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Panelist: Larry B. Goldstein, M.D.
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Professor of Medicine (Neurology) at Duke University and the Durham VA Medical Center

Dr. Goldestein is Director of the Duke Center for Cerebrovascular Disease, the Duke Stroke Center, and a Senior Fellow in Duke's Center for Clinical Health Policy Research.  Dr. Goldstein received his BA degree in 1977 from Brandeis University and MD from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 1981.  His subsequent professional training included internship and neurology residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York (1981-1985) where he also served as Chief Resident (Neurology) in 1985.  He completed a research fellowship in cerebrovascular disease at Duke University (1985-1987) and then joined the faculty. Dr. Goldstein's laboratory work has focused on pharmacological effects on recovery after focal brain injury, and he is principal investigator for NIH-supported studies of pharmacotherapy for poststroke recovery.  Through his work in Duke's Center for Clinical Health Policy, Dr. Goldstein has been interested in optimizing the delivery of care to stroke patients and those at elevated stroke risk.  He has published over 330 journal articles, reviews, editorials, book chapters, abstracts, and other professional papers and has edited or co-edited 5 volumes including two books.

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