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Neurology is the official journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
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Weekly podcast of content from Neurology®, the official journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

  • October 31 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Change in multimodal MRI markers predicts dementia risk in cerebral small vessel disease2) What’s Trending: dabigatran reversal in patients with uncontrolled bleeding This podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the October 31, 2017, issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Matthew Elliot talks with Dr. Hugh Markus about his paper multimodal MRI markers and dementia risk in cerebral small vessel disease. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Bryan Eckerle focuses his interview with Dr. Charles Pollack on dabigatran reversal in patients with uncontrolled bleeding or receiving surgery. DISCLOSURES: Dr. Markus serves as section editor of International Journal of Stroke; serves on the editorial board for Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, and BMC Medicine; serves as Associate Editor for Fronteirs in Neurology; receives publishing royalties from Stroke Medicine (OUP 2016); has consulted and led a teaching session for Astra Zeneca; and has received research support from MRC, NIHR, Stroke Association, EU, Wellcome Trust, The British Heart Foundation, and Alzheimer Research UK. Dr. Eckerle and Dr. Elliot report no disclosures.Dr. Pollack has received research support from Boehringer Ingelheim, Daiichi Sankyo, CSL Behring, Janssen Pharma, AstraZeneca, and Portola; and has served as scientific consultant for Boehringer Ingelheim, BMS/Pfizer, Janssen Pharma, AstraZeneca, and Portola.
  • Delayed Recall - Immunotherapy (November 2017)
    This month’s Delayed Recall episode features Dr. Stacey Clardy’s Lesson of the Week interviews on the topic of immunotherapy, which originally aired in July 2017. In the first interview, Dr. Clardy speaks with Dr. Dennis Bourdette about new immunotherapies in neurology. This interview first appeared in the July 4 episode. In the interview from July 11, Dr. Clardy continues the discussion about new immunotherapies with Dr. Jeffrey Cohen. The third interview, from the July 18 episode, features Dr. Clardy speaking with Dr. Emmanuelle Waubant about immunotherapy as it applies to multiple sclerosis patients. To conclude this episode, we offer Dr. Clardy’s interview with Dr. Anne Cross, in which they talk about immunosuppressants in Neurology; this interview was part of the July 25 episode.
  • November 7 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) This variant alters protein function, but is it pathogenic? (Neurology® Genetics)2) What’s Trending: PFO UpdatesThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the November 7, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Michelle Mauermann talks with Dr. Massimo Pandolfo about his recent Neurology® Genetics editorial, entitled “This variant alters protein function, but is it pathogenic?”. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Nicole Chiota focuses her interview with Dr. Steven Messe on recent PFO/stroke updates. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Mauermann serves on the editorial board of Mayo Clinic Proceedings; receives publishing royalties from Oxford, and has received research support from Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Alnylam Pharmaceuticals.Dr. Pandolfo has served on the scientific advisory boards of Apopharma and Voyager Therapeutics; has served on the editorial boards of Acta Neurologica Belgica, Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases, and Neurology Genetics; is co-holder of a patent for Direct molecular diagnosis of Friedreich’s ataxia; has been a consultant for Biomarin and UCB; has received research support from Biomarin, Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique (Belgium), Offrez-moi-la-lune, Friedreich's Ataxia Research Alliance, and Association Belge contre les Maladies neuro-Musculaires, and receives royalty payments from Athena Diagnositcs for a Friedreich's ataxia diagnostic test.Dr. Chiota reports no disclosures.Dr. Messe has served on the scientific advisory board of the Yale University Cardiovascular Research Group; has received travel funding from the American Academy of Neurology; has received publishing royalties from Up To Date; has been a consultant for Claret Medical; and has received research support from WL Gore, Glaxo Smith Kline, Bayer, Mallinkrodt, and NIH.
