UCLA Goldberg Migraine Program


UCLA GOLDBERG MIGRAINE PROGRAM The UCLA Goldberg Migraine Program strives to improve the lives of those with migraine and pain through basic research, clinical research, education, and multidisciplinary patient care
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Andrew Charles, MD. Director Mollie Johnston, M.D. Chelsea Hesterman, M.D. Josh Kamins, M.D. Charles Flippen, M.D. Angel Moreno, N.P. Feridey Carr, Ph.D. Dorothy Harris, M.D., Ph.D. Guido Faas, Ph.D. Director, Basic Science Richard May, Clinic Director Akira Feliz, Clinical Research Coordinator CLINIC STAFF
The UCLA Goldberg Migraine Program is supported by an extraordinary gift from Wendy and Leonard Goldberg (the largest institutional gift thus far in the world to support migraine), and by the Meyer and Renee Luskin Chair in Migraine and Headache Studies (the only current endowed chair in the U.S. focusing on migraine and headache disorders