Randall W. Bryner, EdD, was recently appointed interim chair for the School of Medicine’s Division of Exercise Physiology. He will oversee the education and undergraduate activities of the program. John M. Hollander, PhD, will serve as interim vice chair with responsibility for research and graduate education, including the PhD program.
Drs. Bryner and Hollander will replace Stephen E. Alway, PhD, who will assume the position of dean of the College of Health Professions at University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in late December.
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Deep brain stimulation can help ease symptoms of movement disorders and decrease the amount of medicine needed to treat these conditions. WVU Medicine neurosurgeon Nicholas Brandmeir, MD, an expert on movement disorders, provides you with information about these neurological conditions and the benefits of deep brain stimulation.