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Journal of Neurological Disorders
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Brent T. Harris
Brent T. Harris Brent T. Harris, MD, PhD
Director of Neuropathology
Associate Professor of Pathology and Neurology
Georgetown University Medical Center
USA
Biography

Dr. Brent T Harris is a Director of Neuropathology and Associate Professor of Neurology & Pathology in Georgetown University Medical Center, USA. As a neuropathologist and physician-scientist Dr. Harris has clinical, research, and teaching interests in neurological diseases. He has active collaborations and research programs in his own lab in the areas of neurodegeneration and CNS neoplasia. His primary interest is in understanding how mechanisms of neuroinflammation and glial-neuronal communication influence the pathophysiology of neurological diseases. In addition to investigating disease processes he also seeks to uncover targets for pharmacological intervention.

Research Interest

Neurodegeneration and CNS neoplasia.

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