The Department of Neurology integrates compassionate care with state-of-the-art research and rigorous medical training. Our expert subspecialty care is aided by the latest medical technology, from life-saving intervention for acute brain trauma to skillful management of chronic illnesses. Learn more.
- Makers showcase MS drugs – Boston Herald article quotes MGH physician Eric Klawiter
- VIDEO: Expert picks top studies in Alzheimer’s, migraine, and stroke at AAN – Family Practice News - video features MGH physician Natalia Rost
- Dr. Mateen wins grand prize at the 2015 Neuro Film Festival.
- 100 Pioneers: Rudolph Tanzi – TIME Magazine article about MGH physician Rudolph Tanzi
- The ALS Association, Harvard Stem Cell Institute, and Massachusetts General Hospital Neurological Clinical Research Institute Collaborate with GlaxoSmithKline on New ALS Clinical Trial
- ALS patients press FDA for quick access to controversial biotech drug – Washington Post article mentions study led by MGH investigator Merit Cudkowicz, quotes MGH spokesperson
- Stroke Rounds: Tenecteplase, DNRs, and Afib – MedPage Today article quotes MGH physician Lee Schwamm
- Biogen drug offers hope for patients with Alzheimer’s – Boston Globe
- A Man's Incomplete Brain Reveals Cerebellum's Role In Thought And Emotion – WABE / NPR (Atlanta, GA) audio report and article quotes MGH physician Jeremy Schmahmann
- A Fast Track to Treatment for Stroke Patients – Wall Street Journal article quotes MGH physician Lee Schwamm
- Harvard prevention trial studies tau, Alzheimer's other protein – Reuters coverage of study led by MGH investigator Reisa Sperling
- Bravo, Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne – Slate.com article quotes MGH physician Merit Cudkowicz
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