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Edward Clinton Smith, MD
Associate Professor of Neurology
Department of Pediatrics
Duke University School of Medicine
3000 Erwin Road
Durham, North Carolina, United States
Edward Clinton Smith is an Associate Professor of Neurology at Duke University School of Medicine. His clinical research interests include neuromuscular diseases. Dr. Edward Clinton is actively involved in clinical trials for SMA and follows over 40 SMA patients in his clinic.
Edward Clinton Smith received his medical degree and pediatric residency from the University of Mississippi followed by child neurology residency training from Duke University. He directs a clinic in collaboration with pediatric plastic surgery, orthopedics, and occupational therapy to treat children with birth (“obstetric”) brachial plexopathies.
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