Joseph E. Safdieh, MD, FAAN, Editor-in-Chief of Neurology Today provides an overview of topics covered in the latest issue.
Functional neurologic disorder, newborn screening for SMA, when to leave job
In this week’s podcast, Neurology Today’s editor-in-chief discusses new thinking about functional neurologic disorders, the benefits of screening newborns for spinal muscular atrophy, and career advice on when to leave a job in neurology.
Brain aneurysm rupture, COVID-19 exposure in utero, socioeconomics and brain development.
In this week’s podcast, Neurology Today’s editor-in-chief discusses RAAS inhibitors for brain aneurysm rupture, the impact of COVID-19 on babies exposed in utero, and how socioeconomic status, independent of genetics, affects brain development.
Monkeypox, soticelstat for epilepsy, gabapentin for stroke recovery.
In this week’s podcast, Neurology Today’s editor-in-chief discusses what’s known about monkeypox, soticelstat as a potential new epilepsy therapy, and the potential of gabapentin for stroke recovery.
Fenfluramine for LGS, social isolation and dementia risk, neurology’s status in NRMP match.
In this week’s podcast, Neurology Today’s editor-in-chief discusses the approval of fenfluramine for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, how social isolation affects dementia risk, and the competitiveness of neurology in this year’s residency match.
Teleneurology in rural America, trauma-informed neurology,advances in neurogenetics
In this week’s podcast, Neurology Today’s editor-in-chief discusses the challenges and opportunities of teleneurology in rural areas, the effect of childhood trauma on neurologic disorders, and genetics advances in neurology.
Portable MRI for stroke, SSRIs and seizure risk in neonates, neurology training in Ukraine.
In this week’s podcast, Neurology Today’s editor-in-chief discusses portable low field MRI for stroke, SSRI exposure in pregnancy and risk for seizures in neonates, and disrupted neurology training in Ukraine.
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