Podcasts

In this podcast, Neurology Learning Network's Alzheimer Disease Section Editor Daniel Claassen, MD, interviews Matthew Schrag, MD, PhD, about the pathophysiology of cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA), clinical presentations of CAA that may mimic other conditions, and more.
In this podcast, Neurology Learning Network’s Stroke & Vascular Section Editor Amrou Sarraj, MD, interviews Professor Bruce Campbell, MBBS(Hons), BMedSc, PhD, about data for thrombolysis. They discuss a historic perspective on thrombolytic therapies, as well as various trials including the WAKE-UP trial, EXTEND-IA TNK parts 1 and 2, SWIFT DIRECT trial, MR CLEAN trials, and more.
In this podcast, Neurology Learning Network's Alzheimer Disease Section Editor Daniel Claassen, MD, interviews Ryan Darby, MD, about atrophy network mapping, delusions and neuropsychiatric manifestations of Alzheimer disease, apraxia and free will, and more.
In this podcast, Dr Huang discusses various research models that he, his colleagues, and others are currently using to examine potential remyelination strategies for multiple sclerosis. Dr Huang recently gave a talk about this topic at the American Neurological Association's 145th Annual Meeting.
In episode 4, Rachel Marie E. Salas, MD, MEd, interviews Lauren Treat, MD, about Dr Treat's career journey through pediatric palliative care in neurology, tips for communicating and initiating challenging conversations with neurological patients and their families, when to contact a palliative care specialist, and more. A full transcript is provided.
In this podcast, Patricia K. Coyle, MD, discusses anticipated developments in the field of multiple sclerosis this year, including clinical trial data, COVID-19 vaccination, wearable devices, and more. A full transcript is provided.
In this podcast, Neurology Learning Network's Stroke & Vascular Section Editor Amrou Sarraj, MD, discusses anticipated developments this year in the areas of thrombolysis, thrombectomy, neuroprotection, stroke prevention, and more.
In this podcast, Neurology Learning Network's Alzheimer Disease Section Editor Daniel Claassen, MD, interviews David T. Jones, MD, about common ideas and misconceptions about the role of amyloid in Alzheimer disease (AD), assessing amyloid status among patients, areas of future research for the role of amyloid in neurodegeneration and AD, and more. A full transcript is provided.
In this podcast, Dr Brickman discusses his recent study, which demonstrated the prevalence of cerebrovascular disease among individuals with Down syndrome, and indicated that cerebrovascular disease may be a "core feature" of Alzheimer disease. A full transcript is provided.
In this podcast, Dr Coyle discusses the "final word" on myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein-mediated disease in multiple sclerosis from the ECTRIMS/ACTRIMS MSVirtual2020 meeting. A full transcript is provided.