  • November 14 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Infliximab for the treatment of central nervous system sarcoidosis: A multi-institutional series2) What’s Trending: Sonic traumatic brain injuryThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the November 14, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Stacey Clardy talks with Dr. Siddharama Pawate and Dr. Jeff Gelfand about their paper on infliximab for treatment of central nervous system sarcoidosis. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Alex Menze focuses his interview with Dr. Jeffrey Kim on the recent speculation around sonic traumatic brain injury.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Gelfand has served on scientific advisory boards for Genentech; has received compensation for consulting with Genentech; has received research support from Quest Diagnostics, Genentech, MedDay, and NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (KL2TR000143); and has received compensation for serving as expert witness in medical-legal consulting. Dr. Pawate has served on scientific advisory board for Biogen, and has received research support from Biogen.Dr. Clardy has received research support from Western Institute for Biomedical Research (WIBR).All other participants report no disclosures.
  • November 21 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Multiparametric MRI changes persist beyond recovery in concussed adolescent hockey players 2) Neurology Today® paper on the increase in gabapentinoid prescriptionThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the November 21, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Ted Burns talks with Dr. Kathryn Manning and Dr. Ravi Menon about their paper regarding the effects of concussion on adolescent hockey players. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Burns focuses his interview with Dr. Christopher Goodman about a recent Neurology Today article discussing the increase in gabapentinoid prescriptions. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Burns is the deputy section editor of the Neurology® podcast; has served on scientific advisory boards for Argenx, UCB, and CSL Behring; has received travel funding/speaker honoraria from Argenx and Alexion; and has received support for consulting activities from UCB Pharma and CSL Behring.Dr. Manning reports no disclosures.Dr. Menon has served on the scientific advisory board of International Initiative for Traumatic Brain Injury Research (NIH/EU/CIHR); has served on the editorial boards of NeuroImage, Journal of Neurophysiology, Scientific Reports, and Tomography; has received research support from Siemens Healthineers, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Canada First Research Excellence Fund, and Brain Canada Foundation; and has received royalty payments from Siemens Healthcare for US Patent 8,193,812.Dr. Goodman reports no disclosures.
  • November 28 2017 Issue
    1) Midlife systemic inflammatory markers are associated with late-life brain volume: The ARIC study2) What’s Trending: Neurology paper on breast feeding, ovulatory years, and risk of multiple sclerosisThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the November 28, 2017 issue of Neurology In the first segment, Dr. Jeff Burns talks with Dr. Keenan Walker about his paper on the association between systemic inflammation and brain volume over time. For our What’s Trending segment, Dr. Stacey Clardy focuses her interview with Dr. Annette Langer-Gould about her recent Neurology article on breast feeding, ovulatory years, and risk of multiple sclerosis.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Burns has served on the DSMB for NIH-funded trials (non-profit entities); serves on the editorial board for Journal of Alzheimer's Disease; has consulted for Grifols, USA; has served on Eli Lilly Amyvid Speaker's Bureau; and has received research support from Eli Lilly, Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, Toyama Chemical Company, Merck, Biogen, AbbVie, Novartis, vTv Therapeutics, Janssen, and NIH (R01AG058557, R01AG053312, R01AG034614, R01AG03367, R01AG043962, P30AG035982, U10NS077356, UL1TR000001)Dr. Walker has received research support from the National Institute of Aging (AG027668, postdoc fellow, 2016-17).Dr. Clardy has received research support from Western Institute for Biomedical Research (WIBR).Dr. Langer-Gould has received research support from Biogen, Roche, NIH, PCORI, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
  • Delayed Recall - Patient Perspectives, Part I (December 2017)
    This month’s Delayed Recall episode is the first in a duo of episodes featuring interviews that focus on the patient perspective. The second part of this feature will appear as the Delayed Recall episode for January 2018. As the first of the three interviews included in December’s episode, we feature an interview by Dr. Ted Burns with Dr. Oliver Sacks regarding Dr. Sacks’ experience with ocular melanoma. This interview originally aired in January 2011, and appeared again as part of a Delayed Recall episode in 2015, which was aired as a tribute to Dr. Sacks following his passing. In the second interview of this episode, from February 19, 2013, Dr. Burns speaks with Dr. Bob Holloway on communicating prognosis for patients with serious neurological diseases. In the third and final interview in this episode, Dr. Burns speaks with Dr. Richard Morton about his essay regarding his experience as a patient. This interview was part of the July 25, 2017 podcast episode.
