Drs. Ramzi Salloum and Michael Okun co-authored new JAMA Neurology viewpoint article.
Human trial of closed-loop DBS in four participants with difficult-to-treat Tourette syndrome finds treatment to be safe, beneficial.
Dr. Michael Okun provides insight into a study by researchers in Switzerland looking into the causes of “freezing” in Parkinson’s.
Researchers find impulse control disorders are likely more common with Parkinson’s disease due to underreporting by patients in questionnaires.
Researchers explore a case of acute akinetic mutism caused by cerebral fat embolisms from hemoglobin sickle cell disease.
Under new grant, a research team co-led by Dr. Malú Gámez Tansey will investigate possible links between the immune system and neurodegeneration in frontotemporal dementia.
Researchers find that the brain may benefit from a novel stimulation pattern called TOPS instead of chronic continuous, standard stimulation with DBS.
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Dr. Coralie de Hemptinne honored with Stanley Fahn Junior Faculty Award to advance her research into new neuromodulation strategies for movement disorders.
Under new $2.2 million grant, multidisciplinary team to study mechanisms involved with systemic inflammation in rodent models of Alzheimer’s disease.