NeuroNow - Spring 2010
Antibiodies give Drs Carlos Pardo and Harvey Singer a common focus in their search for autism's cause and cure.
Articles in this Issue
From Our Directors
Henry Brem and Justin McArthur reflect on collaboration at Hopkins
Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders
Learn how Hopkins physicians are identifying and treating adult hydrocephalaus — a condition whose symptoms can bear a striking resemblance to Alzheimer’s.
Recent findings from two Johns Hopkins labs suggest yet another culprit to the development of autism—the immune system.
Menigiomias at the base of the skull have always been a tricky surgical site. Read how Alessandro Olivi and colleagues are treating these tumors with radiosurgery.
Leonard and Phyllis Attman hope their generous donation will help further the study of meningiomas.
Jeff Rothstein and others are closely watching an antianxiety drug that may slow the muscle weakening that comes with ALS.