A recently installed 3D camera system in CHOC’s neurosurgery clinic will significantly advance CHOC’s mission to treat craniosynostosis.
Dr. Suresh Magge
Research projects of the winners – 12 of 23 were awarded funding – range from virtual reality training to the use of AI to predict COVID-19.
Neurosurgeons share their insights on how innovation is closing the gap between clinical needs and the availability of pediatric devices.
The Neuro-Oncology Treatment Program at CHOC is helping to shape the future of personalized medicine and surgical innovations.
Dr. Suresh Magge, medical director of neurosurgery at CHOC, discusses four surgeries he is excited about as a pediatric neurosurgeon.
Minimally invasive endoscopic strip craniectomy offers a strong alternative for infants with craniosynostosis, according to research.