James F. Burke
Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, Medical School.
M.D., Loyola University Chicago, Stitch School of Medicine
Dr. Burke's primary interest include improving our understanding of the drivers of post-stroke disability and developing better strategies to individualize treatment decisions incorporating clinical evidence and patient preferences.
Select Aging Publications
Wing, Jeffrey J., James F. Burke, Philippa J. Clarke, Chunyang Feng, and Lesli E. Skolarus. 2017. "The role of the environment in falls among stroke survivors." Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 72: 1-5.
Zahuranec, Darin B., Lesli E. Skolarus, Chunyang Feng, Vicki Freedman, and James F. Burke. 2017. "Activity limitations and subjective well-being after stroke." Neurology, 89(9): 944-950.
Kerber, Kevin A., Brian C. Callaghan, Steven A. Telian, William J. Meurer, Lesli E. Skolarus, Wendy Carender, and James F. Burke. Forthcoming. "Dizziness Symptom Type Prevalence and Overlap: A US Nationally Representative Survey." The American Journal of Medicine.
Burke, James F., and Lesli E. Skolarus. 2017. "Are More Young People Having Strokes?-A Simple Question With an Uncertain Answer." JAMA Neurology, 74(6): 639-641.
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