  • December 5 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Long-term benefit of enzyme-replacement therapy in Pompe disease: A 5-year prospective study2) What’s Trending: ACTH or prednisolone for infantile ataxiaThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the December 5, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Kelly Gwathmey talks with Dr. Nadine van der Beek about her paper on enzyme-replacement therapy in Pompe disease. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Ted Burns focuses his interview with Dr. John Mytinger on the topic of ACTH or prednisolone for infantile ataxia. DISCLOSURES: Dr. Gwathmey reports no disclosures.Dr. van der Beek has received speaker honoraria from Sanofi-Genzyme (paid to to Erasmus MC for further research purposes); and has received research support from Sanofi-Genzyme, Colciencias, ZonMW - the Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development, the Prinses Beatrix Spierfonds, SSWO – Sophia Children’s Hospital Foundation, and TKI-Health Holland.Dr. Burns is the deputy section editor of the Neurology® podcast; has served on scientific advisory boards for Argenx, UCB, and CSL Behring; has received travel funding/speaker honoraria from Argenx and Alexion; and has received support for consulting activities from UCB Pharma and CSL Behring.Dr. Mytinger reports no disclosures.
  • December 12 2017 Issue
    1) Neurology: Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation: Cryptogenic NORSE: Its distinctive clinical features and response to immunotherapy 2) What’s Trending: R&F section update with Dr. Roy StrowdThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the December 12, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Stacey Clardy talks with Dr. Takahiro Iizuka about his paper on diagnosis and treatment of new-onset refractory status epilepticus (NORSE). In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Jeff Ratliff focuses his interview with Dr. Roy Strowd on a highlighted Clinical Reasoning case from the new “Resident & Fellow Rounds” feature debuting in 2018.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Clardy has received research support from Western Institute for Biomedical Research (WIBR). Dr. Langer-Gould has received research support from Biogen, Roche, NIH, PCORI, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Dr. Iizuka serves on editorial boards for Current Treatment Options in Neurology and Rinsho Shinkeigaku (Clinical Neurology), and has received research support from Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation (MTPS20160504012) and the Japan Epilepsy Research Foundation (JERFTENKAN 17002).Dr. Ratliff has received a speaker honorarium from Haverford College. Dr. Strowd serves on the editorial board of Neurology (Resident & Fellow section); and has received research support from the Wake Forest School of Medicine Center for Translational Sciences Award, the KL2 Career Development Award, and the American Academy of Neurology.
  • Delayed Recall - Patient Perspectives, Part II (January 2018)
    Patient Perspectives, Part II (January 2018)This month’s Delayed Recall episode is the second part of our feature including interviews that focus on the patient perspective. The first part of this feature aired as the Delayed Recall episode for December 2017. We feature four interviews in this second installment; the first is Dr. Alberto Espay’s interview with Dr. Ted Burns in the Sept. 3, 2013 episode, in which they discuss Dr. Burns’ cancer diagnosis and his subsequent experience as a patient. In the second interview, with Dr. Lara Marcuse, Dr. Marcuse responds to Dr. Espay’s Sept. 2013 interview with Dr. Burns, and remarks briefly on her own time as a patient. This interview was part of the October 29, 2013 episode. The third interview features Dr. Espay and Dr. Burns once more; they discuss Dr. Burns’ cancer recurrence, as well as Dr. Burns’ view about the kind of care that he believes is important for healthcare providers to focus on. This interview first appeared in the August 1, 2017 episode. Last, we feature an interview from the June 3, 2008 episode, between Dr. Ted Burns and Dr. Bob Joynt, in which Dr. Joynt offers his advice regarding patient treatment.
