Pria Anand, MD
Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Neurology

MD, Stanford University School of Medicine
BA, Yale University



Dr. Anand is the Program Director of the Adult Neurology Residency and Chief of the Division of Hospital Neurology. She practices at Boston Medical Center, where she cares for hospitalized patients with acute neurological disorders and for patients with neurologic complications of infectious diseases, including HIV, neurocysticercosis, HTLV-associated myelopathy, progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy, and encephalitis.

Dr. Anand received her BA in cognitive science at Yale University and her MD with a concentration in biomedical ethics and medical humanities at Stanford University. She completed her neurology residency at Johns Hopkins, where she received the Thomas J. Preziosi Award for Clinical Excellence in Neurology and the Frank L. Coulson, Jr. Award for Clinical Excellence for “a level of mastery in interpersonal skills, humanism, diagnostic acumen, knowledge, and a scholarly approach to clinical practice”. She completed the Advanced General Neurology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital with a focus on neuro-infectious diseases, neuroimmunology, and neurologic manifestations of systemic diseases.

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  1. Madsen J, Vila C, Anand P, Lau KHV. Social Work in Outpatient Neurology at a Safety-Net Hospital: A 200-Hour Profile. J Immigr Minor Health. 2024 Feb; 26(1):247-252.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37676447
     
  2. Faro SH, Manmatharayan A, Leiby B, Jain N, Mohamed FB, Talekar KS, Doshi A, Jambor I, Chang S, Finkelstein M, Kremer S, Lersy F, Lindgren B, Figueiredo NM, Gerevini S, Napolitano A, Jain R, Dogra S, Pillai JJ, Ryan D, Jager R, Carletti F, Mian A, Kaliev A, Anand P, Takahashi C, Murat A, Colen R, Mansueto G, Pizzini F. Neuroimaging findings in 4342 hospitalized COVID-19 subjects: A multicenter report from the United States and Europe. J Neuroimaging. 2023; 33(5):752-763.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37381160
     
  3. Anand P, Cervantes-Arslanian AM, Feske S. Pandemic Neurology. Semin Neurol. 2023 Apr; 43(2):186.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37379849
     
  4. McEntire CRS, Fletcher A, Toledano M, Epstein S, White E, Tan CS, Mao-Draayer Y, Banks SA, Aksamit AJ, Gelfand JM, Thakur KT, Anand P, Cortese I, Bhattacharyya S. Characteristics of Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy Associated With Sarcoidosis Without Therapeutic Immune Suppression. JAMA Neurol. 2023 Jun 01; 80(6):624-633. PMID: 37093609; PMCID: PMC10126944; DOI: 10.1001/jamaneurol.2023.0841;
     
  5. Hingorani KS, Barnes E, Carneiro T, Sader E, Anand P, Ong CJ, Chung D, Daneshmand A, Suchdev K, Takahashi C, Greer D, Shulman JG, Aparicio HJ, Nguyen TN, Romero JR, AbdalKader M, Feske SK, Kimmel SD, Weinstein ZM, Fagan M, Dobrilovic N, Awtry E, Cervantes-Arslanian AM. Strokes in Patients With Injection Drug Use and Tricuspid Valve Endocarditis - A Case Series. Neurohospitalist. 2023 Jul; 13(3):272-277.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37441214; PMCID: PMC10334046; DOI: 10.1177/19418744231159460;
     
  6. White EI, Anand P, Cervantes-Arslanian AM. Characteristics and evolution of cerebral aneurysms among adults living with HIV: A retrospective, longitudinal case series. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis. 2023 Jun; 32(6):107127.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37116270
     
  7. Schiess N, Kulo V, Anand P, Bearden DR, Berkowitz AL, Birbeck GL, Cervantes-Arslanian A, Chan P, Chishimba LC, Chow FC, Elicer I, Fleury A, Kinikar A, Kvalsund M, Mateen FJ, Mbonde AA, Meyer AL, O'Carroll CB, Ogunniyi A, Patel AA, Rubenstein M, Siddiqi OK, Spudich S, Tackett SA, Thakur KT, Vora N, Zunt J, Saylor DR. Consensus Competencies for Postgraduate Fellowship Training in Global Neurology. Neurology. 2023 Aug 22; 101(8):357-368.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36997322; PMCID: PMC10449442; DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000207184;
     
