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  • Aducanumab Update

    Learn about aducanumab and UNC Neurology’s position on the new drug approved by the FDA for Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Neurology News

    Neurology News – July 2021

    What’s new in the Department of Neurology

  • Jorge L. Almodóvar-Suárez, MD

    Almodóvar-Suárez Named Director of ALS Clinic

    Jorge L. Almodóvar-Suárez, MD, associate professor of general neurology and neuromuscular disorders, is the new director of the UNC Department of Neurology’s Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Clinic. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Dr. Almodóvar-Suárez is graduate of the state-funded University of Puerto Rico System, and a faithful believer of education and health care for … Continued

  • Photos of Dr. Rubinos and Sklerov who both received the UNC School of Medicine Physician Scientist Training Program Faculty Award.

    Rubinos and Sklerov Receive Physician Scientist Training Program Awards

    The UNC Department of Neurology is proud to announce that UNC neurologists Clio Rubinos, MD, MS, and Miriam Sklerov, MD, MS, have both received UNC School of Medicine Physician Scientist Training Program Faculty Awards.

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New Residents 2020 Child Neuro residents 2019

   UNC Neurology Residency Programs

Learn about the Adult and Child Neurology Residency programs at UNC Chapel Hill.

 

Video: Implant offers options, normalcy for epilepsy patients

Implant offers options, normalcy for epilepsy patients

There are many people who deal with the minute-by-minute fear that they will lose control and experience an epileptic seizure, as between 2 and 3 million people in the United States have Epilepsy. Medication works for most people, while brain surgery is the answer for others, but a special brain implant may help those who have run out of options.


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