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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.

  • August 29 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Prognostic relevance of MOG antibodies in children with an acquired demyelinating syndrome2) What’s Trending: CTE and American football playersThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the August 29, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Nicholas Brenton talks with Dr. Kevin Rostásy about his paper on the prognostic relevance of MOG antibodies in children with an acquired demyelinating syndrome. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Jason Crowell focuses his interview with Dr. Jesse Mez on chronic traumatic encephalopathy and American football players. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Rostásy serves on a scientific advisory board for Novartis regarding a fingolimod project, and has received speaker honoraria for Merck-Serono.Dr. Smith serves on the Celegene data monitoring committee; serves as editor for NeuroLearn; has consulted for Regenesis, Allergan, and Viromed; and receives research support from Impeto Medical, and NIDDK (DK064814), NINDS (U10NS077305 and U10NS086606).All other participants report no disclosures.
  • Delayed Recall - September 2017
    The first interview in this month’s Delayed Recall episode is from March 17, 2015; in this interview, Dr. Howard Goodkin and Dr. Robert Stern discuss the effect that age of first exposure to football has on later-life cognitive impairment in former NFL players. The second interview, from August 29, 2017, is a discussion between Dr. Jason Crowell and Dr. Jesse Mez about a July 2017 JAMA paper on occurrence of CTE in American football players. In the third interview, Dr. Christopher Giza speaks with Dr. John Hart about Dr. Hart’s paper regarding depressive symptoms and white matter dysfunction in retired NFL players with concussion history. This interview originally appeared in the July 1, 2013 episode. The fourth and final interview is a discussion between Dr. Ted Burns and former NFL player Ben Utecht, regarding Mr. Utecht’s Sept 23, 2014 editorial, “Concussed.”
  • September 5 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Longitudinal diffusion changes following postoperative delirium in older people without dementia2) What’s Trending: Poor sleep is associated with CSF biomarkers of amyloid pathology in cognitively normal adultsThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the September 5, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Pearce Korb talks with Dr. Michele Cavallari and Dr. David Alsop about their paper on longitudinal diffusion changes following postoperative delirium in people without dementia. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Jeff Burns focuses his interview with Dr. Barbara Bendlin on poor sleep and biomarkers of amyloid pathology in cognitively normal adults. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Alsop serves as associate editor for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; has received research support from GE Healthcare Technologies, NIH (P01 AG031720, R01 MH080729, R01 NS047029, R21 EB014471, R01 CA169470, P20 DK108276, R44 DK111260); and receives royalty payments for Patent 7,545,142 (arterial spin labeling with pulsed radio frequency sequences) and from GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Siemens Medical, Hitachi Medical, and Animage Technology.Dr. Cavallari has received research support from NIA (P01AG03172).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. Bendlin serves as associate editor for Journal of Alzheimer's Disease; and has received research support from NIH/NIA (Alzheimer's Disease Connectome Project, U01AG051216, P50 AG033514, R01AG037639, R56AG052698, R21AG053738, P50 AG033514, 1U54AI117924).Dr. Korb reports no disclosures.
  • September 12 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) National randomized controlled trial of virtual house calls for Parkinson disease2) Neurology Today: Interview with Joseph Safdieh, the new Editor-in-Chief of Neurology Today®This podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the September 12, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Jeff Ratliff talks with Dr. Ray Dorsey about his paper on virtual house calls for Parkinson disease. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Andy Southerland interviews Dr. Joseph Safdieh about Dr. Safdieh’s new position as Editor in Chief of Neurology Today. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Ratliff has received a speaker honorarium from Haverford College.Dr. Dorsey has served on the scientific advisory boards of Shire Pharmaceuticals and Huntington's Disease Society of America; has received travel funding and/or honoraria from the American Academy of Neurology and the American Neurological Association; has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Huntington's Disease, HD Insights, and Digital Biomarkers; has been a consultant for 23andMe, Abbott Nutrition, Abbvie, Amgen, Biogen, Clintrex, GlaxoSmithKline, Grand Rounds, Lundbeck MC10, MedAvante, Medico Legal services, NIH/NINDS Optio, Shire, Sunovion Pharma, Teva, UCB, Voyager Therapeutics, State of Georgia, Mednick Associates, and Putnam Associates; has performed clinical practice, including telemedicine, as a movement disorder neurologist; has received research support from Abbvie, AMC Health, Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, BioMarin, GlaxoSmithKline, Great Lakes Neurotechnologies, Lundbeck, Medtronic, Prana Biotechnology, Raptor Pharmaceuticals, Roche, Teva Pharmaceuticals, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, University of California Irvine, Duke University, Burroughs Wellcome Fund, Davis Phinney Foundation, Michael J. Fox Foundation, Safra Foundation, Greater Rochester Health Foundation, Huntington Study Group, and National Science Foundation; holds Grand Rounds and BlackFlynn stock options; and has received compensation for expert testimony.Dr. Southerland serves as Podcast Editor for Neurology; receives research support from the American Heart Association-American Stroke Association National Clinical Research Program, American Academy of Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Health Resources Services Administration and the NIH; has a provisional patent application titled: “Method, system and computer readable medium for improving treatment times for rapid evaluation of acute stroke via mobile telemedicine;” and gave legal expert review.Dr. Safdieh has served on the scientific advisory board for Upsher Smith; is the Editor-in-Chief of Neurology Today, has received publishing royalties from Elsevier, and has performed consultant work regarding legal proceedings.
