Dr. Michael Gruenthal Appointed President of NYS Neurological Society

Dr. Michael Gruenthal Appointed President of NYS Neurological Society


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February 6, 2013  - Albany , NY

ALBANY, N.Y., February 6, 2013-Michael Gruenthal, M.D., Ph.D., chair of neurology at Albany Medical Center, has been named president of the New York State Neurological Society (NYSNS). He will serve a two-year term.

As president, Dr. Gruenthal will work with the board of directors and the executive director to develop and oversee all society activities including advocacy for neurology in the state, educational programs, strategic partnerships with other state and national organizations, and the society's growth and development representing neurologists and their patients.

Dr. Gruenthal is a nationally known authority on epilepsy and has directed numerous clinical trials, including those aimed at finding ways to prevent harmful effects of seizures on the brain. He holds a Ph.D. from Washington University in St. Louis, He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in neuropharmacology at Duke University, and received his medical degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Albany Medical Center, northeastern New York's only academic health sciences center, is one of the largest private employers in the Capital Region. It incorporates the 651-bed Albany Medical Center Hospital, which offers the widest range of medical and surgical services in the region, and the Albany Medical College, which trains the next generation of doctors, scientists and other healthcare professionals, and also includes a biomedical research enterprise and the region's largest physicians practice with 350 doctors. Albany Medical Center works with dozens of community partners to improve the region's health and quality of life. For more information: www.amc.edu or www.facebook.com/albanymedicalcenter.


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