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David Dodick
Director-Concussion Program, Headache Program, Mayo Clinic, Phoenix Arizona. Chair, American Migraine Foundation; Global Patient Advocacy Coalition (IHS-GPAC)
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Nim Lalvani Sep 4
“Every person living with migraine has the right to work and not be discriminated against.”-Dr.Dua,WHO
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AMFMigraine Sep 6
Join our Move Against Migraine community to find the support you need. Learn more here:
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AMFMigraine Sep 11
Are you ready to stand up in the fight against ? Start a Facebook fundraiser on behalf of the American Migraine Foundation to support the research needed to beat this debilitating disease:
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IHS-GPAC Sep 4
Our coalition has achieved significant milestones since Vancouver 2017. Learn more about our history and where we are going on the brand new website, live today!
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IHS-GPAC Sep 4
Audrey Craven of leads the conversation on the role providers play in relation to workplace burden. The more trust and collaboration between providers and patients, the better off a patient will be.
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IHS-GPAC Sep 4
Prof. Wolfgang Grisold from provides a recap during on the impact of and the importance of ongoing advocacy.
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IHS-GPAC Sep 4
Thank you to all of those who joined us for II! We are more dedicated than ever to creating a world where is both understood AND optimally managed. Together, the future of migraine advocacy is much brighter.
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International Headache Society Sep 4
The has ended with a big agenda to deliver to , their and environment! Useful conversation among many stakeholders and a big promise by @IHS-GPAC to deliver.
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IHS-GPAC Sep 4
unites the most impactful voices in research, support, education, and advocacy to create a world where migraine is understood and optimally managed. "This is just the beginning," says IHS-GPAC Chair, .
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David Dodick Sep 4
call for applications for 2020 McKnight Clinical Translational Research Scholarship in Cognitive Aging and Age-Related Memory Loss
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International Headache Society Sep 4
Dr , President of , kickoff the Global Patient Advocacy Summit II, an IHS fully patient-oriented initiative!
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International Headache Society Sep 4
Today we host the in ! @IHS_GPAS works with patients, advocacy organizations, care providers & , & associations worldwide to improve the lives of those affected by , and other head pain diseases.
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David Dodick Aug 18
What a debut ! Great shout out to Sydney Scotia - PURA VIDA(Official Video) via
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David Dodick Aug 4
American Brain Foundation now accepting apps for 2020 Clin Research Training Scholarships & Clinician Scientist Devo Awards. Apply by October 1, 2019. Please share opportunity with all who may be interested.
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David Dodick Aug 4
@ABFBrains The American Brain Foundation is accepting applications for 2020 Lawrence M. Brass Stroke Research Award. Apply by Oct 1, 2019. Check it out: Please share this opportunity with anyone who may be interested.
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Brain & Life Magazine Jul 17
A1: Migraine affects more than 10 percent of people worldwide and is three times more common in women than in men. Learn more on .
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WFN Jul 28
The Webinar is available online now!🤩 Discussion about the global impact of with: William Carroll, WFN President Audrey Craven , , WFN Secretary-General ,
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Sydney Scotia Jul 27
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David Dodick Jul 28
, excellent overview of the recent advances in the basic science of which are helping to inform our understanding of the clinical symptoms and signs experienced by individuals after concussion and after repetitive subconcussive brain injuries.
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David Dodick Jul 27
@AANmember superb presentation from ⁦⁩ on neuroimaging of repetitive head impacts. Differences in connectivity may help to explain differences in susceptibility to and symptoms from between males and females.
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