Barrow Neurological Institute is comprised of multiple subspecialty areas. We see outpatients with neurological symptoms, and also have a busy inpatient service taking care of patients with the wide range of neurological illnesses.

Our mission is to provide excellent patient care, train the next generation of neurologists including medical students, neurology residents, and subspecialty fellows, and to perform cutting edge research that will improve the lives of our patients.

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Submissions from 2020

Quality Improvement of Residential Assessment of Pressure Injuries in Patients with a Spinal Cord Injury., Matthias Linke

The trait that caused quadriplegia: Rare case of sickle cell trait and anterior spinal cord infarction., Matthias Linke

Submissions from 2015

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Obligatory role of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in the heart's antioxidant adaptation with exercise, Steve R. Roof, Hsiang-Ting Ho, Sean C. Little, Joseph E. Ostler, Elizabeth A. Brundage, Muthu Periasamy, Frederick A. Villamena, Sandor Györke, Brandon J. Biesiadecki, Christophe Heymes, Steven R. Houser, Jonathan P. Davis, and Mark T. Ziolo

Submissions from 2014

From "Kickeando las malias" (kicking the withdrawals) to "Staying clean": The impact of cultural values on cessation of injection drug use in aging Mexican-American men., David V Flores, Luis R Torres, Isabel Torres-Vigil, Patrick S Bordnick, Yi Ren, Melissa I M Torres, Freddie Deleon, Irene Pericot-Valverde, and Tenee Lopez

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Effects of insulin resistance on skeletal muscle growth and exercise capacity in type 2 diabetic mouse models, Joseph E. Ostler, Santosh K. Maurya, Justin Dials, Steve R. Roof, Steven T. Devor, Mark T. Ziolo, and Muthu Periasamy

Submissions from 2013

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Neuronal nitric oxide synthase is indispensable for the cardiac adaptive effects of exercise, Steve R. Roof, Lifei Tang, Joseph E. Ostler, Muthu Periasamy, Sandor Györke, George E. Billman, and Mark T. Ziolo

Submissions from 2012

Transient hypercapnia reveals an underlying cerebrovascular pathology in a murine model for HIV-1 associated neuroinflammation: role of NO-cGMP signaling and normalization by inhibition of cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase-5., Jharon Silva, Oksana Polesskaya, Walter Knight, Johnny Ting Zheng, Megan Granger, Tenée Lopez, Fernando Ontiveros, Changyong Feng, Chen Yan, Karl A Kasischke, and Stephen Dewhurst

Submissions from 2011

United States (US) multi-center study to assess the validity and reliability of the Spinal Cord Independence Measure (SCIM III)., K D Anderson, M E Acuff, B G Arp, D Backus, S Chun, K Fisher, J E Fjerstad, D E Graves, K Greenwald, S L Groah, S J Harkema, J A Horton, M-N Huang, M Jennings, K S Kelley, S M Kessler, S Kirshblum, S Koltenuk, M Linke, I Ljungberg, J Nagy, L Nicolini, M J Roach, S Salles, W M Scelza, M S Read, R K Reeves, M D Scott, K E Tansey, J L Theis, C Z Tolfo, M Whitney, C D Williams, C M Winter, and J M Zanca