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  • Duke Neurology Research Round-Up, October 2018

    Duke Neurology Research Round-Up, October 2018

    Our faculty contributed to 10 new articles in October 2018, including a new potential treatment avenue for a progressive disease that results in blindness, an examination of how exercise preserves white matter in the brain, and an analysis of data from more than 425,000 stroke patients.

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  • O’Brien, Boroquez discuss gut-brain connection, brain repair, and other secrets

    O’Brien, Boroquez discuss gut-brain connection, brain repair, and other secrets

    O'Brien, Boroquez, discuss secrets of the brain, from how gut-brain connections are involved with neurodegenerative diseases, to the resilience of young brains, to potential "statin"-like drugs for Alzheimer's.

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  • New study offers hope for patients suffering from a rare form of blindness

    New study offers hope for patients suffering from a rare form of blindness

    New research from Al La Spada, MD, PhD, offers a potential treatment avenue for patients suffering from a progressive condition that leads to blindness.

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  • Duke University Hospital tops physicians’ choice for neurological conditions

    Duke University Hospital tops physicians’ choice for neurological conditions

    More than 11,000 U.S. physicians ranked Duke University Hospital as a top hospital nationwide for stroke, multiple sclerosis, and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), in a new Medscape survey. 

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Education

We train the next generation of neurologists through our residency and fellowship programs, and training with the Duke School of Medicine.

Research

The Duke Department of Neurology conducts basic, translational, and clinical research in all major areas of neurology.

Patient Care

Our trained neurologists provide patients with state-of-the-art, specialized, and compassionate care. 

Our Department

The Duke Department of Neurology offers exceptional patient care for patients with conditions affecting the brain and nervous system. We also conduct cutting-edge basic, translational, and clinical research, and train the next generation of leaders in neuroscience. 

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43,800

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78

Faculty Members

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37

Neurology Trainees

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$14.8 million

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