Jeffrey Burns, MD, MS
Jeffrey M. Burns, MD, MS is the Edward H. Hashinger Professor of Neurology and the Co-Director of the University of Kansas Alzheimer’s Disease Center (KU ADRC). Dr. Burns also directs the Clinical and Translational Science Unit, the Department of Neurology’s Memory Care Clinic, and leads the KU ADRC’s Clinical Core and AD Trial Team, which is a site for the ADCS and ATRI national trial networks. Dr. Burns started the AD clinical research program at KU in 2004 to stimulate and support AD and aging research locally while pursuing research investigating how various lifestyle factors influence brain aging and AD. The program has grown into a vibrant research and training environment for AD and brain aging research. Dr. Burns has been continuously funded as a PI by the NIH since 2005 for work focused on how various lifestyle factors influence brain aging and AD progression.
Jeffrey Burns, MD, MS, discloses he receives research support for NIH, is a site investigator for trails from Novaritis et al, and a consultant for renw research.
Dr. Burns can be reached at email@example.com.