AAN Clinical Research Training Fellowship Recipients

Neurology Today talks with up and coming investigators in the field – the 2010 and 2011 AAN Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship recipients – about their current clinical research.
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Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 7:20
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M. Brandon Westover, MD, PhD, an Epilepsy Fellow in the CashLab at Massachusetts General Hospital, and a recipient of the 2012 American Brain Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship, talks to Neurology Today about his hopes to use automated EEG signals to detect delayed stroke after subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 4:35
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Dr. Jeff Waugh, a recent recipient of the American Brain Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship, is in his fifth and final year of residency at Children’s Hospital Boston. Here, he talks about his plans to study dystonia in children and adults — to find out whether the same changes in brain connectivity are present in both groups.
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 4:24
Neurology Today 
Dr. Kiran Maski instructor of neurology at Harvard Medical School and clinician in the departments of child neurology and sleep medicine at Children's Hospital Boston talks about how she hopes to use her AAN fellowship to study sleep medicine and daytime cognition in children with autism, and how to improve family dynamics in the process. For the full commentary, see the June 7 issue of Neurology Today.
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 9:41
Neurology Today 
Vikas Kotagal, MD, a fellow in movement disorders and neurodegenerative diseases in the department of neurology at the University of Michigan was recently awarded an AAN Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship. Listen as he talks to Neurology Today about his work to understand the clinical differences behind patients with tremor-predominant gait-predominant manifestations of Parkinson’s disease, and how he hopes this will improve patient care.
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 4:52
Dr. Peter Adamczyk, 2011 recipient of the AAN Clinical Research Training Fellowship, will use his award to study thrombi retrieved by catheters and their influence on stroke patient outcomes. Listen as Dr. Adamczyk, a fellow Physician at the UCLA Medical Center, talks to Neurology Today about new approaches for stroke therapy.
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 7:52
Listen as Dr. Jörg Dietrich talks to Neurology Today about his research using biomarkers to choose therapies, and to predict and monitor treatment response, in patients with malignant gliomas.
Creator: Olga Rukovets
Duration: 6:18
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Listen as fetal neurologist Dr. Tomo Tarui talks to Neurology Today about his award-winning proposal to study Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome, a severe fetal disease that occurs in the second trimester of identical twin pregnancy.
Creator: Neurology Today
Duration: 7:13
Neurology Today 
Listen to AAN Foundation Clinical Training Fellowship recipient Kevin N. Sheth, MD, discuss his novel research on predictors of outcome in TBI with Neurology Today!