Latest neurosurgery News

Veterinary Educators Academy launches inaugural conference
Researchers to develop scaffolding for nerve regeneration with $2.14M NIH grant
Researchers Assess Diagnostic Criteria for Canine Glioma
Researchers uncover unanticipated aspects of genetic regulation of different brain tumors
Tasmanians waiting up to 6.5 years for neurosurgery appointments
College of Surgeons renews calls for title ‘surgeon’ to be restricted
Preclinical study illuminates origin of epileptic seizures
Bioprinting for bone repair improved with genes
$2.5M donation targets pandemic waiting lists
What regulates ‘glue’ needed for nerve repair?
$2.4M scanner boosts Geelong healthcare
Penn State establishes Geroscience and Dementia Prevention Consortium
Boost for neuro and spinal surgery at Epworth Geelong
Molecular profiling of meningioma can lead to improved prognosis and therapy
Tasmanians waiting years on hidden surgery wait list
Can brain stimulation improve memory formation?
EBOS seeks clearance to acquire New Zealand LifeHealthcare business
Female patients operated on by male surgeons more likely to die, suffer complications
Twins Study Indicates Environmental Factors Significant in Alzheimer’s Pathology
Brain stimulation device enables new understanding of OCD
Novel Brain Stimulation Approach Treats Severe Depression
$9M grant funds study of gut-brain connection in Parkinson’s
University of Toronto, Sunnybrook researchers deliver ultrasound-guided cancer therapy to brain
Fellowship exam update
Some neurons target tiny cerebral blood vessel dilation
Researchers join project to understand sex differences in brain cancer outcomes
Bacteria virus combo may be cause of neonatal brain infections in Uganda
$2 billion to extend critical health services across Australia
Fresh recruitment and fresh name for neurosurgery in South
Award for excellence in Alzheimer research
Different responses in individual cells give muscles more control
Smart needle receives $1mil to make brain surgery safer
$18.8 million to supercharge digital health technologies
First surgery in K-Block today
New approach allows blind, sighted people to “see” shapes
More services start in K-Block
Adult astrocytes key to learning, memory
Brain tumors trigger silencing of neuronal activity
Elective Surgery and Intensive Care at Wollongong Hospital
Tumor Blood Vessel Detection by a Gripping Force Feedback System
Respiration key to increase oxygen in brain