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The Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation at UIC is a world-class center for PATIENT CARE of neurological diseases, cutting-edge RESEARCH, and TRAINING the next generation of doctors.

 

We not only use the latest treatments, but also develop new treatments geared at curing disease and improving the lives of those affected by nerve and brain disorders, as well as conducting foundational research to advance the field.

 

News & Departmental Information

 

Dr. John S. Garvin, first head of UIC College of Medicine's neurology department, remembered as gifted, compassionate

Garvin, who was the first head of the department of neurology at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine and was known to peers as the "neurologist's neurologist," died from heart complications on Nov. 28, at his home. He was 95. Read more from the Chicago Tribune.

Tablet-based tool helps epilepsy patients learn self-management skills

"The PAUSE program is based on the coordinated care model," says Dr. Dilip Pandey, associate professor of neurology and rehabilitation in the UIC College of Medicine and a lead investigator on the PAUSE project. Read more.

Sturge-Weber Foundation Names University of Illinois Professor Jeffrey Loeb as Chief Clinical Strategist

Jeffrey A. Loeb, M.D., Ph.D. has been named the inaugural Chief Clinical Strategist for the Sturge-Weber Foundation. Read more.

Congratulations to Dr. Yevgenya Kaydanova on receiving the Illinois Department of Humans Services Epilepsy Program Award.

The Epilepsy program will provide client and family support services as needed for individuals diagnosed with epilepsy, their families, and community at large.

 

Congratulations to Dr. Fernando Testai on receiving the 2016 UI Health Physician of the year award.

Dr. Testai currently serves as the Director of Vascular Neurology here in the UIC department of Neurology & Rehabilitation and is widely recognized for his passion in ensuring that patients receive the best possible care.


Congratulations to Dr. Liudmila Romanova on receiving the CCTS KL2 CATS Award.

The CCTS CATS Scholars Awards support the research efforts and career development of scientist dedicated to translational research.

 

Congratulations to Dr. Christopher Janson for having his letter to the editor published in the New York Times!

Dr. Christopher Janson recently had his letter to the editor published in The New York Times. His letter was in response to a May 1 article on Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Janson states that more research spending is needed – in the billions of dollars – to discover therapies to treat or prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Read more here.

 

 

The Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation welcomes our newest faculty members Drs. Baback Arshi, and Anna Serafini.

 


UIC Neurology Depatment Head Dr Jeffrey Loeb

Message from the Head

Our vision is to grow UIC Neurology and Rehabilitation, unite it with the other clinical neurosciences, expand its presence within our community, and interdigitate clinical, basic, and translational research programs. Read more from Dr Loeb.



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