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Research

From exploring the underlying causes of Alzheimer's disease to designing an iPhone app to help people manage multiple sclerosis, the Duke Department of Neurology conducts transformational basic, transformational, and clinical research in all major areas of neurology. Click on the links on the left to learn more about our work.

We are actively seeking collaborators, both from other neurosciences and other disciplines. Some of our current partners include the Duke Departments of Neurobiology, Immunology, Neurosurgery, and Statistical Sciences.

The Neurology Department is committed to conducting research in an ethical manner that is free from bias or manipulation. The Department's Kirby Gottschalk, PhD, is leading an effort to ensure that our research meets proper procedures. Read his full report here.