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Research Activities

The Department of Neurology is active in basic and clinical research and receives significant financial grant support from governmental and private sources.

Residents are required to participate in basic science or clinical research supervised by attending staff members. They will present their work to the Department and other interested attendees near the end of their PGY-4 year.

Clinical Research

      • Konstantin E. Balashov, MD PhD (Multiple sclerosis) Radiologic and immunologic aspects of MS
      • Jerry M. Belsh, MD (Neuromuscular disorders) Clinical aspects of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, clinical trials, diagnostic criteria
      • Sarah Chen, MD PhD (Neuromuscular disorders) Clinical and electrophysiologic aspects of autoimmune and toxic neuropathies; clinical trials in ALS and diabetic neuropathy
      • Suhayl Dhib-Jalbut, MD (Multiple sclerosis) Clinical trials of immunotherapeutics in MS
      • Brian L. Gerhardstein, MD PhD (General neurology and Headache) Behavioral approaches to headache management
      • Lawrence I. Golbe, MD (Movement disorders), Epidemiology and clinical genetics of progressive supranuclear palsy, clinical trials in PSP and Parkinson’s
      • William G. Johnson, MD (Neurogenetics) Clinical genetics of autism and of Parkinson’s disease
      • Frederick E. Lepore, MD (Neuro-ophthalmology) Ocular migraine, eye movement
      • Ram Mani, MD (Epilepsy) Electroencephalography in the intensive care setting
      • Margery H. Mark, MD (Movement disorders) Clinical drug trials in Parkinson’s disease; exercise in PD
      • M. Maral Mouradian, MD (Movement disorders) Clinical trials in Parkinson’s disease
      • Jacob I. Sage, MD (Movement disorders) Clinical neuroprotection trials in Parkinson’s disease
      • Daniel P. Schneider, MD (Movement disorders) Psychiatric and cognitive aspects of Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, catatonia and other movement disorders
      • Stephen Wong, MD (Epilepsy) Computerized event detection in neurophysiology
      • Laboratory Research

        • Konstantin E. Balashov, MD PhD, Neuroimmunology of multiple sclerosis
        • Suhayl Dhib-Jalbut, MD, Neuroimmunology of multiple sclerosis
        • Kouichi Ito, PhD, Neuroimmunology of multiple sclerosis
        • William G. Johnson, MD, Genetics of autism, Parkinson’s disease; fetal factors in neurodevelopmental disorders
        • Eunsung Junn, PhD, Molecular biology of Parkinson’s disease
        • M. Maral Mouradian, MD, Molecular biology of Parkinson’s disease