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Our residency program offers comprehensive training with exposure to all areas of neurology.
Our fellowship program offers clinical fellowships in seven neurology subspecialties.
Our strong clinical and basic science research component consistently ranks in the top 30 departments nationally in NIH research support.
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As Chair, it’s a pleasure for me to welcome you to the Neurology Department of the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
The Department is part of the University of Colorado | Anschutz Medical Campus and is one of the largest academic medical centers between Chicago and the West Coast. The School of Medicine is among the top medical schools nationally in NIH funding and partners with numerous nationally recognized affiliated hospitals.
In a recently published study conducted by lead author Teri Schreiner, MD, MPH and colleagues, B-cell-depleting treatment was associated with a higher risk of COVID-19 infection, higher rates of hospitalization, and ICU admission in pediatric patients with MS (POMS) and related disorders. These findings suggest that these therapies, commonly used in the MS field, come with a higher risk of severe infection. NeurologyLive®, May 18, 2023
“We are overall doing a good job medically managing women with epilepsy during pregnancy, and they are doing well,” said the study’s lead author, Naveed Chaudhry, assistant professor of neurology at University of Colorado School of Medicine. “But this research suggests that women with epilepsy are having more stress in pregnancy, some of which may be recognized and at least some of it going unnoticed.” Neurology Today, May 18, 2023
“Most people who are infected have no symptoms and fully recover,” Daniel Pastula, associate professor of neurology, infectious diseases and epidemiology, previously told Newsweek. “A subset, within one to four weeks develop a pretty bad flu-like illness. And a subset of those people develop Powassan neuroinvasive disease. That’s where we are seeing the severity.” Newsweek, May 18, 2023
Exactly one month before the public release of a documentary on Michael J. Fox and his life with Parkinson’s disease (PD), the actor’s research foundation announced a landmark discovery – a novel test that can biologically diagnose the disease in live patients, even before symptoms emerge. “They’ve had a profound impact,” said Amy Amara, MD, of The Michael J. Fox Foundation’s influence on PD research worldwide, including at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. “It has led to an explosion of findings in the literature,” said Amara, a Parkinson’s researcher and professor of Neurology at the CU School of Medicine. CU Anschutz Today, May 15, 2023
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Gifts to the Department of Neurology allow our multiple specialty areas to excel in our commitment to improve patient treatment and care, engage in cutting-edge research, and train the next generation of neurologists.
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