NeuroNow Spring 2012
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A new center at Hopkins will focus on finding new treatments for ALS, and eventually, a cure.
From the Directors
Johns Hopkins Hospital is undergoing several big changes.
New Clinical Buildings
The Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery will be moving from the Meyer Building, a space they've occupied for nearly 30 years, into the hospital's new clinical building this spring.
Tiny electrodes that sit on the surface of the brain are giving Hopkins researchers new insight on what goes awry in epilepsy.
Irving and Florence Sherman have a long-standing relationship with Johns Hopkins that goes back to when Irving received his undergraduate and medical degrees here before World War II.