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What Dogs Can Teach Us About Brain Tumors

Axial view of a dog with a brain tumor

A new partnership between the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center and the Animal Medical Center (AMC) in New York will help advance minimally invasive brain tumor surgery in dogs, and may also teach us a few things about brain tumors in humans.

Dr. Stieg Talks About How to Keep Your Brain Healthy Diet on WTOP

Dr. Philip E. Stieg, Professor of Neurological Surgery and Chair of the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center

The neurosurgeon-in-chief details the lifestyle factors that affect brain health.

Innovative 3-D Models Allow Hands-On Training for Craniosynostosis

Weill Cornell Medicine Craniosynostosis Course 2016

Neurosurgeon Mark Souweidane and plastic surgeon Jeffrey Ascherman used the models to teach young surgeons to repair a common craniofacial anomaly

Dr. Kaplitt and Alexandra Lebenthal on Squawk Box

Lebenthal Holdings CEO Alexandra Lebenthal and Weill Cornell Medicine neurosurgeon Dr. Michael Kaplitt talked about focused ultrasound for essential tremor on CNBC Squawk Box

Doctor and patient talk about focused ultrasound, a groundbreaking new treatment for essential tremor