Video: Minimally Invasive Epilepsy Surgery at UCSF

September 16, 2022
In this new video, UCSF neurosurgeon Edward Chang, MD, provides an overview of the pros and cons of different minimally invasive surgical treatments for epilepsy.

Coding and noncoding genes play distinct roles in brain development

September 16, 2022
Noncoding RNA genome may promote neural stem cell development, UCSF study says

UCSF scientists investigate link between viruses and glioma survival

September 15, 2022
New funding from the NIH will help tease apart a years-along mystery

UCSF researchers study how brain tumor cells evade therapy

September 13, 2022
New NIH grant funds research into predicting glioma evolution

How transplanting the 'right kind' of neurons could stop seizures

September 06, 2022
About a third of people with epilepsy have seizures that do not respond to the currently available medications.

Faculty Spotlight: Roberto Rodriguez Rubio, MD

August 26, 2022
Roberto Rodriguez Rubio, MD may be a neurosurgeon, but in his work as director and principal investigator of the Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Laboratory, he explores techniques borrowed from photography, 3D art, virtual reality, and even archeology.