Penn Medicine Neuroscience Center

Press Releases

April 22, 2015
Anjan Chatterjee, MD, chair of Neurology at PAH, wrote an op-ed piece for the New York Times about the “real worries” regarding an increase in the use of drugs in the workplace to help people energize, focus and limit their need for sleep.
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April 22, 2015
A pair of studies from the Perelman School of Medicine, led by Nabila Dahodwala, MD, an assistant professor of Neurology, demonstrate a correlation between diabetes severity and parkinsonism, or parkinsonian tremors; and examine the caregiving differences between men and women with PD.
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April 17, 2015
In a podcast for the American Academy of Neurology's weekly series interviewing experts from highlighted articles in Neurology, Corey McMillan, PhD, research assistant professor of Neurology in Penn's Frontotemporal Degeneration Center was interviewed about his recent paper with Edward Lee, MD, PhD, assistant professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, on how C90orf72 promoter hypermethylation is neuroprotective.
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The Penn Medicine Neuroscience Center (PMNC) is dedicated to the advancement of our understanding of the brain, spine and peripheral nervous system.

Developing effective treatments and therapies for disorders affecting these areas requires the expertise, dedication and cooperation of scientists from many fields of research.

The departments, centers, and institutes across the medical center are brought together in the PMNC to create an integrated approach to patient care, research and education.
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2015 PMNC Symposium:

This one-day symposium will bring together a wide variety of participants, from those interested in basic  mechanisms that are impaired in brain disorders to others developing strategies for clinical intervention.
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>Read Articles at Research @ Penn                                         PMNC Newsletter - Spring 2014

The Co-Directors of the Penn Medicine Neuroscience Center (PMNC) invite you to become a Member of the PMNC.  All faculty at Penn Medicine who work in any neuroscience-related area are welcome to become Members.

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