Neuro Innovations - Collaborations in Discovery
Collaborations in Discovery
Articles in this Issue
From the Directors
Johns Hopkins Aneurysm Center is leading the way when is comes to aneursym repair options
Discover what Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Rafael Tamargo is studying to prevent narrowing of brain blood vessels after a brain hemorrhage.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Read about Johns Hopkins researchers new focus in the study of ALS
Learn how Johns Hopkins neurologists are helping people with autism and other cognitive impairments improve their communication, including learning to speak
Understand how Johns Hopkins researchers are seeking new ways to stop aggressive brain tumors.
Find out from Johns Hopkins' Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa how altering a patient's own stem cells could help fight brain tumors.
Learn how Johns Hopkins researcher Gregory Riggins is working on starving glioblastoma cells while sparing normal brain cells.
Find out more about a minimally invasive surgical technique to repair abnormal skull growths in infants performed by Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon Edward Ahn
Learn about brain mapping research at Johns Hopkins that seeks to pinpoint surgical locations for epileptic seizure relief
Read about Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons who are implanting electrodes in epileptic patients' brains to reduce seizures
Mutiple Sclerosis & Transverse Myelitis
Uncover how Hopkins reserchers are finding new treatments and diagnostic tools to treat multiple sclerosis and transverse myelitis
Peripheral Nerve Tumors
Find out how Johns Hopkins physicians are leading the charge in identifying breakthrough treatments for peripheral nerve tumors
Learn about the role that video games and robots play in recovery after stroke
TBI & Insomnia
Find out how Hopkins researchers are investigating the brain pathway problems related to traumatic brain injury and insomnia
Discover how Johns Hopkins researchers are fostering relationships with drug discovery experts to create new treatment options
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