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Epilepsy in Women with Dr. Waldman
In this podcast, Melanie Cole speaks with Dr. Waldman to highlight Epilepsy in Women of child-bearing age with a focus on reproductive health.
Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion with Dr. Yoon
Dr. Yoon discusses Simultaneous Anterior and Posterior Approach for Single Position Prone Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion with Robotically Assisted Instrumentation
Penn Medicine’s John Y.K. Lee, MD, MSCE, discusses TumorGlow™
Penn Medicine’s John Y.K. Lee, MD, MSCE, discusses TumorGlow™ Second Window ICG in Brain Tumors at the Precision Surgery Intraoperative Molecular Imaging 2022 conference.
Penn Medicine's Neurocritical Care Program: An Interview with Joshua Levine, MD
Joshua Levine, MD, discusses the internationally recognized Penn Neurocritical Care Program, the multidisciplinary treatment team and the advanced technology that is individualizing patient care at Penn Medicine.
Dedicated MS Pharmacists | The Penn Multiple Sclerosis & Related Disorders Center
A Penn pharmacist discusses Penn Medicine’s Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders Center.
Research in Neuroinflammation & Neurotherapeutics | Penn Multiple Sclerosis & Related Disorders
Penn Medicine expert, Dr. Amit Bar-Or discusses the latest multiple sclerosis research at Penn Medicine’s Center for Neuroinflammation and Neurotherapeutics at the Perelman School of Medicine.
Featured Articles & Documents |view more
Test Detects Parkinson’s Disease Before Symptoms Present
A technique that identifies the build-up of abnormal protein deposits linked to Parkinson’s disease in cerebrospinal fluid can accurately detect patients with the disease, according to research published in The Lancet Neurology. In addition, ...
Back and Neck Pain: Is It a Normal Part of Getting Older?
Pain in the back or neck is much like gray hair and forgetting where you put the keys — it seems to happen as we grow older. But the question is one of degree.
Celebrating 150 Years of Advances and Achievements at Penn Neurology
The nation’s first Department of Neurology reflects on 150 years of innovation, education, and patient care. From cutting edge research to the training of world-renowned doctors and researchers, the anniversary is an impressive milestone for Penn Neurology.
Blazing the Way for Next Generation Gene and Molecular Therapies
Steve S. Scherer, MD, PhD and Sara-Claude Michon, PhD of Penn Neurology’s Translational Center for Excellence (TCE) for Gene and Molecular Therapy discuss the proactive steps they’re taking to streamline new treatments and clinical trials.
Penn Neurology Researchers Recalibrate in the Wake of the Pandemic
Christopher Favilla, MD; Michael Gelfand, MD, PhD; Christopher Perrone, MD; and Thomas Tropea, DO, explain the evolution of their research over the last two years.
CME Series Presented by Penn Medicine Neurology & Neurosurgery
Our fall CMEs on the updates in the treatment of epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and complex nerve disorders.
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