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Research and Scholarly Activity Seminar #12

June 1st, 2021in News

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... More

Research and Scholarly Activity Seminar #11

May 28th, 2021in News

Clinical Trials: How to Choose and Some Principles for Conducting by Professor Marie Saint-Hilaire During this hour, Dr. Saint-Hilaire discusses what types of clinical trials can be offered to patients, and some of the benefits and considerations that come with deciding whether to take on a particular clinical trial. In it... More

Research and Scholarly Activity Seminar #10

May 5th, 2021in News

Dr. Rafael Romero, Associate Professor of Neurology, provides explanation about the process for regularly evaluating when one may be ready for consideration of promotion from Assistant to Associate Professor, providing resources and guidance from BUSM on evaluation criteria. Links to faculty development programs and career services, including CV review, are... More

Outpatient Neurology Podcast Launched

April 16th, 2021in News

On March 30th, neurology residents Drs. Lucas Horta and Dave Ho launched their podcast "Neurology Clinical Pearls" with associate residency program director Dr. K. H. Vincent Lau. The podcast features interviews by the residents with neurology subspecialists on important outpatient neurology topics, covered in 15 minutes or less. Targeting neurology trainees, More

The Seventh Annual Carlos S. Kase BU Neurology Research Symposium

April 14th, 2021in Event

On April 13th, 2021 the BU Department of Neurology held its Seventh Annual Carlos S. Kase BU Neurology Research Symposium. With social distancing restrictions still in place, the event was held virtually, and offered students and residents an opportunity to share their research. Dr. Shuhan Zhu welcomed the guests on... More

Research and Scholarly Activity Education Seminar #9

April 7th, 2021in Event

How to Critically Evaluate a Clinical Study Publication Janice Weinberg, ScD, Professor of Biostatistics at BUSPH, returns to discuss the statistical methods section in the paper, Aspirin versus anticoagulation in cervical artery dissection (TREAT-CAD): an open-label, randomized, non-inferiority trial. In this hour, she discusses the choice of a non-inferiority trial, its... More

2021 NRMP Residency Match

March 28th, 2021in Accolades

We are thrilled to announce that we have successfully matched 7 outstanding applicants. The following PGY-2 residents will be joining us in July 2022: Arianna DeGruttola - Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University Timothy Felong - Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo ... More

Dr. Charidimou Honored by American Stroke Association

March 18th, 2021in Accolades

Antreas Charidimou, MD, PhD received the 2021 Mordecai Y.T. Globus New Investigator Award in Stroke by the American Stroke Association. This award recognizes Globus’ major contributions to research in cerebrovascular disease and his outstanding contributions to the elucidation of the role of neurotransmitters in ischemia and trauma; the interactions among... More

Research and Scholarly Activity Education Seminar #8

February 26th, 2021

The Basics of Submitting to the IRB Mary-Tara Roth, RN, MSN, MPH, Director of the Clinical Research Resources Office, talks to us about what constitutes research and determining whether it involves human subjects, what FDA and OHRP regulations are and which types of studies they govern, the various types of IRB... More

BUMG Clinical Excellence Awards

January 21st, 2021in Accolades

Congratulations Emily Hamlyn, NP and Pria Anand, MD for BUMG Clinical Excellence Awards! Emily Hamlyn, NP has been the driving force behind our Stroke Service for several years now, and has also recently become a beloved leader of the inpatient APPs. She is the recipient of an Advanced Practice Provider... More