Senior Taubman Scholar Henry Paulson and Taubman Emerging Scholar Sami Barmada are cited as experts in a recent ESPN article about a rare neurological disease.
Five-year-old Morgan, the child of a Detroit Lions executive, is living with a rare, incurable neurological disease, beta-propeller protein-associated neurodegeneration, known as BPAN. Read the story here.
The parents of Morgan and other children with BPAN have raised more than $100,000 that will allow Dr. Barmada and his Department of Neurology colleague, Jason Chua to study potential interventions.
Henry (Hank) Paulson, MD, PhD is the Lucile Groff Chair of Neurology for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders and Professor of Neurology. Sami Barmada, MD, PhD is the Angela Dobson Welch and Lyndon Welch Research Professor and Associate Professor of Neurology. Jason Chua, MD, PhD is a Research Fellow, Neurology and Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, Medical School
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