NeuroLogic Winter 2012
Marek Mirski, Henry Brem and Gail Biba will lead teams caring for patients in Hopkins' new NCCU, located in the Sheikh Zayed Tower scheduled to open in April 2012. The new NCCU's features were specifically designed to optimize the patient experience.
Articles in this Issue
Johns Hopkins' new hospital building brings great advances for both patients and staff in the neurosciences.
Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons and their colleagues provide care that makes it possible to surgically remove pediatric brainstem tumors, in many cases negating the need for any other kind of therapy.
Johns Hopkins has several experts on Guillain-Barre syndrome and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, and is also a Center of Excellence for these conditions.
Deep brain stimulation can provide relief for movement disorders, including Parkinson's disease, when other treatments fail.
Jack Griffin was the founding director of the Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute and former director of the Department of Neurology.