Authors



Anna Underhill, BS

Latest:

Overcoming the Complexities With Gene Therapy in ALS: Anna Underhill, BS

The postdoctoral researcher at King’s College London provided background on why gene therapies have not seen as much success in treating ALS, and the need for additional validation of genetic mutations. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]


Andrea Quattrone, PhD

Latest:

Andrea Quattrone, MD: The Importance of Early Differentiation Between PSP and Parkinson

The neurology resident at Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro also touched on how accurate early diagnoses can help hone clinical trial recruitment.


Alfonso Fasano, MD, PhD

Latest:

Evaluating Therapeutic Targets for Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson Disease: Alfonso Fasano, MD, PhD

The professor of neurology at the University of Toronto provided insight on several prominent targets in the brain for deep brain stimulation, including emerging ones that may not gain as much attention. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]


Leo Petrossian, PhD, MBA

Latest:

Leo Petrossian, PhD, MBA: Accelerating Optimization of Epilepsy Management

The CEO of Nile AI spoke to how the newly founded company plans to develop data science techniques to improve the optimization of epilepsy care and management.


Temitope Lawal, MD

Latest:

The Need for More Time in Movement Disorder Care: Temitope Lawal, MD

The neurologist and movement disorders fellow at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center spoke about the need for clinicians to have more time with patients in clinical practice, particularly with those with chronic diseases. [WATCH TIME: 2 minutes]


Ava L. Liberman, MD

Latest:

Assessing In-Hospital Stroke Risk in Pregnant Patients Using Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Ava L. Liberman, MD

The medical director of the Stroke Center at Weill Cornell Medicine talked about results from a recent study on the risk of stroke in patients on assisted reproductive technologies during delivery hospitalization. [WATCH TIME: 4 minutes]


Nathaniel Fletcher Watson, MD

Latest:

Managing Insomnia: Practical Advice for Community Physicians

Closing their discussion on insomnia, panelists share final thoughts and advice for community physicians.


Steven Shapiro, MD

Latest:

Stroke: A Looming Threat for Younger Adults

Steven Shapiro, MD, medical director for Stroke Services at RWJBarnabas Health’s Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center, highlighted some of the reasons why stroke occurs in younger adults under the age of 45 and the risk factors as well as preventative measures this population should be aware of.


Martin Tolar, MD, PhD

Latest:

Altering Alzheimer Care Landscape With New, Advanced Therapeutics: Martin Tolar, MD, PhD

The president and CEO at Alzheon shared recent insights into neurodegenerative diseases that suggest a single toxic trigger may be responsible for conditions like Alzheimer disease, leading to potential early intervention and treatment strategies. [WATCH TIME: 10 minutes]


Mary Ann Picone, MD, FAAN, FACP

Latest:

Summer 2024 – Letter From the Editor

It’s hard to be in medicine at the moment, and one day’s recognition is not enough. As your peer, I honor my fellow physicians today and every day.


Joohi Jimenez-Shahed, MD

Latest:

Advanced Parkinson Disease: Looking Ahead

Panelists look ahead in the management of advanced Parkinson disease and discuss the promise of different investigational therapies.


Rita Sattler, MD, MSc

Latest:

Future Role of Neurofilament Light in ALS Drug Development, Clinical Trials: Rita Sattler, PhD, MSc

The professor in the Department of Translational Neuroscience at Barrow Neurological Institute provided perspective on the approval of tofersen (Qalsody; Biogen) for patients with ALS and the ways neurofilament light will be used going forward. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]


Jacob Pellinen, MD

Latest:

Cenobamate's Efficacy in Drug-Resistant Epilepsy: Jacob Pellinen, MD

The assistant professor of neurology at University of Colorado School of Medicine discussed findings on the impact of cenobamate on hospital visits and emergency care for patients with drug-resistant epilepsy following surgery. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]


Brent D. Aulston, PhD

Latest:

Preclinical Research on CRISPR-Based Gene Editing for Alzheimer Disease Treatment: Brent D. Aulston, PhD

The postdoctoral fellow at the University of California San Diego discussed using CRISPR-based gene editing to alter the amyloid precursor protein gene in mice models with symptoms of Alzheimer disease. [WATCH TIME: 5 minutes]


Michael Y. Sy, MD, PhD

Latest:

Addressing the Unmet Needs of Managing MS Symptoms: Michael Y. Sy, MD, PhD

The associate professor of clinical neurology at University of California, Irvine School of Medicine talked about addressing the critical unmet needs in disability progression among patients with multiple sclerosis. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]


Bijoy E. John, MD

Latest:

Spring Forward or Fall Back: Time-Change Sleep Problems

Bijoy E. John, MD, founder and medical director of Sleep Wellness Clinics of America (Nashville) and Sleep Fix Academy, discussed the health risks associated with daylight saving time changes.


