Aggressive clearance key to best outcome after a brain hemorrhage

In the first study to identify specific surgical goals for the treatment of an intracerebral hemorrhage—the deadliest and most disabling type of stroke—a team of neurosurgeons found that at least 70 percent of the hemorrhage has to be removed for patients to make a meaningful recovery.

Protecting oligodendrocytes may reduce the impact of multiple sclerosis
Neuroscience researchers receive $3.4 million NIH grant to develop brain-controlled prosthetic limbs