academy of Neurology suggests MS research and treatment should focus on individualized, patient-centered care.… "
[read more]


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Jill Goldman, MS, MPhil
Jill Goldman, MS, MPhil
PBS NEWSHOUR


Assessing Your Risk of Alzheimer's Disease
By Michelle Andrews and Kaiser Health News
April 4, 2013
"Alzheimer's disease can't be prevented or cured, and it ranks second only to cancer among diseases that people fear. …" [read more]



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DEPRESSION AND ALZHEIMER'S



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Dr. Elkind
Dr. Mitchell S. V. Elkind
TIME


How Cold Sores Could Hamper Memory
By Alexandra Sifferlin
March 26, 2013
In a recent study, Drs. Elkind and Katan of Columbia University found that "people with higher levels of common infectious agents in their blood – including Chlamydia pneumoniae, Helicobacter pylori, cytomegalovirus and herpes simplex type 1 that causes cold sores – are more likely to have memory and cognitive problems…" [read more]
Also covered by:
NBC NEWS: Cold Sores May be Tied to Memory Loss, Study Suggests
FOX NEWS: Cold Sores Linked to Cognitive Decline
CBS NEWS: Herpes Viruses May Lead to Memory Loss, Cognitive Declines
REDORBIT: Too Many Cold Sores Could Lead To Increased Cognitive Difficulties
METRO: Cognitive problems linked to cold sore virus

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Dr. Yaakov Stern
Dr. Yaakov Stern
HEALTH NEWS DIGEST


Depression in Alzheimer's Patients Associated with Declining Ability to Handle Daily Activities
March 19, 2013
"More symptoms of depression and lower cognitive status are independently associated with a more rapid decline in the ability to handle tasks of everyday living… " [read more]
Also covered by DAILY RX: Depression Put Alzheimer's on Fast Track


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Dr. Carolyn Barley Britton
Dr. Carolyn Barley Britton
W. MONTAGUE COBB/NMA HEALTH INSTITUTE


Carolyn Britton, MD, MS has been named to a "Distinguished Community of Disparity Health Experts Appointed as Senior Fellows by W. Montague Cobb/NMA Health Institute."






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Dr. Carl W. Bazil
Dr. Carl W. Bazil
HEALTH CANAL.COM


8 Ways to Sleep Better Tonight
March 04, 2013
"It's seems as if it should be so easy. All you have to do is lie down, close your eyes, and drift off into dreamland. But "sleep is not automatic," as Dr. Carl Bazil, MD, PhD, a sleep expert at Columbia University Medical Center, explained." [read more]


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Dr. Adam M. Brickman
Dr. Adam M. Brickman
MEDPAGE TODAY


Brain Lesions May Play Role in Alzheimer's
by Michael Smith
February 19, 2013
"In a cohort of participants in the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, the two factors were independent predictors of Alzheimer's disease, according to Adam Brickman, PhD, of Columbia University…" [read more]
Also covered by: HEALTH CANAL.COM: It's Not Just Amyloid: White Matter Hyperintensities and Alzheimer's Disease

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Dr. Randolph Marshall
Dr. Randolph S. Marshall
WEBWIRE


Carotid bypass surgery doesn't help cognitive performance after stroke
February 8, 2013
"Surgery to bypass a blocked carotid artery in order to restore adequate blood flow to the brain does not improve cognitive performance in patients who've had a stroke or mini-stroke (TIA), according to research…" [read more]



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Dr. Melodie R. Winawer
Dr. Melodie R. Winawer
NEWS MEDICAL


Thoughts Leaders Series:
Migraine, epilepsy and genetics: an interview with Dr. Melodie Winawer

February 7, 2013
"This work is the product of an extraordinary consortium called the Epilepsy Phenome/Genome project (EPGP). It is a consortium of 27 centres in the U.S. and internationally…" [read more]


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Dr. Claire Riley
Dr. Claire Riley
PARTNER IN MS CARE BY THE NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY (NMSS)


Under the leadership of Claire Riley, our Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Care & Research Center has been unanimously elected a Partner in MS Care by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS), and can now move forward with the application process for an NMSS Center for Comprehensive MS Care designation.



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Dr. Melodie R. Winawer
Dr. Melodie R. Winawer
DAILY RX


Are Genetics Responsible For Your Migraines?
January 20, 2013
"… A recent study looked at whether there may be a genetic link between migraine and epilepsy. The study showed a shared genetic susceptibility between the two conditions…" [read more]



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DISCOVER


Four Steps Against Alzheimer's
By Linda Marsa
January 23, 2013
"Alzheimer's disease has repeatedly defeated predictions that effective treatments were right around the corner. … But several 2012 advances improve the prospects for intervening …" [read more]


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Dr. Melodie R. Winawer
Dr. Melodie R. Winawer
BBC


Epilepsy and migraine 'could have shared genetic link'
January 7, 2013
"A strong family history of seizures could increase the chances of having severe migraines…" [read more]
Also covered by: WebMD, FOX 23, EVERYDAY HEALTH, HEALTHDAY NEWS, MEDLINE PLUS, EPILEPSY FOUNDATION, and INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES.


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Dr. Alexandra Dimitrova
Dr. Alexandra Dimitrova
DAILYRx


From Stomach Aches to Headaches
January 5, 2013
"New research shows that patients with serious aches in the belly are more prone to headaches…" [read more]




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   Dr. Jose Luchsinge
Dr. Christiane Reitz                      Dr. Jose Luchsinger
CBS


Depression in Elderly May Predict Dementia
By Salynn Boyles
"Depression is common among older people who go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, leading to widespread speculation that…." [read more]



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Dr. Elkind   Dr. Noble
Dr. Mitchell S. V. Elkind                Dr. James M. Noble
VIRGINIA APGAR ACADEMY OF MEDICAL EDUCATORS


Dr. Elkind and Dr. Noble have been selected as new members of the Virginia Apgar Academy of Medical Educators, an active community of College of Physicians and Surgeons (P&S) educators dedicated to promoting outstanding education for P&S students, residents, fellows, and faculty. Membership in the Academy represents not only recognition of excellence as an educator, but also considerable commitment to the educational life of the P&S medical community.

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