Dr. Fotuhi is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of The Brain Center. He has established the first and only science-based multidisciplinary program devoted to helping people of all ages improve their memory and prevent Alzheimer's disease.
Dr. Fotuhi received his medical degree (cum laude) from Harvard Medical School in Boston and his PhD doctorate in neurosciences from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. He completed his neurology residency and fellowship trainings at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Fotuhi's initial clinical research at Johns Hopkins focused on basic brain neurochemistry and on finding effective ways to prevent dementia. More specifically, he worked on longitudinal studies to determine the beneficial role of vitamins and natural supplements in maintaining cognitive function and brain health.
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