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Neurology® Delayed Recall Podcast - Plenary Session Interviews - May 2016

Plenary Session Interviews- May 2016

MAY 2016: This month’s episode of Delayed Recall features 4 Plenary Session Interviews by Dr. Alberto Espay from the 2015 AAN Annual Meeting. In the first interview, Dr. Espay speaks with Dr. Daniel Lowenstein about the advances of epilepsy research over the past 50 years. In the second interview, Dr. Espay interviews Dr. Howard Weiner about his presentation as the AAN Annual Meeting titled, “Immune Mechanisms in Neurologic Diseases”. In the third interview, Dr. Espay speaks with Dt. Stephen Paulst about spinocerebellar ataxia type II. In the concluding segment of this episode of Delayed Recall, Dr. Espay interviews Dr. Virginia Lee Read More

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Introduction (00:19 - 01:41)
00:19 01:41

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LOTW 1-Plenary Session Interviews (01:43 - 16:51)
01:43 16:51

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Alberto Espay interviews Dr. Daniel Lowenstein about his H. Houston Merritt Lecture at the AAN Meeting on the topic of advances in the treatments for epilepsy

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LOTW 2-Plenary Session Interviews (16:52 - 27:11)
16:52 27:11

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Alberto Espay interviews Dr. Howard Weiner about his Frontiers in Neuroscience Lecture at the AAN Meeting about the topic of immune mechanisms in neurologic diseases

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LOTW 3-Plenary Session Interviews (27:12 - 38:38)
27:12 38:38

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Alberto Espay interviews Dr. Stefan Pulst about his George C. Cotzias Lecture at the AAN Meeting about the topic of degenerative ataxias: From genes to therapies

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LOTW 4-Plenary Session Interviews (38:39 - 49:17)
38:39 49:17

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Alberto Espay interviews Dr. Virginia Lee about her Frontiers in Neuroscience Lecture at the AAN Meeting about the topic of transmission of alpha-Synuclein in Parkinson disease: Pathogenesis and implications for therapy

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