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Neurology

Hopkins, Howard partner to develop tech for neuro disorders
Published Sept 27, 2022
Both universities are partnering to create solutions for neurological conditions.
A father's wish, a bioethicist's dilemma
Published Fall 2022
A JHU faculty member recounts the agonizing decision he had to make for a parent unable to communicate with the world / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Johns Hopkins researchers search for a cure for coma
Published Fall 2022
Researchers at Johns Hopkins and elsewhere aim for better diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes for a condition that still mystifies. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Neurology
Exercise hormone halts Parkinson's disease symptoms in mouse study
Published Sept 13, 2022
A new study could pave the way for the creation of a therapy used to treat Parkinson's disease and other neurodegenerative disorders
Brain science
A cure for coma?
Published July 25, 2022
Researchers at Johns Hopkins and elsewhere aim for better diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes for a condition that still mystifies
Essay
A father's wish, a bioethicist's dilemma
Published July 25, 2022
A JHU faculty member recounts the agonizing decision he had to make for a parent unable to communicate with the world
Health
Johns Hopkins researchers identify potential window for treating ALS
Published April 8, 2022
A cell type called astrocytes may contribute to motor neuron death during ALS progression, offering a treatment target for the degenerative disease
Three from Hopkins named to National Academy of Inventors
Published Dec 20, 2021
Cardiologist Ronald Berger, neurologist Ted Dawson, and biomedical engineer Jordan Green are among 164 selected to join the academy this year
Wearable motion sensors help predict outcomes for patients with severe brain injury
Published Dec 17, 2021
These devices record motor signals found to be correlated with levels of patient consciousness and purposeful movement and can help doctors predict patient outcomes
In study, transplanted brain stem cells survive without anti-rejection drugs
Published Oct 2, 2019
By exploiting a feature of the immune system, researchers potentially open the door for stem cell transplants to repair the brain