  • January 2 2018 Issue
    1) Featured Article: Clinical biomarkers differentiate myelitis from vascular and other causes of myelopathy 2) What’s Trending: Clinical Trials in Alzheimer Disease This Neurology® Podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the print issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Stacey Clardy talks with Dr. Carlos Pardo about his paper on clinical biomarkers and differential diagnosis of myelitis. For the “What’s Trending” segment, Dr. Ted Burns speaks with journalist Damian Garde about the recent Clinical Trials in Alzheimer Disease conference. DISCLOSURES: Dr. Clardy has received research support from Western Institute for Biomedical Research (WIBR). Dr. Pardo has served on scientific advisory board for the Transverse Myelitis Association; has received research support from Accorda Pharmaceuticals, Chugai Pharmaceutical Co. LTD, Medimmune, NIH/NINDS (R21NS076381, R01NS055628, R21TW0009741, P30MH075673, 1R01HL130649-01), and the Bart McLean Neuroimmunology Fund from the Transverse Myelitis Association. Dr. Burns is the deputy section editor of the Neurology® podcast; has served on scientific advisory boards for Argenx, UCB, and CSL Behring; has received travel funding/speaker honoraria from Argenx and Alexion; and has received support for consulting activities from UCB Pharma and CSL Behring. Mr. Garde reports no disclosures.
  • January 9 2018 Issue
    1) Featured Article: Quality improvement in neurology: Child neurology quality measure set2) Lesson of the Week: Update on chronic migraine risk factors, management, and treatmentThis Neurology® Podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the January 9, 2018, issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Adam Numis talks with Dr. Jeffrey Buchhalter and Dr. Anup Patel about their quality measure set executive summary article regarding child neurology. For the “Lesson of the Week” segment, Dr. Tesha Monteith speaks with Dr. Stephen Silberstein about chronic migraine.DISCLOSURES:Dr. Numis serves on the editorial team for the Neurology® Resident and Fellow Section; has received speaker honorarium from LivaNova; and has received research support from American Academy of Neurology, Clinical Research Training Fellowship in Epilepsy, 2017-2019, and American Epilepsy Society, Research and Training Fellowships for Clinicians, 2017-2018.Dr. Bucchalter has served on advisory and safety monitoring boards for NIH, NINDS, Observational Safety Monitoring Board for NIH, and the Charlie Foundation; has received travel and speaker honoraria from AAN, Eisai Co. Ltd., Child Neurology Society, Lundbeck, and Upsher-Smith Labs; serves on the editorial board for Pediatric Neurology; has consulted in the past with Lundbeck Inc., Eisai Co. Ltd., UCB, and Upsher-Smith; and has received research support from Alberta Health Services.Dr. Patel has served on scientific advisory board for UCB Pharma; has served as book and associate editor for Journal of Child Neurology; has consulted for Greenwich Biosciences, LivaNova, and Supernus; and has received research support from Greenwich Biosciences, Brain Sentinel, Upsher Smith Pharmaceuticals, LivaNova, Pediatric Epilepsy Research Foundation (PERF), and American Academy of Neurology (AAN).Dr. Silberstein has served on scientific advisory boards for Alder, Allergan, Amgen, Avanir, eNeura, ElectroCore Medical, Medscape, Medtronic, Mitsubishi Tanabe, Neuralieve, NINDS, Pfizer, Supernus, Teva, Curelator, Depomed, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Lilly, and Trigemina; has served on editorial boards for Cephalalgia, Current Pain and Headache Reports, CNS Drugs, Topics in Pain Management, and Neurology; has consulted for Allergan, Amgen, eNeura, ElectroCore Medical, Mitsubishi Tanabe, Medtronic, Neuralieve, Pfizer, Supernus, and Teva; served on speaker's bureaus in the past for Allergan, Endo Pharmaceuticals, GlaxoSmithKline, Zogenix, and Merck; and has received research support from GlaxoSmithKline, Allergan, Merck, Novartis, NIH, Neurolieve, MAP, Endo, Amgen, ElectroCore, Avanir, NIH, AHS, and IHS.Dr. Monteith serves as an editorial advisory board member for Neurology Now and receives research support from the NIH.
