Alba Coraini, MD, is a neurology resident physician at Harvard Medical School and a fellow of the Nerve Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital. She trained at Humanitas University in Milan, Italy. Her areas of clinical and research interest are peripheral neuropathies, in particular, small-fiber neuropathy. In addition, she previously investigated the genetic and molecular basis of neuromuscular diseases, including ALS and motor neuron disorders associated with the MRI "snake eyes" sign. She is a fellow of the American Heart Association and a clinical instructor at Tufts Medical School.
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