Neuroscience

Mayo Clinic Study Finds No Link Between Anesthesia Exposure, Mild Cognitive Impairment

A Mayo Clinic study of people who received anesthesia for surgery after age 40 found no association between the anesthesia and the development of mild cognitive impairment later in life.

Publish Date: 6/15/2016

Subarachnoid Hemorrhage From Ruptured Brain Aneurysm

Giuseppe Lanzino, M.D., and Alejandro A. Rabinstein, M.D., discuss treatment of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhages that result from ruptured brain aneurysms. This condition, one of the most complex acute conditions encountered in medicine, poses difficult and complicated neurological and systemic issues for the health care team.

Publish Date: 2/22/2016

Clues to Solve the Puzzles of Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease, and Cancer

Stephen Friend, M.D., Ph.D., encourages the Individualizing Medicine Conferenceaudience to establish a new paradigm for genomic research. From his Seattle-based Sage Bionetwork, he is reimagining the roles of individuals, researchers and technology in the research process.

Publish Date: 1/11/2016

The BRAIN Initiative, Deep Stimulation and Diamonds

Neurosurgeon Kendall H. Lee, M.D., Ph.D., discusses limb reanimation after spinal cord injury with Kevin E. Bennet, Engineering chair at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota.

Publish Date: 1/11/2016

Neurotechnology to Restore Function After Spinal Cord Injury

Peter J. Grahn, Mayo Clinic Predoctoral student, Neurobiology Disease Track and Kendall Lee, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Neurosurgery at Mayo Clinic, discuss Grahn’s background and research. In 2005 he suffered a cervical spinal cord injury, spurring.his interest in spinal cord research.

Publish Date: 11/6/2015

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Chemo After Radiation Therapy Improves Brain Cancer Survival

A clinical trial co-led by Mayo Clinic Cancer Center researchers found that adding chemotherapy following radiation treatment improved survival for adults with low-grade gliomas by more than five years.

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Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems

Allen Brown, M.D., Associate Professor of PM&R at Mayo Clinic discusses traumatic brain injury model systems and data.

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Mayo Clinic Study of Thousands of Brains Reveals Tau as Driver of Alzheimer’s Disease

By examining more than 3,600 postmortem brains, researchers at Mayo Clinic have found that the progression of dysfunctional tau protein drives the cognitive decline and memory loss seen in Alzheimer’s disease.

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Is it Dementia, or Just Normal Aging? New Tool May Help Triage

Ronald Petersen, M.D., Ph.D., discusses a new scoring system to help determine which elderly people may be at a higher risk of developing the memory and thinking problems that can lead to dementia.

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Advancing the Knowledge of ALS and FTD

Researchers at Mayo Clinic in Florida have developed a mouse model that exhibits the features associated with the most common genetic form of ALS and frontotemporal dementia

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Grand Rounds: Cognitive Decline in the Elderly and the Role of Cognitive Reserve

Dr. Prashanthi Vemuri presents Cognitive Decline in the Elderly and the Role of Cognitive Reserve

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Regenerative Medicine & TBI

Allen Brown, M.D., Associate Professor of PM&R at Mayo Clinic discusses regenerative medicine and traumatic brain injury.

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International Non-Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Study Group Overview & Current Results

Ronald K. Reeves, M.D., presented at the Neurorehabilitation Summit a formation of an International Study Group focusing on Non-Traumatic Spinal Cord Injuries, and the data that was gathered throughout.

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