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MedLink welcomes Raymond P Roos MD as Editor-In-Chief
We are delighted to welcome Raymond P Roos MD as Editor-in-Chief, effective January 1, 2018. The Marjorie and Robert E Straus Professor of Neurology and Director of the ALS/MND Clinic at the University of Chicago, Dr. Roos is a widely respected academic leader and an expert on ALS and other neurodegenerative disorders, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory disorders of the central nervous system diseases, and peripheral neuropathies. More
Nina Schor MD PhD appointed Deputy Director of NINDS at NIH
MedLink is pleased to announce Dr. Nina Schor, Senior Associate Editor for Pediatric Neurology, has been appointed Deputy Director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. We congratulate Dr. Schor on this important and prestigious career achievement. Dr. Schor will continue to serve on the Editorial Board of MedLink Neurology.

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Raymond P Roos MD, Editor-in-Chief, is the Marjorie and Robert E Straus Professor of Neurology at the University of Chicago and Associate Chair for Education for the Department of Neurology at University of Chicago Medical Center. Dr. Roos is solely responsible for all aspects of planning of educational activities and has ultimate responsibility for educational content.
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As the new Editor-in-Chief, I want to express my enthusiasm for MedLink Neurology. I've been a proud supporter of MedLink Neurology since it first went on the market over 2 decades ago and... More
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Dr. Raymond Roos, Editor-in-Chief, serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of Revalesio Corporation and a Data and Safety Monitoring Board for a clinical trial of a Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals product, has received consulting fees from M-T Pharmacy and Best Doctors and holds shares in Amgen, Merck, Ionis, and GE. Financial disclosures for all others who contribute to educational content are provided at the beginning of each article to which they contribute. Financial disclosures of Associate Editors are also shown here. MedLink Corporation does not accept financial support from commercial interests. None of its personnel have financial relationships with commercial interests.

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