Death is a process, not a moment in time

Katharina Busl, M.D.

A recent study on the brains of pigs by Yale neuroscientists published in Nature suggested that some activity could be restored even after the animals had been dead for four hours.

In The Conversation, Katharina Busl, M.D., an associate professor of neurology and division chief of neurocritical care who specializes in brain death, weighs in on the study’s implications and how it reinforces that death is a process, not a moment in time.

Read the article in The Conversation.