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Expertise in Crohn Disease: HELP
Frederick Andermann
Based on 1 article published since 2008
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Expertscape's algorithms degrade at low publication numbers. Thus, with only 1 published article on Crohn Disease from 2008 through 2019, it is not possible for Expertscape to reliably rate Frederick Andermann's expertise on this topic.

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Most likely:    Miscellaneous institutions in Montreal      
2014
  • From the Neurogenetics Unit (D.A., E.A.), Epilepsy Clinic (F.A.), and Neuroimmunology Unit (A.B.-O.), Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute, Quebec, Canada · Departments of Neurology & Neurosurgery (D.A., F.A., E.A., A.B.-O.), Pediatrics (F.A.), and Human Genetics (E.A.), McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada · Okmeydani Education and Research Hospital (D.K.), Istanbul, Turkey · Royal Victoria Infirmary (Y.H.), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK · Epilepsy Research Center (S.F.B.), Department of Medicine (Neurology), University of Melbourne, Australia · and Department of Neurology (K.L.), University of California at San Francisco. · Pubmed 25142901
Probable:    McGill University      
2014
  • From the Neurogenetics Unit (D.A., E.A.), Epilepsy Clinic (F.A.), and Neuroimmunology Unit (A.B.-O.), Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute, Quebec, Canada · Departments of Neurology & Neurosurgery (D.A., F.A., E.A., A.B.-O.), Pediatrics (F.A.), and Human Genetics (E.A.), McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada · Okmeydani Education and Research Hospital (D.K.), Istanbul, Turkey · Royal Victoria Infirmary (Y.H.), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK · Epilepsy Research Center (S.F.B.), Department of Medicine (Neurology), University of Melbourne, Australia · and Department of Neurology (K.L.), University of California at San Francisco. · Pubmed 25142901
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Here is the title of the one article written by Frederick Andermann in 2008-2019 about Crohn Disease:

  • Rasmussen encephalitis and comorbid autoimmune diseases: A window into disease mechanism? 2014
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Miscellaneous institutions in Montreal
2014
  • From the Neurogenetics Unit (D.A., E.A.), Epilepsy Clinic (F.A.), and Neuroimmunology Unit (A.B.-O.), Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute, Quebec, Canada · Departments of Neurology & Neurosurgery (D.A., F.A., E.A., A.B.-O.), Pediatrics (F.A.), and Human Genetics (E.A.), McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada · Okmeydani Education and Research Hospital (D.K.), Istanbul, Turkey · Royal Victoria Infirmary (Y.H.), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK · Epilepsy Research Center (S.F.B.), Department of Medicine (Neurology), University of Melbourne, Australia · and Department of Neurology (K.L.), University of California at San Francisco. · Pubmed 25142901
McGill University
2014
  • From the Neurogenetics Unit (D.A., E.A.), Epilepsy Clinic (F.A.), and Neuroimmunology Unit (A.B.-O.), Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute, Quebec, Canada · Departments of Neurology & Neurosurgery (D.A., F.A., E.A., A.B.-O.), Pediatrics (F.A.), and Human Genetics (E.A.), McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada · Okmeydani Education and Research Hospital (D.K.), Istanbul, Turkey · Royal Victoria Infirmary (Y.H.), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK · Epilepsy Research Center (S.F.B.), Department of Medicine (Neurology), University of Melbourne, Australia · and Department of Neurology (K.L.), University of California at San Francisco. · Pubmed 25142901
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