318 Forum - LSUHS Neurology Professors, Dr. Elizabeth Disbrow and Dr. Roger Kelly, share information on treatments for Alzheimer's disease, including the new FDA approved treatment for early stage patients.
The Center for Brain Health (CBH) strives to expand neuroscience-related education, provide comprehensive care for brain disorders, attract young specialists and pioneering clinical trials to North Louisiana, and develop a core of federally funded investigators necessary to compete for large scale research funding. The CBH received full approval by the Louisiana Board of Regents in December 2019.
The Center for Brain Health is committed to the “achievement of distinction and national recognition for selected basic science and clinical programs that contribute to the body of knowledge and practice in medicine.” Neuroscience is a rapidly expanding field that has become fundamental to education, patient care and research. However advances rely on a multidisciplinary team, integrating biology, engineering and medicine from molecular genetics to human brain imaging. Clinicians and neuroscientists at LSU Health Shreveport, Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport Academic Medical Center, Overton Brooks VA Medical Center, and LA Tech propose to create such a team, where cutting-edge technology is used to provide top-quality education, deliver state-of-the art care and conduct pioneering research that will lead to the development of new therapies for brain disorders.
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318 Forum - Dr. Elizabeth Disbrow, Director of the Center for Brain Health, shares how medical advancements in Alzheimer's research are being made through clinical trials and current opportunities at LSUHS.
KSLA12 - Dr. Elizabeth Disbrow, Director of the Center for Brain Health at LSUHS, talks about the signs of Parkinson's Disease and the opportunity for African-Americans to participate in a new study at the Center.
318 Forum - Dr. Elizabeth Disbrow, LSUHS Director of Center for Brain Health, shares information related to understanding symptoms of Parkinson's Disease, treatments and research.
KSLA12 - Neurologic Physical Therapy Specialists, Dr. Suzanne Tinsley and Matthew Martin, share the treatment opportunities available at LSU Health Shreveport for brain related disfunction.
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