NeuroNow Spring 2011
John Krakauer’s research suggests that identifying a signature pattern in stroke patients may eventually help doctors know which patients to target for more aggressive therapies.
Articles in this Issue
John Krakauer is studying stroke patients to find the best ways to help them regain lost function.
From the Directors
Research by Johns Hopkins neurologists and neurosurgeons is offering a fresh perspective on stroke, surgical hardware, and the best ways to bring medicine from the bench to the bedside.
Researchers at Hopkins' Spinal Column Biomechanics and Surgical Outcomes Laboratory are evaluating the best hardware and techniques for spine surgery.
Laboratory to Bedside
The Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute's neurotranslational program is moving promising treatments from the lab bench to the bedside.
Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons recently went on a medical mission trip to Nigeria and Ghana, helping patients in need and providing training for local physicians.
Friends of Research
Josh Fidler, a former Hopkins patient, now serves as chair of the Neurosurgery Advisory Board.