“Brains & Gains” Connects Community with Neurology Experts

Published November 20, 2012

Story based on news release by Ellen Goldbaum

Seven neurology faculty members spoke about new research and treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, autism and other conditions at “Brains & Gains,” a community service event held at UB’s Center for Tomorrow.

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The Oct. 20 program featured discussions and question-and-answer sessions about the following neurological topics:

“New Perspectives on Multiple Sclerosis”

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“Modern Views on Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory”

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“Autism”

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“Epilepsy in Children”

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“Parkinson’s Disease” and “Hot Flashes and the Brain”

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Gil I. Wolfe, MD, Irvin and Rosemary Smith Professor and Chair of Neurology, Chief of Kaleida Neurology Services, moderated the event.