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UPMC Neurology Alliance​

Introducing the UPMC Neurology Alliance

The UPMC Neurology Alliance is a new, free program for neurologists from western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, and northern West Virginia. The goals of the Neurology Alliance are to share educational opportunities, new research findings, and best practices among neurologists throughout the region.

The Neurology Alliance will also provide a forum for neurologists to interact with colleagues to discuss difficult cases and issues.

Benefits of Joining

  • Free CME dinners and events on topics that can enhance patient care
  • Online educational resources
  • Electronic newsletter with updates in research and clinical practice
  • Opportunities to socialize with your colleagues

Be a Part of the UPMC Neurology Alliance

Complete the form below to sign up.


Because the Neurology Alliance communicates most information via email, it's strongly recommended that you check the box in the form to allow for email communication.

​For More Information

For more information about the UPMC Neurology Alliance, please contact Patrick Conway at (412) 692-4619 or via email:​​

Upcoming CME Dinner:

Advances in Epilepsy Treatment

Presenters: Anto Bagic, MD, PhD, and Mark Richardson, MD, PhD

May 23, 2013, Duquesne Club, Pittsburgh, PA


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