Mike Hennessy Sr, Founder and Chairman, MJH Life Sciences

Latest:

Questions Linger Around COVID-19’s Origin

Mike Hennessy Sr, Chairman and founder, MJH Life Sciences™, offers his perspective on the questions around the origin of COVID-19 and applauds the extensive efforts to produce vaccines.


Stephanie Teixeira-Poit, PhD

Latest:

Feasibility of Incorporating an Interprofessional Student Program to Other Institutions, Universities: Stephanie Teixeira-Poit, PhD

The associate professor at the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University provided insight on the widespread feasibility of a new initiative that aims to teach and attract young professionals to the MS field. [WATCH TIME: 4 minutes]


Donald Negroski, MD

Latest:

Future Research Efforts in Aging MS

In the final episode, Negroski gave closing thoughts on some of the major unmet needs in research regarding aging in MS, as well as some of the unanswered questions clinicians are still trying to figure out.


Shephard Mpofu, MD

Latest:

Published Phase 3 Data Demonstrates Unprecedented Improvements in SMA Type 1 Compared With Natural History

The senior vice president and chief medical officer at Novartis Gene Therapies shared his perspective on the recent clinical trial results for Zolgensma in SMA type 1.


Tanya Simuni, MD, FAAN

Latest:

Next Steps in Bringing PD Staging System to Clinic: Tanya Simunui, MD

The head of the division of movement disorder at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine discussed the steps necessary in bringing a newly established Parkinson disease defining system to clinical settings. [WATCH TIME: 4 minutes]


Alexandria Reynolds, PhD

Latest:

Building a Healthy Learning Environment for Young Medical Professionals: Alexandria Reynolds, PhD

The undergraduate program director at the University of South Carolina discussed the shift in teaching strategies for those in neurology and why more hands-on experience serves students better. [WATCH TIME: 5 minutes]


Mona Bostick, RDN, LDN, MSCS

Latest:

Enacting Necessary Changes to the MS Care Model: Mona Bostick, RDN, LDN, MSCS

Discussing adaptations to the comprehensive care model in multiple sclerosis, the founder of MS Bites commented on the need to consistently incorporate dietitians. [WATCH TIME: 6 minutes]



Richard Nowak, MD, MS

Latest:

Advancing Research in Myasthenia Gravis With Clinician-Patient Partnership: Richard Nowak, MD, MS

The assistant professor of neurology at the Yale School of Medicine spoke about the strength in the patient-clinician relationship in ensuring quality care for myasthenia gravis. [WATCH TIME: 4 minutes]


Leeron Nahmias, BS

Latest:

Using the Cognitive Stress Test to Distinguish Pre-MCI and Amnestic MCI: Leeron Nahmias, BS

The medical student at Nova Southeastern University provided insight on a new innovative tool called the Cognitive Stress Test that can help distinguish different cognitive states for older adults. [WATCH TIME: 6 minutes]


John Parkinson

Latest:

CDC and FDA Announce Stroke Safety Concern Related to Pfizer-BioNTech Bivalent COVID-19 Vaccine

Despite previous data suggesting no link, the CDC and FDA will continue to review all evidence for possible increased risk of ischemic stroke.


Patrick Kwan, MD, PhD, FRCP

Latest:

Empowering Patient Voice in Epilepsy Treatment and Strategies for Seizure Freedom: Patrick Kwan, MD, PhD, FRCP

The professor of neurology in the department of neuroscience at Monash University discussed implementation strategies for treatment approaches to achieve seizure freedom in patients with epilepsy. [WATCH TIME: 5 minutes]


Sara Pavitt, MD

Latest:

Using a Novel Educational Intervention to Improve Overall Knowledge of Headache: Sara Pavitt, MD

The chief of headache at UT Austin Dell Children’s Hospital provided insight on a new series designed to deliver longitudinal comprehensive pediatric headache education. [WATCH TIME: 3 minutes]

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