  • January 16 2018 Issue
    1. Featured Article: Practice guideline update summary: Mild cognitive impairment2. Lesson of the Week: Migraine and hormonesThis Neurology® Podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the January 16, 2018, print issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Jeff Burns talks with Dr. Ronald Petersen about the updated 2001 AAN guideline on prevalence, prognosis, and treatment of MCI. For the Lesson of the Week, Dr. Teshamae Monteith speaks with Dr. Jelena Pavlovic about the association between hormones and migraine. DISCLOSURES: Dr. Burns has served on the DSMB for NIH-funded trials (non-profit entities); serves on the editorial board for Journal of Alzheimer's Disease; has consulted for Grifols, USA; has served on Eli Lilly Amyvid Speaker's Bureau; and has received research support from Eli Lilly, Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, Toyama Chemical Company, Merck, Biogen, AbbVie, Novartis, vTv Therapeutics, Janssen, and NIH (R01AG058557, R01AG053312, R01AG034614, R01AG03367, R01AG043962, P30AG035982, U10NS077356, UL1TR000001).Dr. Petersen receives publishing royalties from Mild Cognitive Impairment (Oxford University Press, 2003); has consulted for Roche Incorporated, Merck, Genentech, and Biogen; and receives research support from National Institute on Aging (U01-AG006786, P50-AG016574, U01-AG024904, and U01-AG016976). Dr. Monteith serves as an editorial advisory board member for Neurology Now and receives research support from the NIH.Dr. Pavlovic has received consulting honoraria and travel support from Allergan, Inc. and travel/conference registration support from The American Headache Society.
  • Jan 23 2018 Issue
    1) Featured Article: Collateral response modulates the time–penumbra relationship in proximal arterial occlusions2) Lesson of the Week: Migraine and neuromodulationThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the January 23, 2018, issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Kevin Barrett talks with Dr. Smriti Agarwal about her paper on collateral circulation in proximal arterial occlusions and extending the scope of thrombolytic therapy. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Teshamae Monteith focuses her Lesson of the Week interview with Dr. Stewart Tepper on acute and preventative neuromodulation treatment for migraine. DISCLOSURES: Dr. Barrett serves on the editorial board of Neurology and Neurohospitalist; has received research/grant support from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for serving on the executive committees of the CREST-2 and SHINE clinical trials; and receives publishing royalties from Wiley Blackwell.Dr. Agarwal reports no disclosures.Dr. Monteith serves as an editorial advisory board member for Neurology Now and receives research support from the NIH.Dr. Tepper is a member of the board for the American Headache Society and has been a consultant for or participated on a paid advisory board for Acorda Therapeutics, Inc; Alder BioPharmaceuticals, Inc; Allergan plc; Amgen, Inc; Avanir Pharmaceuticals, Inc; BioVision, Inc; Charleston Laboratories, Inc; Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, Ltd; electroCore, LLC; eNeura, Inc; Eli Lilly and Company; GLG Pharma, LLC; Guidepoint Inc, LLC, Ltd; Kimberly-Clark Corporation; Pernix Therapeutics Holdings, Inc; Pfizer, Inc; Scion NeuroStim, LLC; Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Ltd; and Zosano Pharma, Corp.
  • January 30 2018 Issue
    1. Featured Article: Racial disparities in refusal of stroke thrombolysis in Chicago2. Lesson of the Week: Emergency management of migraineThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the January 30, 2018, issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Jennifer Majersik talks with Dr. Scott Mendelson about his paper on differences in tPA refusal in black vs non-black patients with acute ischemic stroke. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Teshamae Monteith focuses her Lesson of the Week interview with Dr. Benjamin Friedman on IV prochlorperazine plus diphenhydramine vs IV hydromorphone for emergency migraine treatment.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Majersik serves on the editorial board for Neurology; receives research support from National Institutes of Health (grant U10 NS086606); and served as an expert witness for FAVROS, LCC. Dr. Mendelson has received travel honoraria from Medtronic; has received research support from University of Chicago and Institute of Medicine of Chicago. Dr. Monteith serves as an editorial advisory board member for Neurology Now and receives research support from the NIH. Dr. Friedman reports no disclosures.
