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2013 Last Lecture
Beloved neurology professor Dan Lowenstein was selected by students to answer one question: "If you had but one lecture to give, what would you say?" Hundreds of students voted and turned out forDr. Lowenstein's inspiring 2013 Last Lecture in a packed Cole Hall Auditorium on April 25.

Grand Rounds | January 2013: The Neurological Examination
In this special format Grand Rounds lecture, Drs. Michael Aminoff and S.Claiborne Johnston share their views on the neurological examination in today's clinical environment, addressing the relationship between examination and laboratory findings, and evaluating the individual components of the examination itself. The lecture concludes with a Q&A session moderated by Dr. Stephen Hauser.

Charlie Rose Brain Series 2, Episode 9: Multiple Sclerosis
In this episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, Dr. Stephen Hauser joins other top scientists and an MS patient to discuss recent research findings and current treatments.

Charlie Rose Brain Series 2, Episode 8: Parkinson's and Huntington's Diseases
In this episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, Dr. Stanley Prusiner and colleagues discuss the current treatments and potential future interventions for several neurodegenerative diseases.

Vitamin D
Dr. Stephen Hauser talks about Vitamin D with regard to multiple sclerosis.

Jonah Chan, PhD - Barancik Prize 2013
Dr. Chan talks about being an MS researcher.

2012 Faculty Research Lecture (Basic Science)
Human Genetics and Systems Neuroscience: Genes and Molecules to Human Sleep Behaviors,delivered by Louis Ptacek and Ying-Hui Fu. To view this lecture you will need Silverlight, which you can download for free in about 30 seconds.

The Memory and Aging Center has a YouTube channel with short videos about Alzheimer's Disease, Frontotemporal Dementia, Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, and much more. Don't miss Dr. William Seeley, a 2011 MacArthur Fellow, discussing his research in neurodegenerative diseases.

The memorial for Robert A. Fishman, MD in San Diego in March 2013 was videotaped and is available here for those of you who could not attend. Bob Fishman was a brilliant clinical neurologist, a legendary teacher, an accomplished translational neuroscientist, and a dear friend. He will be deeply missed, and we are unlikely to see his like again.