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The Future of Neurology
April 20, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am EDT
MGB Neurology Grand Rounds/Dr. C. Miller Fisher Memorial Lecture
The Future of Neurology – A View From NIH
- Foreknowledge of major breakthroughs that will change the practice of Neurology.
- Understanding the NINDS’s role in advancing the care of persons with neurological disorders.
- One person’s view of the impact that Dr. C Miller Fisher had on Neurology.
Target Audience: Physicians, physician assistants, scientists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals interested in neurological diseases – Harvard community.
Course Co-Directors: Tracy Batchelor, MD, MPH (BWH site) and Merit Cudkowicz, MD, MSc (MGH site)
Presenter: Walter Koroshetz, MD, Director, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Dr. Koroshetz serves as Director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. He joined NINDS in 2007 as Deputy Director and has co-led the NIH’s BRAIN Initiative, the Neuroscience Blueprint, the Traumatic Brain Injury Center with the Uniformed Health Services University, the Helping to End Addiction Long Term (HEAL) Initiative, the Undiagnosed Disease, and the Acute to Chronic Pain Transition Programs, NIH Emergency Care Research and the Post Acute Sequalae of COVID-19 Initiative. Before NINDS, Dr. Koroshetz served as the Neurology Vice Chair and Director of stroke and neurointensive care, leading neurology resident training at Massachusetts General Hospital as a Harvard professor.
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