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Glenda joined the Department of Neurological Surgery in 2015 as a Medical Editor. A journalism graduate of Howard University, Glenda has an extensive background in delivering health and science information to the patient and clinician audiences. Contact ...
Alexa Irene Canady, MD, was a pioneer of her time, both for women physicians and African Americans, when she became the first African-American woman neurosurgeon in the United States in 1981. “The greatest challenge I faced in becoming a neurosurgeon was believing it was possible,” she is famously quoted. Born in 1950, Canady grew up […]
Indiana University School of Medicine is one of three new institutions to be named Centers of Excellence by the Parkinson’s Foundation, joining a global network of 48 medical centers providing expert care to people with the disabling disease. “The center designation is a recognition of the high quality multi-disciplinary care that we provide, including neurology, neurosurgery, neuropsychology, […]