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Areas of Research: Effects of disease and aging on gait and cognition in older adults. Influence of cognitively stimulating activities on reducing risk of dementia and mobility loss, cognitive control of mobility, and global health. Dr. Verghese graduated from St. Johns Medical College, Bangalore, India in 1989. He did his postgraduate training in Internal Medicine and Neurology in United Kingdom. He completed his Neurology residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY in 1998. He did his fellowship training in Neurophysiology as well as Aging & Dementia in 1999 at the same institution. He received a Master of Science degree in Clinical Research Methods with Distinction in 2001. Dr Verghese is board-Certified in Neurology.


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