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THE G.H. SERGIEVSKY CENTER



» Sergievsky Center

The Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center uses traditional and genetic epidemiologic approaches to the study of neurological disorders. Areas of major interest include adverse reproductive outcomes, epilepsy and seizure disorders, degenerative diseases of the nervous system, developmental disorders of the nervous system, and neurological disorders of major public health impact. Allied disciplines in the health sciences include biostatistics, human genetics, neurology, obstetrics, pediatrics, physiology, psychiatry, psychology, and social sciences. The faculty of all NIH-funded training program in neuroepidemiology are located primarily within the Sergievsky Center.





















 

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