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In MemoriamDonlin Long, Master Neurosurgeon, Pain Treatment Pioneer, and First Head of Johns Hopkins Neurosurgery Dept., Dies at 89
Highly regarded for his uncommon skill at performing virtually every kind of neurosurgical procedure, as well as for his enormous impact on pain reduction research and neurological studies, Long was widely considered to be one of the best surgeons of his generation.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital is top ranked in Neurology & Neurosurgery, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2023–24 Best Hospitals list.
AwardsCongratulations to Our 2023 'Top Doctors'
Baltimore magazine recognized more than 100 Johns Hopkins physicians as “Top Doctors” of 2023, including many neurologists and neurosurgeons. This acknowledgement comes from an annual peer survey.
Skull Reconstruction | Dennis' Story
Nerve Repair | Santi’s Story
Surviving Stroke at a Young Age | Sam’s Story
Hydrogel: The Future of Cancer Treatment
Despite recent technological advancements in the battle against brain cancer, there is a dire need for new treatment strategies. Offering hope in the future of cancer treatment, our team at Johns Hopkins developed a gel to help fend off lingering cancer cells and discourage recurrence after tumor removal.Read about this research
Tip Sheet: Studies on Behavioral Concerns Tied to a Commonly Used Chemical and Youth COVID-19 Vaccination Rates Among Johns Hopkins Research to be Featured at National Pediatrics Meeting
Johns Hopkins Children's Center researchers will present on numerous topics during the PAS 2023 meeting.
Johns Hopkins Neuroimaging Study Reveals Functional and Structural Brain Abnormalities in People with Post-Treatment Lyme Disease
Researchers used advanced imaging scans to observe white matter differences in small cohort of Lyme patients.