DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY GRAND ROUNDS

HOSPITAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Surgery Theatre Room

Ground White, HUP (unless otherwise noted)

12:00 pm

 

NOVEMBER, 2012

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THURSDAY, November 1, 2012    Cancelled

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THURSDAY, November 8, 2012    Jeffrey A. Loeb, M.D., Ph.D.

                                                            Associate Professor of Neurology

                                                            Wayne State University

 

“A Systems Biology Approach to Develop New Treatments For Epilepsy”

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THURSDAY, November 15, 2012  Adam Boxer, MD, PhD

Director, Neuroscience Clinical Research Unit

Director, AD and FTD Clinical Trials Program

Associate Professor of Neurology

University of California, San Francisco

Sandler Neurosciences Center


“New Approaches to Dementia Therapeutics:  Advantages of Frontotemporal Degeneration”

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THURSDAY, November 22, 2012  Cancelled

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THURSDAY, November 29, 2012  Sean Savitz, MD, FAHA

                                                            Associate Professor of Neurology

                                                            University of Texas Medical Center

 

“Stem Cell Therapies for Stroke”

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