Emory Brain Health Center

The Emory Brain Health Center uniquely integrates neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry and behavioral sciences, rehabilitation medicine, and sleep medicine, and transforms patient-centered care for brain and spinal cord conditions through research and discovery.
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From Surgeries to Switchbacks

From the top of Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the continental United States, Crystal Gayle Welcome looked down and considered what it took for her to get there. She thought, “Here's a reminder...

Long COVID-19: Treatment Insights Have a Neurologic Component

It’s a frustrating puzzle for physicians: a long COVID-19 patient’s lab work and imaging might look okay, but their quality of life is drastically different from their pre-COVID life. From brain fog to dizziness,...

What’s Love Got to Do with Treating Mental Health Disorders?

Shaun Golden was in the back of his friend’s pickup truck, driving to a University of Georgia (UGA) tailgate 10 years ago — and he saw Julie walking down the street. “I literally jumped...

Emory Connected Care Boosts Stroke Patient’s Recovery: Tiffany’s Story

There’s never a good time to face a serious medical condition — and certainly not in the middle of a global pandemic. But that’s where Tiffany found herself on September 4, 2020. “I had a...

More Than a Personality Quirk: OCD is Debilitating, but Manageable

As a child, Andrea Martin says she would reread passages multiple times to make sure she didn’t miss anything. She didn’t think much about her quirk until she got to college and began experiencing more...

When Stroke Became a Family Affair, Emory Was Ready to Help

In 2015, when Tiffany’s 52-year-old sister had a massive stroke, she went looking to find the best possible care. And when she came to Emory Healthcare, she knew she had found it. “I remember asking...

From the NFL to ALS: Kerry Goode’s Journey

Before taking the field for a big game, Kerry Goode would give himself a pep talk. “Stay in the moment,” the former star running back at the University of Alabama would tell himself. “Don’t get...

A Living Laboratory: Monitoring Alzheimer’s Disease in its Earliest Stages

Someday soon, Georgia Williams hopes to see her picture on the wall at the Emory Brain Health Center. ”I get so full and so excited to say I’m part of a trailblazing team that’s going...

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