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Neurology Grand Rounds

Neurology Grand rounds are an important and long-standing teaching ritual of Academic Neurology. Our Neurology Grand Rounds lectures comprise presentations of the latest cutting edge research, advances in educational methods, evidence-based practice approaches, and clinical case discussions by eminent faculty within and beyond MUSC. In particular, on a bimonthly basis, we hold a Neurology Grand Rounds Plenary Lecture Series, involving a lecture delivered by a distinguished academician of national/international renown on a contemporary topic pertaining to neurological disease. Our grand rounds lectures which take place on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the 8th Floor Auditorium of the MUSC Storm Eye Institute are open for attendance by members of the MUSC community and beyond. Most lectures are recorded.

Lectures

Lectures are recorded using Panopto.

January 17, 2019 "Identification and Treatment of Opioid Use Disorders in Medical Settings"
Dr. Kelly S. Bath January 17, 2019

November 15, 2018 “Autism and Vaccination: Case Management of a Complex Case with Novel Scientific Claims"
Judge Stuart R. Berger

October 25, 2018  "An Update on Migraines - What's New"   
Dr. Mimi Sohn 

October 4, 2018 “Chronic Pain and Pain Rehabilitation”
Dr. Rebecca Kilpatrick 

September 27, 2018 "Post-Hemorrhagic Hydrocephalus - Pathophysiology and Treatment Options" 
Dr. Ramen Eskandari 

August 23, 2018 “Sleep and Sleep Deprivation in Physicians”
Dr. Robert Vorona 

August 16, 2018 "Neurobiology of Moral Cognition: Lessons from Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders"
Dr. Ezequiel Gleichgerrcht

August 9, 2018 "Stroke Risks in the Southeast: Implications for Hypertension Control"
Dr. Dan Lackland 

August 2, 2018 "The Changing Landscape of Medical Education"
Dr. Donna Kern

June 14, 2018 "Moving Towards Greater Precision in Diagnosis and Prognosis in Alzheimer's Disease"
Dr. David Wolk 

April 5, 2018 “Vision Rehabilitation of Patients with Stroke/TBI"
Dr. James Hill and Shirley Anderson 

February 15, 2018 "Alzheimer's Disease"
Dr. Nabil Atalla

February 8, 2018 "The CDC Opioid Prescribing Guideline--what every neurologist needs to know."
Dr. Jerome Kurent 

January 18, 2018 "Mysteries in History"
Dr. Robert Adams

January 11, 2018  "Treatment of Diffuse Gliomas in Adults: What’s New?" 
Dr. David Cachia

December 14, 2017 “Fungal infections of the nervous system” 
Dr. Zeke Campbell 

December 07, 2017  "Genetics, EEG and Epilepsy: an old technology teaches us new tricks”
Dr. Douglas Nordli 

November 02, 2017 “Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and other prion diseases” 
Dr. Brian Appleby  

October 19, 2017 “Delirium at MUSC: Past, Present and Future”
Dr. Benjamin Kalivas

October 05, 2017 “Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea”
Dr. Chitra Lal

September 28, 2017  “What is it about your Stroke Risk and Where You Live (and When you Lived there):  Data from the National REGARDS Cohort Study” 
Dr. Virginia Howard

August 31, 2017 “Progress on Anti-Aβ Immunotherapy. Is the Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease within our Reach or Grasp” 
Dr. Martin Sadowski   

August 3, 2017 "Post-stroke Limb Spasticity"
Dr. Wayne Feng