Latest from University of Miami-Miller School of Medicine

Kottil Rammohan, MD, director of the MS Division and Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence at the University of Miami, discussed the EMD Serono agent’s history and advantages for the patient community.
Leaders from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine detail the most important needs in the field of stroke and steps needed to take in 2020. 
Elevated risk of falling, an indicator of early stage Parkinson Diseas, could be predicted by a simple tandem gait test. 
A study conducted by researchers from the University of Miami reveals a correlation with higher risk of stroke in blacks and hispanics of Caribbean descent than whites. 
Migraine expert Teshamae Monteith, MD, describes how the University of Miami's inpatient migraine service has been a go-to resource for migraine help. 
The world's most premier journal dedicated towards stroke and cerebrovascular health has named Ralph L. Succo, MD, MS as the new editor-in-chief. 
A pre-clinical study showed that supplementing diet with amino acid successfully staves off signs of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
The assistant professor of neurology in the Stroke Division and Department of Neurology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine spoke to the current limitations of advanced imaging to aid in the treatment of stroke.
SAP Partner Banner