Please join the Johns Hopkins Department of Neurology in our series of online webinars, research updates and lectures. Our virtual education events range a wide span of neurological topics and are appropriate for both clinicians and the general public. If you have any topic recommendations or questions about the events and/or the registration process, please email the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Neurology: Advancing Neurological Care Worldwide
Dr. Deanna Saylor shares her experiences developing neurological research, care, and training in Zambia, Africa.
Multiple Sclerosis, Myelitis and Myelopathies, and Neuromyelitis Optica Research Update
Drs. Pardo, Mowry, Calabresi, Saidha discuss updates to their research on these topics.
Spotlight on Early Career ALS and Peripheral Neuropathy Investigators
Join Drs. Berth, Hayes, McCray as they discuss their research on ALS and Peripheral Neuropathy.
Johns Hopkins Medicine A Woman's Journey Executive Women's Briefing 2021
Dr. Michelle Johansen considers the causes of increasing cardiovascular disease in women between 40-60 years of age as she explores the relationship between the heart and the brain and how an underdiagnosed disease can contribute to stroke and compromised cognition.
COVID-19 neurological research and lessons learned
Dr. Norm Haughey discusses COVID-19 impacts to the department’s research program. Dr. Wendy Ziai shares observations of COVID-19 patients that have informed neurological clinical care and research, and Dr. Carlos Pardo reviews diagnostic findings in patients with COVID-19.
The impact of COVID-19 on the Department of Neurology’s clinical care and medical education programs
Drs. Raf Llinas and John Probasco discuss the impact of COVID-19 on care delivery for neurology patients during the pandemic and changes to residency and other neurology training programs.
Dr. Dan Gold and other experts in dizziness discuss how to use eye movements to diagnose patients with vestibular disorders
Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension Research
Join Dr. Abhay Moghekar as he discusses his research on Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension.
Neurological Wellness: How Healthy Habits Can Improve Your Brain
Drs. Marilyn Albert, Mackenzie Cervenka, and Ellen Mowry discuss their research into how lifestyle changes can improve symptoms related to dementia, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.
Neurology: Junior Faculty Spotlight
Webinar showcasing young faculty, including Drs. Ankur Butala, Michelle Johansen and Michael Kornberg, highlighting their research and the need for supporting young physician-scientists.
Research Update: Multiple Sclerosis, Myelitis and Myelopathies, and Neuromyelitis Optica
Research Update on these neurological disorders with Drs. Pavan Bhargava, Peter Calabresi, Kathryn Fitzgerald, Ellen Mowry, and Carlos Pardo.
Music as Medicine with Alexander Pantelyat, M.D.
Practitioners are integrating music with medicine to augment healing. Watch Dr. Alexander Pantelyat as he discusses music-based interventions for Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders.
Medical Training in the Millennial and COVID Era
Join Dr. Rafael Llinas and Chief Resident Karissa Arthur as they discuss how they are preparing young physicians to navigate new patient expectations, the COVID-19 pandemic and telemedicine, all while providing the highest possible level of medical education and training.
Sex Differences: Improving Stroke Recovery in Women
Associate Professor of Neurology Elizabeth Marsh, MD discusses some of the key differences between men and women with respect to stroke and the importance of individualizing stroke prevention strategies and recovery programs to improve long-term outcomes.
Delivering Sleep Health, Wellness and Medical Education in the Era of Covid-19
Charlene Gamaldo, M.D., and Rachel Salas, M.D., discuss the importance of sleep, especially in the current COVID-19 climate. Learn about the culprits of disturbed sleep, signs and symptoms of common sleep disorders and new strategies you can employ now to improve your sleep.
Conversations That Matter: New Facts About The Brain - MS, ALS & Parkinson’s Disease
Learn about risk factors, early warning signs, diagnosis and new emerging treatments from three neurologists, each conducting research in MS, ALS & Parkinson’s Disease.