DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY GRAND ROUNDS

HOSPITAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Surgery Theatre Room

Ground White, HUP (unless otherwise noted)

12:00 pm

 

FEBRUARY, 2013

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THURSDAY, February 7, 2013      Anne M. Connolly, MD

Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics

Neuromuscular Division Washington University

 

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy; Hope, Hype, and Promise of Treatment

_______________________________________________________________________________________ng medical education for Medical SchoolUniversitynd Faculty Development

 

THURSDAY, February 14, 2013    James E. Galvin, MD, MPH
Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry, Nutrition and Population Health, Director of Clinical Operations, Comprehensive Center on Brain Aging, Director, Pearl Barlow Center for Memory Evaluation and Treatment, and Associate Director and Education Core Leader, Alzheimer Disease Center

New York University Langone School of Medicine

 

“Cognitive Change in Parkinson’s Disease"

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THURSDAY, February 21, 2013    Stelios M. Smirnakis, MD, PhD

                                                            Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience

                                                            Baylor College of Medicine

 

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THURSDAY, February 28, 2013    Brian Litt, MD

                                                            Professor of Neurology and Bioengineering

 

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