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CEREBRUM, DANA FOUNDATION

November 6, 2019

Devices in and out of the brain that can stimulate the nervous system through electric current are now being used to treat depression, movement disorders, and chronic pain. Our author, a Stanford School of Medicine clinical associate professor provides insight on the many neuromodulation strategies now available to treat brain injury and the potential further of research to accomplish much more.

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FEMALE AND MALE SERVICE MEMBERS AND VETERANS RECOVER FROM CONCUSSION DIFFERENTLY, STUDY FINDS

March 8, 2020

"If we don’t understand the differences in biology and/or symptomology, it could cause a major burden for society going forward. Individual differences must be analyzed through the lens of gender,” said Maheen Mausoof Adamson, DVBIC senior clinical research director and a neuroscientist at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Adamson is one of the lead scientists on the DVBIC-funded study conducted at the Veteran Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System...

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WOMEN IN NEUROSURGERY

December 1, 2019

Stanford's Department of Neurosurgery faculty is nearly 25% female, an unprecedented level compared to other Neurosurgery programs around the country, and the world. But there is still much room to improve parity, and to make the path to success in this field less burdensome and stigmatized for women. In this series, women across the Department share their experiences as females in the fields of science and medicine. From what got them hooked on science as children, or motivated them to become doctors, to their determination to overcome the bumps they faced on the road to becoming neurosurgeons, we suspect their stories will resonate with many women, regardless of their chosen profession. We hope that by sharing their stories, we may inspire more young girls to pursue careers in science, and eliminate some of the myths associated with women pursuing one of the most complex and demanding specialties in medicine.

HEAD FOR THE FUTURE

March 19, 2019

Dr. Maheen Adamson is the senior scientific research director at DVBIC - Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center. Watch her explain some of the different effects of traumatic brain injury (#TBI) between men and women and talk about the importance of continued research into sex differences when it comes to TBI. #BIAMonth

STANFORD DAILY

September 6, 2019

Associate Stanford professor talks Neuralink, Elon Musk’s venture into health industry

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NEUROSURGICAL FOCUS

November 2, 2018

This is a featured video abstract for the article "Traumatic brain injury among female veterans: a review of sex differences in military neurosurgery" by Kim et al., in the December 2018 issue of Neurosurgical Focus.
thejns.org/doi/full/10.3171/2018.9.FOCUS18369

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Spiegeloog, Amsterdam

April 27, 2020

Pandēmus: Global Stress Response During The COVID-19 Pandemic

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