Massive “plumes” of a key neurotransmitter surging in the brain could help explain the onset of migraine with aura—and potentially a broad swath of neurologic disease, including stroke and traumatic brain injury—according to an international study led by University of Utah Health scientists. ... Read MoreNeurology,Neurobiology
Department of Neurology
The Department of Neurology at the University of Utah is committed to ending neurological disease through specialized patient care, innovative research, and the education of tomorrow's physicians. Our department provides comprehensive primary and tertiary neurologic care, as well as neurologic consultation for patients who may return home and patients who must stay overnight.
Hobbies, bucket lists, and childhood career goals! Get to know our faculty on a more personal level as we spotlight someone for each issue of NeurologyNews!... Read MoreNeurology
We are grateful to those in our neurology community whose contributions aid in the fight against neurological disease. To our generous donors from April-September 2020, we thank you!... Read MoreNeurology
Drs. Punam Sawant-Pokam (pictured) and KC Brennan led a study showing that cerebral edema is not universally harmful and may play a role in protecting the brain ... Read MoreNeurology
The University of Utah Department of Neurology is an equal opportunity program: proudly pluralistic and firmly committed to providing training and employment opportunities to outstanding, qualified individuals with diverse backgrounds and experience ... Read MoreNeurology
Two years ago, Dr. Larry Carr contacted the University of Utah Health’s Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion Center and shared his story with Drs. Elisabeth Wilde and David Tate—launching a research partnership that is changing lives... Read MoreNeurology