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Alzheimer's Disease

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Neuropsychiatric Research Advances Self-Management Programs for Neurological Disorders

Martha Sajatovic, MD explains how her research has led to a self-management program for patients with epilepsy and science to service models for other neurological conditions.

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An Evolving Understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease

Like static on a transistor radio. That is how esteemed cognitive neurophysiologist Charles J. Duffy, MD, PhD, describes the signals generated within aging brains - Innovations in Neurology & Neurosurgery | Fall 2022

Charles Duffy, MD Neurology

Charles J. Duffy, MD, PhD, Named Director of the UH Brain Health & Memory Center

Innovations in Neurology & Neurosurgery | Summer 2022

Charles Duffy, MD Neurology

Esteemed Alzheimer’s Researcher Joins University Hospitals

UH uniquely positioned to contribute to “war on neurodegenerative diseases,” he says - UH Clinical Update | May 2022

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New Alzheimer’s Disease Study Seeks Northeast Ohio Volunteers with Down Syndrome

UH Clinical Update | April 2022

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When Dementia Strikes Educational Class Can Ease the Burden for Families

UH is only health care organization in Northeast Ohio to offer free, well-studied dementia caregiving course - UH Clinical Update | May/June 2021

CENDIVE to Enhance Early-Stage Research Studies for Innovative New Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease

UH Research & Education Update | July 2020

Accelerating Alzheimer's Disease Research

UH joins other health care leaders to advance dementia diagnosis and care - Innovations in Neurology & Neurosurgery | Fall 2019

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