Mission: Delivering quality and relevant information to healthcare professionals treating neurological diseases to help them achieve the best patient care possible.
Vision: NeurologyLive™ offers a print and digital media platform to busy healthcare professionals treating neurological diseases to deliver practice-changing news and insight directly from top medical conferences and researchers.
The platform offers an in-depth look at the hundreds of new treatments in development with ever-expanding mechanisms of action, all during an unprecedented time of growing demand for neurology expertise. The NeurologyLive™ platform connects visitors with the most up-to-date clinical trial results, FDA approvals, practice-changing research, and expert insight.
Through a unique mix of video editorial, like the Peer Exchange platform, NeurologyLive™ offers dynamic discussions with authoritative insights, opinions, and perspectives on critical issues facing today's healthcare professionals. Expert insight is delivered across a variety of outlets, including print, web, video, social media, and email.
Visitors to NeurologyLive™ can rely on accurate and insightful coverage with expert insight of breaking FDA activity, including label revisions, submissions, and review process updates. Additionally, the platform provides insight into phase III findings, phase II results for high unmet needs, and novel clinical trials enrolling participants.
Through this information, NeurologyLive™ delivers direct access to expert insight to improve the lives of patients with neurological diseases, such as dementia or Alzheimer, epilepsy, headache or migraine, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular diseases, sleep medicine, and stroke.
Silas Inman, Senior Vice President, Content, has covered medical news in the oncology space for MJH Life Sciences, the parent company of NeurologyLive, since 2011. In this position, he built OncLive from a fledgling platform to a leading source of oncology news for community oncologists, via in-depth reporting of breaking news from major medical conferences. Prior to joining MJH, Silas, who attended Eastern Michigan University, was an EMT, frontend web developer, and social media/SEO expert. Follow him on Twitter @SilasInman or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alicia Bigica is the Associate Editorial Director for NeurologyLive. Prior to joining MJH Life Sciences in 2019, she helped launch leading resources for medical news in the neurology and dermatology specialties. She earned her degree in Communications from Ramapo College of New Jersey while also tending to her love of medicine as a member of her local ambulance squad. She especially enjoys soaking in the sun at her local beach and cooking for family and friends. Follow her on Twitter @aliciabigica or email her at email@example.com
Matt Hoffman, Managing Editor for NeurologyLive, has covered medical news for MJH Life Sciences since 2017, and previously wrote for HCPLive. He hosts the Mind Moments podcast and Second Opinion on Medical World News. In the past, he has written for Science World Report, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and NJ Advance Media. He attended Rowan University, where he studied journalism and web editing. He enjoys traveling, playing with his dogs, and charcuterie plates. Follow him on Twitter @byMattHoffman or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marco Meglio, Associate Editor for NeurologyLive, has been with the team since October 2019. Prior to joining MJH Life Sciences, he worked in the public relations department for the Somerset Patriots, a minor league baseball team in New Jersey. He graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in journalism and a minor in political science. He spends his downtime playing basketball, hiking, and competing in online video game tournaments. Follow him on Twitter @marcomeglio1 or email him at email@example.com
Abby Reinhard, Assistant Editor for NeurologyLive, joined the MJH Life Sciences team in June 2021. Before joining MJH, she published her first nonfiction book, The Marine Society of the City of New York, 1770-2020, in March 2020. She graduated from Penn State University with a degree in English and honors in secondary education, and she still loves to cheer on the Nittany Lions. When she’s not writing, she enjoys running, reading, traveling, and singing along to movie musicals. Follow her on Twitter @reinhardabigail or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.