  • September 19 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Medication-overuse headache: An entrenched idea in need of scrutiny 2) What’s Trending: DAWN TrialThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the September 19th, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Alex Menze talks with Dr. Elizabeth Loder about her paper on medication overuse headache. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Kevin Barrett focuses his interview with Dr. Tudor Jovin on the DAWN trial on Trevo thrombectomy for acute ischemic stroke. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Menze reports no disclosures.Dr. Loder has received travel funding from the American Headache Society and American Migraine Foundation and The British Medical Journal; has served on the editorial boards of The British Medical Journal, Cephalalgia, and Headache; receives publishing royalties from Cambridge University Press; and has received research support from Harvard Medical School.Dr. Barrett serves on the editorial boards of Neurology and Neurohospitalist; receives publishing royalties from Wiley-Blackwell; and has received research support from NINDS.Dr. Jovin has served on the Codman Neurovascular Data Safety Monitoring Board; has received travel funding from Stryker Neurovascular and Fundacio Ictus; and holds stock/stock options in Silk Road Medical, Anaconda, and Blockade Medical.
  • September 26 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Neurology® Genetics: ExACtly zero or once: A clinically helpful guide to assessing genetic variants in mild epilepsies 2) What’s Trending: Orphan drug pricingThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the September 26, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Jim Kiely talks with Dr. Samuel Berkovic about his Neurology® Genetics paper on assessing genetic variants in mild epilepsies. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Jason Crowell focuses his interview with Dr. Gordon Smith on orphan drug pricing. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Kiely is employed at InTouch Health Physician Services as a teleneurologist, and holds stock with InTouch Health. Dr. Berkovic serves on scientific advisory board for UCB Pharma and Eisai Australia; has served on editorial boards for Brain, Epileptic Disorders, and Lancet Neurology; is an investor listed on a Bionomics Inc patent on diagnostic testing using SCN1A gene (WO2006/133508), and is an investor on a pending patent for a therapeutic compound related to a genetic cause of familial epilepsy with mental retardation in females (WO61/010176); receives research support from UCB, SciGen, and Eisai Australia, the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (Program Grant #1091593; 2016-2020), and NINDS (U01 NS077367-01; 2011-2014).Dr. Smith serves on the Celegene data monitoring committee; serves as editor for NeuroLearn; has consulted for Regenesis, Allergan, and Viromed; and receives research support from Impeto Medical, and NIDDK (DK064814), NINDS (U10NS077305 and U10NS086606).Dr. Crowell reports no disclosures.
  • Delayed Recall - October 2017
    This special Delayed Recall episode is the second installment of our new Practice Current segment. In this episode, Dr. Luca Bartolini speaks with neuromyelitis optica (NMO) experts Dr. Tarso Adoni and Dr. Michael Levy. They discuss the results of a recent Practice Current (a section of Neurology® Clinical Practice) survey regarding NMO treatment, and share their thoughts on best practices. This is the first appearance of this interview in the podcast.
