Episode: Kevin Kerber, MD: On Neuro-Otology and Health Services Research

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Kevin Kerber, MD: On Neuro-Otology and Health Services Research
Kevin Kerber, MD, assistant professor of neurology at the University of Michigan Health System, was honored with the prestigious Derek Denny-Brown Neurological Scholar Award at the American Neurological Association meeting last October. Here, he discusses his efforts to combine neuro-otology and health services research to produce meaningful outcomes on a larger scale. For the full-text story, see the Jan. 16 issue of Neurology Today.

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