GW Expert Available to Comment on NFL Brain Injury Study and the Increased Risks of Football Players Developing Neurodegenerative Diseases
Source Newsroom: George Washington University
GW Professor Samuel Potolicchio, M.D., director of the neurophysiology center, associate medical director of Center for Sleep Disorders and professor of neurology, is an expert in neurodegenerative disease and can speak on inquiries related to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) study on the increased risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease in NFL players and the NFL's $30 million donation to the National Institutes of Health to fund brain injury research.
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Samuel Potolicchio, M.D., Director, Neurophysiology Center, Associate Medical Director of Center for Sleep Disorders, Professor of Neurology
Medical Education: University of Geneva
Internships: Rutgers University Affiliated Hospitals
Residencies: Yale University Medical Center
Fellowships: Montreal Neurological Institute, Canada
Board Certifications: Neurology, Clinical Neurology, Electroencephalography, Sleep Medicine
Languages: French, German
Interests: General Neurology, Epilepsy and Sleep Medicine