NeuroNow - Fall 2007
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From Our Directors
In this time of tremendous excitement in the neurosciences, we are exceptionally fortunate to have the right people in the right place at precisely the right time in science to translate into patient care the important discoveries now taking place.
At The Johns Hopkins Myositis Center, specialists in muscle disease, including neurologists, rheumatologists and a pulmonologist treat adults with all forms of the disease.
Deep Brain Stimulation is now a standard of care for Parkinson’s disease, but it also has broad implications for conditions as diverse as obsessive compulsive disorder, obesity and psychiatric disease.
Dr. Edward Ahn joins the Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins.
Florence and Irving Sherman have given generously to Johns Hopkins over the last several decades, all with the express purpose of furthering neurological and neurosurgical research at Johns Hopkins.
Transverse Myelitis and Multiple Sclerosis are the focus of Johns Hopkins Project RESTORE, a research initiative that aims to rapidly develop new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for these two debilitating diseases.
Faculty and staff at the Johns Hopkins TM Center are dramatically improving the treatments and care of TM patients.