Awards & Recognition

Fellow Dr. Eyal Maoz Halevy is a recipient of the American Headache Society Frontiers in Headache Research Award, AHS Scottsdale Symposium, 2023

Photo: Olivia Begasse de Dhaem Headache Specialist at HHC and mentor for the project, Dr. Eyal Maoz-Halevy HHC Headache Fellow and Recipient of the American Headache Society Frontiers Research Award for his project entitled "Physical Activity as a Vital Sign (PAVS) at a Tertiary Headache Center: Associations between Physical Activity, Demographics, Migraine Comorbidities, and Burden of Disease" and Dr Brian Grosberg the director of the HHC headache center.
Olivia Begasse de Dhaem, Eyal Maoz-Halevy, Brian Grosberg

APPs Win Awards / State of the Medical Group

Our very own Sheena, Renee and Maeghan were recognized and received the following awards for their hard work this year at the State of the Medical Group awards:

  • Sheena: APP Educator/Preceptor of the Year Award
  • Renee: APP Humanitarian award
  • Maeghan: APP Shining Star award

Congratulations to our wonderful APPs that do so much for our patients and our team.

Sheena, Renee and Maeghan

Andrea Murphy, APRN / Telehealth

Andrea was featured on Hartford HealthCare’s Telehealth Program which launched as a pilot at the Headache Center in September of 2018. Visits can be conducted on a home computer, mobile phone or tablet using MyChart Plus, Hartford HealthCare’s electronic medical record platform.


Dr. Grosberg named as one of Connecticut's Best Doctors 2019

To see the list of top doctors for neurologyclick here.

Dr. Grosberg Elected to Serve on Two Advisory Boards

Dr. Brian Brosberg, Director of the Headache Center, has been elected to serve on the medical advisory board of two companies looking at the use of technology for migraine: Neurolief and Lifegraph.

Dr. Chua featured in INVisible Project MIGRAINE

May, 2018, Dr. Chua was featured in the 2nd annual Migraine edition of the INvisible Project, a publication by the U.S. Pain Foundation that highlights patients with chronic conditions, such as migraine.

Headache Center Gains International Attention

The Hartford HealthCare Headache Center continues to raise its profile as a hub for education and research in the field of headache care.

Most recently, the program was observed by the leading headache neurologist in Colombia, South America. Dr. Joe Munoz spent three months shadowing Headache Center Medical Director Dr. Brian Grosberg and his team of headache specialists and seeing patients at the Center.

“We have 50 million people in Colombia and nearly 6 million suffer from migraines. That’s a large number and we have limited resources as far as neurologists and headache specialists go,” says Munoz. “I’ll be bringing back so much information from this visit and have really been impressed with Dr. Grosberg and his team’s multidisciplinary approach to caring for patients.”

Dr. Grosberg and Dr. Munoz met nearly 10 years ago when Grosberg was practicing in New York.

“Being able to have the opportunity for someone of Dr. Munoz’ stature to come here is really tremendous. It speaks to the level of care we’re providing and to the level of education we’re providing as well,” says Grosberg “We’re an academic headache program and I believe the patients see the importance of that. It means we’re not only focusing on their care but bringing advances and cutting edge treatments into the clinical practice. Ultimately that translates into better patient outcomes.”

Dr. Munoz visit to the Headache Center

Grosberg Shares $250,000 Grant For Three-Year Migraine Study

Dr. Brian Grosberg, medical director of the Hartford HealthCare Headache Center, is co-winner of the Migraine Research Foundation’s first Impact Award that comes with a $250,000 grant to fund a three-year study on status of migrainosus, a severe form of migraine that lasts longer than three days.

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