Expert Conversations: Networks of Memory and Alzheimer Disease

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.

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About the Speakers:

Daniel Claassen, MD, MS

Daniel Claassen, MD, is an associate professor of neurology, and division chief of Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN.

Richard Ryan Darby, MD

Richard Ryan Darby, MD, is an assistant professor of neurology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN.

 

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