Welcome to Penn State Hershey Neurology

Welcome to Penn State Hershey Neurology where we're a rapidly growing department that is part of the Neuroscience Institute. Our goal is to be the premier academic neurological center in Central Pennsylvania by providing the highest quality patient care, research and training. 

We are committed to excellence in the delivery of neurological care, and we place the needs, well-being, and comfort of our patients above and beyond all other considerations. We strive to provide care that is evidence based, effective, efficient, compassionate, economically competitive and patient centered.  More...

WGAL Live Web Chat – April 22, 2014 from Noon-1:00 p.m.

Chat with Dr. Robert Harbaugh, chair of neurosurgery, and Dr. David Good, chair of neurology, and get your questions about the brain and nervous system answered live!

Join the chat

Highlights

Dr. Divisha Raheja completed her medical school training at Government Medical College, Patiala in India. She then completed her neurology training at Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, and fellowship training in Electromyography and Neuromuscular Medicine at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.  Dr. Raheja is presently Assistant Professor of Neurology and cares for patients with neuromuscular disorders.

Date: April 4, 2014 Speaker:  Jonathan Wolpaw, MD, Chief, Lab Neural Injury & Repair, Wadsworth Center NY, Univ. of New York.  Topic:  Adaptive Neurotechnologies - Principles and Promise.

Date:  April 11, 2014 Speaker:  Gary Thomas, MD, and Richard Tenser, MD, Dept. of Neurology, PSU.  Topic:  An Interesting Case.

Date:  April 18, 2014 Speaker: Richard Lewis, MD, Director, Electromyography Lab and Co-Director, Neuromuscular Clinic, Cedars-Sinai, CA.  Topic:  The Evolving Clinical and Genetic Spectrum of the Hereditary Neuropathies.

Date:  April 25, 2014 Speaker:  Richard Mailman, PhD, Professor and College of Medicine Distinguished Senior Scholar, Dept. of Pharmacology, PSU.  Topic:  Pharmacology of Parkinson's Disease.