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Neurology & Neurological Surgery

Associate Professor of Neurology

Epilepsy & Seizure Disorders
Anti-Epileptic Drugs
Anticonvulsants: Uses Outside of Epilepsy
Epilepsy Surgery
Vagus Nerve Stimulation
Status Epilepticus
Headaches / Migraines


Director, Neurobehavioral Unit
Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry

Alzheimers Disease Picks Disease
Neurology Article Review: Important Issues in the Last 2 Years
Non-Alzheimer Dementias
Frontotemporal Dementia
Dementia: Diagnosis and Treatment
Frontal Lobe Disorders
Focal Cerebral Dementias
Visual Perceptual Disorders
Localization of Brain-Behavior Disorders: An Overview
Mental Status Testing
Alexias and Agraphias
Memory Disorders
Higher Cognitive Disorder
“Organic” Personality Changes
The Neuropsychiatry of Epilepsy
Neuropsychiatry from a Neurological Perspective
Traumatic Brain Injury
Lewy Body Dementia
Delirium in the Hospitalized Patient

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Director of the Neurocritical Care and Stroke Division
Associate Professor of Neurology

Brain Injury
Hypothermia Management


Neurosurgical Director, Epilepsy and Brain Mapping Program
Assistant Professor and Section Head, Neurosurgery
City of Hope National Medical Center

Management of Brain Tumor
Surgical Management of Seizure
Surgical Options for Children with Epilepsy
Functional Brain Mapping Techniques
Spectroscopic Brain Imaging of Tumors and Epilepsy
Magneto-Encephalography as a Non-Invasive Tool for Brain Mapping


Assistant Professor of Neurology
Keck School of Medicine of USC

Alzheimers Disease


Professor and Chief,
Division of Neurosurgery
Director, Brain Tumor Program
City of Hope National Medical Center

Brain Tumors
Pituitary Tumors in the Primary Care Setting

Behnam Badie, M.D., an expert in the field of surgical neuro-oncology, is the director of the Brain Tumor Program and the Division of Neurosurgery at the City of Hope National Medical Center. Dr. Badie has special interest in the treatment of skull base tumors, acoustic neuromas, pituitary tumors, meningiomas and other nervous system tumors. His clinical research is in the development of minimally invasive techniques for treatment of both benign and malignant brain tumor. Dr. Badie earned his medical degree and completed an internship and residency at the University of California Los Angeles. Prior to joining the Department of Neurosurgery, Dr. Badie was an Associate Professor and vice-chair of the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Wisconsin in Madison where he also served as the director of the Comprehensive Brain Tumor Program. Dr. Badies research interests focus on brain tumor immunology. More specifically, his research team is attempting to develop novel immunotherapy approaches for malignant brain tumors through the activation of microglia and macrophages using nanoparticles. This research is currently funded by the NCI and other organizations. Dr. Badie has published more than 140 articles, book chapters and abstracts in peer-reviewed journal. He is an active member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Society of Neuro-oncology, and others.

Director, Jacobs Comprehensive MS Treatment and Research Center
Director, Pediatric MS Center of Excellence
Jacobs Neurological Institute
Professor of Neurology
SUNY University at Buffalo

Multiple Sclerosis: Pediatric and Adult
Update in Multiple Sclerosis: Environmental Risk Factors and New Therapeutic Development


System Medical Chief, Regional Development and Integration
Ohio Health

Hypothermia and Stroke
Neurocritical Care
Brain Monitoring
Brain Trauma

Neurologist Chad M. Miller, MD, is a neurocritical care and stroke specialist in the Department of Neurology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He is board certified in neurocritical care and is a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Before joining Cedars-Sinai, Dr. Miller was on faculty as an assistant professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles.Dr. Millers clinical practice and research focuses on the care of stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage patients, as well as those with spinal cord injury, seizure disorders, traumatic brain injury, and subarachnoid hemorrhage. He has spoken at medical centers and universities across the country on issues related to neuro-critical care and stroke. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals, including Critical Care Medicine, Neurocritical Care, Surgical Neurology and Neurosurgery, as well as having written several book chapters. Dr. Miller is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the American Stroke Association and the Neurocritical Care Society.Dr. Miller earned a bachelors degree from Miami University, and his medical degree from The Ohio State University. He then completed a residency in adult neurology at Duke University Medical Center and a fellowship in neurosurgical critical care at the UCLA Medical Center.

Professor of Neurosurgery and Surgery
University of Arizona Health Sciences Center

The Antique Origin of the Mind Brain Problem
Theoretical Neurology: The Logic of Nervous Systems
Engines of the Old Brain
Evolution of the Human Brain
Localizing and False Localizing Signs in Neurosurgical Patients
Emergency Neurosurgical Care
Bedside Diagnosis in Neurosurgical Patients


Director, Weill Cornell Parkinsons Disease Institute
Associate Professor of Neurology
Vice Chair for Clinical Research
Department of Neurology
Weill Cornell Medical College

Atypical Parkinsonism
Botulinum Toxin Therapy
Hemifacial Spasm
Movement Disorders
Parkinsons Disease
Restless Legs Syndrome
Tic Disorders

Dr. Henchcliffe trained at Oxford University UK, where she completed her doctorate in molecular and cell biology prior to post-doctoral neuroscience research at the University of California at Berkeley. She received her medical degree from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York. She completed Neurology residency and Movement Disorders Fellowship at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, under the guidance of Dr Stanley Fahn. After fellowship, she moved to the Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, where she established and is Director of the Weill Cornell Parkinsons Disease and Movement Disorders Institute. She is now Associate Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience. She provides clinical care for patients with movement disorders including Parkinsons disease, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, Corticobasal Degeneration, and other conditions. She is a member of numerous medical organizations including the American Academy of Neurology and the Parkinson Study Group. She frequently teaches and writes on Parkinsons disease, and her team run multiple clinical trials. Her own research interests are in developing new pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments, including exercise based therapy, and the possibility of stem cell therapy, and in biomarker development particularly as applied to trial outcomes.