  8. Schneider SA, Desai S, Phokaewvarangkul O, Rosca EC, Sringean J, Anand P, Bravo GÁ, Cardoso F, Cervantes-Arslanian AM, Chovatiya H, Crosiers D, Dijkstra F, Fearon C, Grandas F, Guedj E, Méndez-Guerrero A, Hassan M, Jankovic J, Lang AE, Makhoul K, Muccioli L, O'Shea SA, Ostovan VR, Perez-Sanchez JR, Ramdhani R, Ros-Castelló V, Schulte C, Shah P, Wojtecki L, Pal PK. COVID19-associated new-onset movement disorders: a follow-up study. J Neurol. 2023 Mar 21; 1-7.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36943516; PMCID: PMC10029788; DOI: 10.1007/s00415-023-11661-x;
     
  9. Schneider SA, Desai S, Phokaewvarangkul O, Rosca EC, Sringean J, Anand P, Bravo GÁ, Cardoso F, Cervantes-Arslanian AM, Chovatiya H, Crosiers D, Dijkstra F, Fearon C, Grandas F, Guedj E, Méndez-Guerrero A, Hassan M, Jankovic J, Lang AE, Makhoul K, Muccioli L, O'Shea SA, Ostovan VR, Perez-Sanchez JR, Ramdhani R, Ros-Castelló V, Schulte C, Shah P, Wojtecki L, Pal PK. COVID19-associated new-onset movement disorders: a follow-up study. J Neurol. 2023 May; 270(5):2409-2415.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36943516; PMCID: PMC10029788; DOI: 10.1007/s00415-023-11661-x;
     
  10. Kaplan EH, Torabian K, Edwards CV, Kaku MC, Anand P, Lau KHV. Clinical Reasoning: A 23-Year-Old Man With Progressive Asymmetric Weakness and Numbness. Neurology. 2023 Apr 04; 100(14):674-682.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36581467; PMCID: PMC10104613; DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000206773;
     
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My grandfather’s childhood polio remains a cautionary tale today

The Washington Post 9/10/2023

Two Studies Probe and Clarify Factors Linked to ‘Long COVID’

Neurology Today 4/7/2022

Can Covid-19 cause brain damage? Scientists to investigate whether coronavirus patients with neurological symptoms are affected long-term

Daily Mail 1/19/2021

Can Covid-19 cause brain damage? Scientists to investigate whether coronavirus patients with neurological symptoms are affected long-term

Daily Mail 1/19/2021

Fact Check: Don't fall for this morphed CNN visual claiming Covid vaccine turns people into zombies

India Today 12/28/2020

Could neurological complications be common even in mild COVID-19?

News-Medical.Net 12/18/2020

COVID-19 Neurologic Fallout Not Limited to the Severely Ill

Medscape 12/14/2020

COVID Patients Can Have Neurological Problems

WebMD 12/14/2020

Covid-19's effects include seizures and movement disorders -- even in some moderate cases, study finds

CNN Health 12/10/2020

Effects of Covid-19 on the brain include seizures and movement disorders

Ex Bulletin 12/10/2020

Neurologic Complications From COVID-19 Are Common – Even in Moderate Cases of the Disease

SciTechDaily 12/9/2020

Even in Moderate Cases, COVID-19 Is Causing Long-Term Neurological Harm

Drugs.com 12/9/2020

Even in Moderate Cases, COVID-19 Is Causing Long-Term Neurological Harm

US News & World Report 12/9/2020

Mindfulness May Ease the Emotional Burden of MS

Health Day 5/27/2020

The Pandemic Is Changing How We Die—And Not Just for COVID-19 Patients

TIME 5/13/2020

‘At the Very End, There is No One Else’: Saying Goodbye to Patients, Over and Over

The Boston Globe 4/30/2020

2020 Boston University School of Medicine: “Attending Educator of the Year Award” in recognition of outstanding dedication to resident teaching
2020 American Academy of Neurology: AAN Neuro-Infectious Disease Award
2020 Boston University Medical Group: Clinical Excellence Award
2019 American Academy of Neurology: Annual Meeting Scholarship
2018 Johns Hopkins Hospital: Thomas J. Preziosi Award for Clinical Excellence in Neurology
2018 Johns Hopkins Hospital: Frank L. Coulson, Jr. Award for Clinical Excellence
2015 University of North Carolina Hospital: Farmer Award in recognition of “truly compassionate care”
2014 Stanford Medical School: Gold Humanism Honor Society
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