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New Home Planned for University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute

The University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute has launched a $54.6 million fundraising campaign that will fund a new world-class outpatient facility for people with neurologic [...]

Patrick Callihan - Christmas in July

Patrick Callihan of Springboro has always been an aviation enthusiast. Ever since he was a kid, he has been fascinated with flight. That’s why it is [...]

Progesterone Does Not Improve Outcome After Traumatic Brain Injury

Contact: Richard Puff (513) 558-0448 CINCINNATI—Clinical trial results suggest that progesterone may not significantly improve outcomes in patients who have suffered a moderate to [...]

UC Researchers Show EEG’s Potential to Reveal Depolarizations following TBI

CONTACT: Cindy Starr (513) 558-3505 The potential for doctors to measure damaging “brain tsunamis” in injured patients without opening the skull has moved a [...]

Expert Seeks Improved Monitoring of 'Brain Tsunamis' after TBI

Jed Hartings, PhD, Research Associate Professor at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute, is among the world’s leaders in the research of brain waves known as [...]

UC to Join International Traumatic Brain Injury Research Collaboration

CINCINNATI—University of Cincinnati (UC) researchers will begin enrolling patients in the spring of 2014 in an international, multi-site research project to better understand traumatic brain [...]

UC Researcher Embraces Role in Global Study To Improve Brain Injury Treatment

During the next seven years, 38 institutions from around the world hope to answer a basic but nagging question: how best to treat people who [...]

Dr. Norberto Andaluz Discusses Ohio’s New ‘Return to Play’ Law

The number of youth concussions each year is becoming a silent epidemic, says Dr. Andaluz, Director of Neurotrauma at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. The [...]

Ketamine Shows Promise as Therapy for Brain Trauma and Mood Disorders

Patients who are fighting for their lives as a result of conditions as diverse as major depression, stroke and traumatic brain injury may benefit from [...]

Dr. Norberto Andaluz Comments on Obama’s $100M Project to Map the Human Brain

Dr. Norberto Andaluz, director of the  Neurotrauma Center at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute, shared his thoughts on President Obama’s $100 million plan [...]

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