  • Delayed Recall - February 2018
    This month's Delayed Recall episode comprises an update regarding recent developments in the field of stroke, and includes four interviews from 2017 that focused on this topic. The first interview aired in the September 12 episode, and features a discussion between Dr. Kevin Barrett and Dr. Tudor Jovin regarding the recent DAWN trial. Next, Dr. David Ackerman and Dr. Gene Latorre take a look at the stroke rehabilitation quality measurement set update that was published in Neurology® in October of 2017. This interview appeared as part of the Oct. 10 podcast episode. The third interview of this month's Delayed Recall was featured in the October 24 episode; in it, Dr. Justin Sattin talks about the use of Tenecteplase for acute ischemic stroke with Dr. Nicola Logallo. The final interview, by Dr. Nichole Chiota with Dr. Steven Messe, covers the recent PFO Update. This segment was featured in the November 7 episode.
  • February 6 2018 Issue
    Featured Article: Burnout, Wellness, and the Future of Our ProfessionThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the February 6, 2018, issue of Neurology. This week, Dr. Ted Burns talks with Dr. Terry Cascino about his special address on burnout and the future of neurology. DISCLOSURES: Dr. Burns is the deputy section editor of the Neurology® podcast; has served on scientific advisory boards for Argenx, UCB, and CSL Behring; has received travel funding/speaker honoraria from Argenx and Alexion; and has received support for consulting activities from UCB Pharma and CSL Behring. Dr. Cascino is the immediate past president of the American Academy of Neurology.
  • February 13 2018 Issue
    1. Featured Article: Medical Retirement from Sport after Concussions: a practical guide for a difficult discussion2. What’s Trending: CGRP drugs and treatment of migraineThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the February 13, 2018 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Jason Crowell talks with Dr. James Noble about his Neurology® Clinical Practice paper on athletes who retire from sport following concussion. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Tesha Monteith focuses her interview with Dr. Peter Goadsby on CGRP and migraine. DISCLOSURES: Dr. Crowell reports no disclosures. Dr. Noble received travel honoraria for the Big 10/Ivy League concussion summit; has a pending patent for a real-time concussion diagnostic tool; has consulted with Prophase, LLC; has received research support from NIH (U54 NS081765, R01 NS067443, R01AG054536, T35 AG044303); and holds stock options in BATS-TOI. Dr. Goadsby has consulted for Akita, Allergan, Amgen, Autonomic Technologies Inc, Avanir, Cipla, Dr Reddy's Laboratories, Eli-Lilly, Electrocore, eNeura, Pfizer, Scion, Teva, and Trigemina; serves on editorial boards for NEJM Journal Watch, and Neurology Up-to-Date; receives publishing royalties for Mechanism and Management of Headache (Elsevier 2005); holds stock options in Trigemina Inc.; and receives research support from Amgen, and Eli-Lilly. Dr. Monteith serves as an editorial advisory board member for Neurology Now and receives research support from the NIH.
  • February 20 2018 Issue
    1. Featured Article: Intravenous thrombolysis and platelet count2. What’s Trending: Gene Drives, part IThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the February 6, 2018, issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Kevin Barrett talks with Dr. Henrik Gensicke about his article on the effect of platelet count on bleeding risk and mortality in stroke patients treated with IV thrombolysis. In the second part of the podcast, you’ll hear the first part of Dr. Ted Burns’ interview with Dr. Kevin Esvelt about gene drives.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Barrett serves on the editorial board of Neurology and Neurohospitalist; has received research/grant support from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for serving on the executive committees of the CREST-2 and SHINE clinical trials; and receives publishing royalties from Wiley Blackwell. Dr. Gensicke receives research support from Swiss National Science Foundation (33CM30-124119 and P300PB_161071). Dr. Burns is the deputy section editor of the Neurology® podcast; has served on scientific advisory boards for Argenx, UCB, and CSL Behring; has received travel funding/speaker honoraria from Argenx and Alexion; and has received support for consulting activities from UCB Pharma and CSL Behring. Dr. Esvelt reports no disclosures.

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