We are thrilled to announce that we have successfully matched 7 outstanding applicants. The following PGY-1 residents will be joining us in June 2023: Helen Chung – Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California Lillian Dixon – Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo Rosalind Dick-Godfrey – […]
Jose Rafael Romero, MD, Associate Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine, gives a terrific interview discussing MRI marker results associating enlarged perivascular spaces with dementia in the Framingham Study.
Lan Zhou, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology and Pathology and Vice Chair for Research, and Sachiko Homma, PhD, Research Assistant Professor of Neurology, received NIH R21 award to study myalgia and fatigue associated with long COVID.
A warm welcome to all of our new residents and fellows who started their training on July 1. We are so excited to have you join us, and we look forward to working with you! Neurology Residents (PGY1) Annie Hien, MD, PhD Motunrayo Olawaiye, MD Rose Healy, MD Khadar Haroun, MD Daniel Li, MD […]
Health Services Grant and Evaluation Opportunities for Disease Management, Patient Safety and Population Health In this seminar, Dr. Christina Borba, Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Psychiatry at BMC, talks to BMC Neurology about service grants for clinicians who wish to create innovative health programs serving unmet health needs. We […]
During this session, Dr. Christopher Shanahan, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine, talks about the use of clinical databases at BU and BMC and nearby centers, the clinical data infrastructure and ability to do queries to assess feasibility of projects through i2b2 and TriNetX. He also discusses the ability to connect to other databases […]
Academic Career Panel with Chair Dr. David Greer, and faculty Drs. Rafael Romero, Hugo Aparicio, and Pria Anand. They discuss what they’re working on now, how they got interested in it, and how their research and scholarly activity experiences during residency and fellowship played a role in shaping their career today. Themes of transitions, perseverance, […]
A big welcome to all of our new residents and fellows who started their training on July 1! We are excited that you have chosen BUMC for the continuation of your academic and professional career. We can promise you every opportunity to grow and develop in an environment rich in patient care, educational experiences, and research opportunities. Congratulations on […]
On Saturday, June 19th, BUMC Neurology Department proudly celebrated the graduation of another group of 7 Adult Neurology residents and 2 Pediatric Neurology Residents. In a year like no other, they rose up to meet the challenge head-on despite the unknown, they have shown tremendous resilience, dedication and empathy to their patients and each other. […]
In this seminar, Assistant Professor of Neurology Hugo Aparicio, MD, MPH, covers a broad overview of observational studies and population-based studies as a rich source of high-quality data for answering scientific questions about neurologic disease. As a Framingham Heart Study investigator and a leading researcher in stroke, Dr. Aparicio discusses how these studies are leveraged […]