DeCarli has a strong interest in behavioral neurology, with specific emphasis on dementing disorders, including degenerative dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease and frontal dementias. He also focuses on dementias related to movement disorders and vascular disease, as well as cognitive impairment after closed head injury. DeCarli’s research interests are divided into two areas: using neuroimaging techniques to understand the relationship between brain structure and function with aging and disease; and studying the role of brain antioxidant systems, primarily quinone oxidoreductase, on the pathophysiology and potential treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
Spine,Spinal Diseases,Spina Bifida, spine ischemia
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