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“Brains & Gains” Connects Community with Neurology Experts

Published November 20, 2012

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.

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

“New Perspectives on Multiple Sclerosis”

Speakers:

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

Speakers:

“Autism”

Speaker:

“Epilepsy in Children”

Speaker:

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

Speaker:

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