CHOC aims to improve care of neonatal seizures through research into medications with fewer side effects than traditional anti-epileptics.
Three research posters on biomarkers and treatment of infantile spasms to be presented at world’s largest epilepsy conference
CHOC to present three abstracts/posters on infantile spasms at the American Epilepsy Society meeting in Orlando, Fla. in December.
The world’s leading neonatologists who want to learn more about the newborn brain will gather at NeoBrain: An Interactive Educational Forum.
Student intern with the CHOC Research Institute gets valuable experience from working on research studies and shadowing surgeons.
CHOC is at the forefront of research for deep brain stimulation (DBS), a treatment for used on a small subset of patients, but this new work can lead to breakthroughs that potentially could affect millions.
CHOC’s hydrocephalus research laboratory team receives grant that could lead to improvements in care for a debilitating and complex disease.