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Recent News Releases
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 Lyme patietns
Featured Articles from NeuroLogic
New Research Illuminates How Ultrasound Could Be Used in Fight Against Glioblastoma and Other Brain Conditions
Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons are among the first in the U.S. to use magnetic resonance guided focused ultrasound, also known as MRgFUS, to investigate how it may be applied to ablate diseased tissue and traverse the blood-brain barrier.
Better Understanding of Chiari Malformation
Johns Hopkins' participation in the Chiari Surgical Success Scale and a similar study for nonsurgical patients could help doctors make better treatment decisions.
Identifying the Seizure Onset Zone Through Single-Pulse Electrical Stimulation
New study by Johns Hopkins researchers could significantly shorten monitoring time before epilepsy surgery and improve outcomes
Spine Surgery at 95 | When Patience Pays Off
When chronic leg pain from spinal compression started interfering with her active life and overall happiness, Vivian sought relief. She was turned away by several surgeons who saw her age as a risk factor, but Johns Hopkins spine neurosurgeon Ali Bydon thought otherwise.View all patient stories