The World’s Most Influential Psychiatrist.
Dr. D.C. Neel, MD, PhD.
The world’s most eminent brain surgeon.
He is also a prominent and respected figure in the field of neurology.
Dr. D’Rosa Neel is the Director of the Brain Imaging Institute at NYU Langone Medical Center.
She is one of the world’s foremost authorities on the development and evaluation of brain imaging technology.
In her field of expertise, she is responsible for developing the world-leading diagnostic tool, the CEDI (Computer-Assisted Diagnostic Imaging), that has enabled neurosurgeons around the world to rapidly diagnose brain disorders, including Alzheimer’s, depression, autism, schizophrenia, and traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Neels groundbreaking work in brain imaging is often attributed to her pioneering approach to diagnosing the earliest signs of traumatic brain injuries.
In 2003, a group of researchers from Harvard Medical School and the University of Michigan Medical School published a study that demonstrated that the use of brain scans could detect the early signs of trauma in the brains of patients with traumatic brain damage.
The research demonstrated that a single brain scan can differentiate traumatic brain lesions from non-traumatic brain damage, and that the results could predict if a patient had a traumatic brain insult or whether they would develop symptoms.
The study’s lead author, Dr. Richard V. Norenzayan, MD., a professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the University at Buffalo, is a pioneer in the development of the CedI diagnostic tool.
Dr Neel’s groundbreaking work has been instrumental in improving diagnostic tools for traumatic brain and traumatic-brain injury.
The CEDTI has become the standard in neurosurgery for detecting early signs and early symptoms of traumatic injuries.
The CED-1 (Computerized Diagnostic Evaluation of the Early Sign of Traumatic Brain Injury) tool was developed to detect early signs in traumatic brain lesion and early signs, such as agitation, confusion, sleepiness, tremor, memory loss, or aggression.
The use of the tool, known as the CEE-1, has been recognized as the gold standard in the detection of early signs that can be identified in the neurosurgical evaluation of traumatic lesions, such that it has become an integral part of most neurosurgeries in the United States.
Dr Drexel was honored as one of three Nobel Laureates in Medicine for her contributions to neurosurges research.
She was also awarded the 2017 National Medal of Science by President Donald Trump.
Since 2000, Dr Drexels research has focused on the understanding of brain disorders and their potential therapeutic targets.
In addition to the CER-1 and CEDM-1 tools, Drs.
Doss and Neel have developed the CEMI-1 tool that is a key component of the diagnostic tool and has the potential to be the standard diagnostic tool for the diagnosis of traumatic damage.
In 2003 Dr D’Vosa Neels pioneering work in neurology was published in the Journal of Neurological Surgery, where it was titled, “A diagnostic tool of the early stages of traumatic injury.”
In this article, Dr Neels discusses her life-long dedication to neurology and the contributions she made to our understanding of traumatic-related brain injuries, and how she developed and applied her pioneering work to the diagnosis and management of traumatic disease.