NeuroNow Fall 2011
A recent gift that will launch a new neurosurgery pain research institute at Johns Hopkins is furthering the work of Henry Brem, Bobbie Norris and Frederick Lenz, who all treat and research pain.
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Johns Hopkins recently received a gift that will launch a new neurosurgery pain research institute.
From the Directors
The generous support of our donors has helped launch a new neurosurgery pain research institute, provide ongoing education for our multiple sclerosis nurses, and bring Baltimore City students in for summer internships.
Johns Hopkins researchers recently published groundbreaking research on a common form of brain cancer.
Nurses at the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center rely on the Molly O. Kunkel Nursing Fund for continuing training vital for patient care and education.
Jack Griffin was the founding director of the Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute and former director of the Department of Neurology.
Every summer, students from Baltimore City join Johns Hopkins physicians for eight weeks to get real experience in medicine and medical research careers.