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Glass Laboratory

  

 glass in labJonathan D. Glass received his undergraduate degree from Middlebury College (Vermont) and his MD from the University of Vermont.  He trainedin Neurology and Neuropathology at Johns Hopkins, where he was a faculty member until being recruited to Emory in 1996. He is widely known for his research on the pathogenesis and prevention of axonal degeneration in neurological diseases, and for his work in human and experimental neuropathology.  His laboratory is currently focusing on the role of axonal degeneration in animal models of ALS, as well as on proteomic biomarkers of ALS in animals and in humans with Dr. Junmin Peng in the Department of Genetics.  Dr. Glass heads the division of Neuromuscular Diseases in the Department of Neurology and is the Director of the Emory ALS Center.  Dr. Glass is also an active clinician who has been cited each year since 2001 as one of  "America's Top Doctors" (Castle Connelly) and since 2005 as one of only 5 neurologists in "Atlanta's Top Doctors" (Atlanta Magazine).  He is also a teacher and mentor to young physicians and served as the director of Emory's Neurology residency program from 2001-2006.

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