  • October 3 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Functional impairments for outcomes in a randomized trial of of unruptured brain AVMs2) What’s Trending: Hurricane Harvey and patient care in TexasThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the October 3, 2017, issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Andrew Southerland talks with Dr. JP Mohr about his paper on functional impairment outcome measurements in a randomized trial of unruptured brain arteriovenous malformations. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Jason Crowell focuses his interview with Dr. Aziz Shaibani on Hurricane Harvey and its effect on patient care in Texas. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Southerland serves as Podcast Editor for Neurology; receives research support from the American Heart Association-American Stroke Association National Clinical Research Program, American Academy of Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Health Resources Services Administration and the NIH; has a provisional patent application titled: “Method, system and computer readable medium for improving treatment times for rapid evaluation of acute stroke via mobile telemedicine;” and gave legal expert review.Dr. Mohr serves as Associate Editor for History of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease; has consulted for Schering-Plough; has given expert testimony on unruptured brain AVMs; and has received research support from NINDS associated with the ARUBA trial. Dr. Crowell reports no disclosures.Dr. Shaibani is President-Elect for the Texas Neurology Society.
  • October 10 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Quality improvement in neurology: Stroke and stroke rehabilitation quality measurement set update2) Neurology Today® paper on Parkinson disease and autoimmunityIn the first segment, Dr. Dan Ackerman talks with Dr. Gene Latorre about his paper on the updated quality measurement set for stroke and stroke rehabilitation. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Alberto Espay focuses his interview with Dr. David Sulzer on Parkinson disease and autoimmunity. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Espay serves as Associate Editor for the Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders; serves as an editorial board member of Parkinsonism and Related Disorders and The European Neurological Journal; serves on the scientific advisory board for Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (now Abbvie), Chelsea Therapeutics International, Ltd., Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Impax, Merz Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Pfizer Inc, Solstice Neurosciences, Eli Lilly and Company, ACADIA Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and USWorldMeds; is a consultant for Chelsea Therapeutics International, Ltd., Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (now Abbvie), ACADIA Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Cynapsus and Lundbeck, Inc; receives royalties for publications of books from Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins and Cambridge University Press; serves on the speakers' bureau of UCB, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., American Academy of Neurology and Movement Disorders Society; receives research support from the CleveMed/Great Lake Neurotechnilogies, Michael J. Fox Foundation and the NIH.All other participants report no disclosures.
  • October 17 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Qualitative study of burnout, career satisfaction, and well-being among US neurologists in 20162) What’s Trending: gene editing in human embryosThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the October 17, 2017, issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Pearce Korb talks with Dr. Janis Miyasaki about her paper on burnout, career satisfaction and well-being among US neurologists. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Jason Crowell focuses his interview with Dr. Shoukhrat Mitalipov on gene editing in human embryos for correction of a pathogenic mutation.DISCLOSURES: Dr. Miyasaki has received honoraria from Davis Phinny Foundation, Sunovion, and NINDS; receives publishing royalties from “Up to Date: Psychogenic Movement Disorders;” has consulted for Cynapsus and GE; has served on a scientific advisory board for Parkinson Society Canada; and has received research support from Allergan, PCORI, and Parkinson Alberta.Dr. Mitalipov holds patents for Primate Totipotent and Pluripotent Stem Cells Produced by Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer (U.S. patent No. 7,972,849), Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Produced by Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer (U.S. Patent No. 9,546,383), and Methods for Mitochondrial DNA Replacement in Oocytes (U.S. Patent No. 9434921); has patents pending for Metabolic rescue in pluripotent cells from subjects with mitochondrial DNA disease (Application Number: 62192358), Generation of human oocytes by polar body transfer” (Application 62/419,638), and Mitochondrial Replacement in Human Oocytes Carrying Pathogenic Mitochondrial DNA Mutations (Application 62427546); has consulted for Flagship VentureLabs; and has received research support from NIH/NIA, Burroughs Wellcome Fund, and Foundation Leducq.Dr. Korb and Dr. Crowell report no disclosures.
  • October 24 2017 Issue
    Show description/summary:1) Persistent focal enhancement of the cisternal segment of oculomotor nerve in ophthalmoplegic migraine (Neurology® Clinical Practice)2) What’s Trending: Tenecteplase for acute ischemic strokeThis podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly discussing highlighted articles from the October 24, 2017 issue of Neurology. In the first segment, Dr. Heather Harle talks with Dr. Ihtesham Qureshi about his Neurology® Clinical Practice paper on ophthalmoplegic migraine. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Justin Sattin focuses his interview with Dr. Nicola Logalio on using tenecteplase for acute ischemic stroke. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org.DISCLOSURES: All participants report no disclosures.
  • 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.
  • Immunotherapy (Delayed Recall - 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.
  • Patient Perspectives: Part 1 (Delayed Recall - 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.

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