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Raymond Chang Wins ABTA Award for Summer Sprint Project

Raymond Chang Wins ABTA Award for Summer Sprint

Raymond Chang, a medical student who participated in the Children’s Brain Tumor Project “summer sprint” in 2016, has been named winner of the American Brain Tumor Association’s Lucien Rubinstein Award.

Dr. Stieg Talks About Brain Health on WCBS Radio 880

Dr. Stieg Talks About Brain Health on WCBS Radio 880

Dr. Philip E. Stieg spoke with Pat Farnack on WCBS Radio 880 about simple lifestyle steps we can take to improve brain health. From what to eat (and what to avoid) to how much sleep to get, Dr. Stieg has helpful, evidence-based advice to keep your brain healthy.

Dr. Härtl Makes Spine Surgery Easier on Patients With Advanced Intra-operative Navigation System

Dr Hartl uses advanced 3D intraoperative scanning and navigation to ensure precise placement of screws

The system allows a surgeon to navigate to and around a surgical site with an amazing level of precision

New Paper Shows How Gliomas May Be Stopped in Their Tracks

Dr. Jeffrey Greenfield and Dr. Prajwal Rajappa of Weill Cornell Medicine

Researchers found how it may be possible to stop the progression of a low-grade, survivable glioma into a high-grade, fatal malignancy.

What Dogs Can Teach Us About Brain Tumors

Axial view of a dog with a brain tumor

A new partnership with the Animal Medical Center will help advance minimally invasive brain tumor surgery in dogs, and may also teach us a few things about brain tumors in humans.

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