Minimally Invasive Epilepsy Surgery: Cutting-Edge Treatments

By MyEpilepsyTeam on December 02, 2022
In recent years, epilepsy surgery has quickly evolved to be less invasive, with fewer side effects and better outcomes. This article will review different minimally invasive surgery options, their risks and benefits, and how to know if you are a good candidate for surgery.

A rising star: UCSF researchers discover how astrocytes develop in the brain

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Astrocytes – a unique population of star-shaped brain cells – are selectively vulnerable to the perturbations that underlie the neurological symptoms in Down syndrome, Alexander disease, and SARS-COV-2 virus infection. But, very little is known about how astrocytes form in the developing brain.

Extended hospital stays after traumatic brain injury linked to low socioeconomic status, Medicaid insurance

November 15, 2022
Safety net hospital Zuckerberg San Francisco General picks up the slack for systemic inequities in access to essential post-acute care.

No Longer at a Loss for Words

November 08, 2022
New research demonstrates that a speech-controlled BCI can be used to spell out intended sentences from a large vocabulary in real time with 94% accuracy.

NYSCF Announces 2022 Class of NYSCF – Robertson Investigators

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The New York Stem Cell Foundation

Reprogramming a brain tumor’s immune response against itself

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New UCSF scientist studies how tumor cells influence glioblastoma microenvironment

Thriving with Hydrocephalus: Brock Albee's Inspirational Story

October 13, 2022
Cross-country runner. Dipsea Race scholarship recipient. Occupational therapist candidate. At 24 years old, Brock Albee holds an impressive resume. 

From sounds to language: UCSF scientists study how the brain represents speech

September 29, 2022
NIH grants funds research into linguistic, prosodic elements of speech