A sedation drug shows promise to serve as a protective therapy for patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage, new review concludes.
Funds were provided by the UF Breathing Research and Therapeutics Center and the Trauma, Concussion, and Sports, or TRACS, Neuromedicine Program.
This RFA is designed to support developing research programs that can demonstrate financial need in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stroke experts Drs. Brian Hoh and Anna Khanna share an inspirational patient success story.
Drs. Russell Bauer and Michael Jaffee discussed new progress in traumatic brain injury research.
Neurologists and emergency medicine physicians help lead study to evaluate outcomes after intensive treatments for severe traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Alexis Simpkins presented new findings at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2019 meeting regarding patients who have had a stroke in the past and are taking both aspirin and Plavix for stroke prevention.
Dr. Jay Clugston is an author on a new guideline published in Neurosurgery recommending that concussions be classified into five subtypes.
In The Conversation, Drs. Katharina Busl and Carolina Maciel weigh in on a new study suggesting that brain activity measured by EEG may provide a key indicator to predict a patient’s likelihood of recovering from an acute brain injury.
Dr. W. Christopher Fox was among a select group of physicians who discussed the importance of improving stroke outcomes with Florida lawmakers.