“Adventures in Dominantly-Inherited AD: Leveraging Unique Strengths to Answer Difficult Questions”
Dr. Chhatwal is a research-oriented neurologist who is fascinated by the complex neurobiology that underlies human memory and the manner in which advanced age and neurodegenerative disease both diminish our capacity to form memories and recall information. He received his undergraduate degrees in biology and philosophy from Yale University, followed by Ph.D. (Neuroscience) and M.D. degrees from Emory University, and a Master’s degree from Harvard Medical School. He moved to MGH and BWH in 2009 as a resident in Adult Neurology, and stayed on to do his fellowship in Memory Disorders at MGH. His is now an attending physician and scientist in the MGH Department of Neurology, and an Assistant Professor in Neurology at Harvard Medical School.
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