Through the month of November, Newsweek is accepting questions from readers regarding disorders and conditions of the nervous system, of which a select number will be answered (FOR ABSOLUTELY FREE!) by Harvard professor and practicing neurologist, Dr. Martin A. Samuels. Your questions and Dr. Samuels' answers will be published online and a selection will also appear in the December 10th issue of the news mag.
Alzheimer's, ALS, and multiple sclerosis are examples of nervous system disorders. Dr. Samuels will also field questions regarding:
...the brain, the nervous system and all the many things that can go wrong with these natural wonders. He can also address the current state of research into the causes and potential treatments of neurological disorders. (Newsweek)
All brainy inquiries can be submitted at the bottom of this Newsweek article.
Dr. Martin A. Samuels is founding chair of the department of neurology at Brigham and Women's Hospital and professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School. A prolific author and one of the world's best-known medical teachers, Dr. Samuels has received the A. B. Baker Award for Lifetime Achievement in Neurological Education from the American Academy of Neurology. He practices in Boston, Massachusetts.