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Experimental Treatment Shows Promise in Treating Traumatic Brain Injury

LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 1, 2021) — The University of Kentucky Department of Emergency Medicine, in collaboration with the University of Kentucky Departments of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology, is part of a...

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Dr. Craig van Horne Named Chair of Neurosurgery

Following the excellent and long-tenure of leadership by Phillip A. Tibbs, MD, the UK College of Medicine has announced Craig G. van Horne, MD, PhD, as the new chair for the department of neurosurgery...

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Farhan A. Mirza, MD - UK HealthCare

For more information about Dr. Mirza, visit here.Transcript: My name is Farhan Mirza. I am a neurosurgeon, specializing in the surgical care of adult and pediatric patients suffering from refractory or drug-...

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The Power of a Thumbs Up

The Power of a Thumbs Up

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UK neurosurgeon spurred to action after witnessing impact of brain diseases

UK neurosurgeon spurred to action after witnessing impact of brain diseasesMay 7, 2019 / In Neurology & Brain Health, Our People / By UK HealthCareDr. Justin Fraser, director of Cerebrovascular Surgery at...

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Brain Surgery shouldn't be scary, says UK Pediatric Neurosurgeon

 March 14, 2018 | Making the Rounds | Neurology and neuroscience | by UK HealthCareMeet Dr. Brandon Miller, a pediatric neurosurgeon at UK HealthCare. He treats patients of all ages who have brain and spine...

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Making A Difference | Summer 2017 | Neurosurgery

DISABILITY OR COMPLEX SPINE SURGERY?Multiple back surgeries since age 21 had left Richmond resident Dave Lee with a 13-inch scar, a spine flanked by metal rods melded to his spine by screws, and excruciating...

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KNI Clinical-Translational Research Symposium Registration Open

Registration is open for the 2018 Kentucky Neuroscience Clinical-Translational Research Symposium, which will take place Oct. 5, 2018 at the Karpf Auditorium in Pavilion A of the University of Kentucky Albert...

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Dr. Craig van Horne wears many hats – but neurosurgery is still his passion

Dr. Craig van Horne, a neurosurgeon and researcher with the UK Kentucky Neuroscience Institute, is dedicated to improving the quality of life of his Parkinson's patients. 

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The University of Kentucky Brain Restoration Center team performed the first-ever Deep Brain Stimulation surgery for a Parkinson’s disease

The University of Kentucky Brain Restoration Center team performed the first-ever Deep Brain Stimulation surgery for a Parkinson’s disease

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UK Solves 6 Year Old Boy's Mysterious Neurological Condition

April 24, 2018 | Children's health & Neurology and neuroscience | by UK HealthCareDec. 9, 2017 started out as an ordinary day for Keisha Johns and her 6-year-old son Daniel “DJ” Johnson of Louisville.She...

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Making A Difference | Summer 2017 | Neurosurgery

DISABILITY OR COMPLEX SPINE SURGERY?Multiple back surgeries since age 21 had left Richmond resident Dave Lee with a 13-inch scar, a spine flanked by metal rods melded to his spine by screws, and excruciating...

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Brain Surgery shouldn't be scary, says UK Pediatric Neurosurgeon

March 14, 2018 | Making the Rounds | Neurology and neuroscience | by UK HealthCareMeet Dr. Brandon Miller, a pediatric neurosurgeon at UK HealthCare. He treats patients of all ages who have brain and spine...

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Two Strokes and Three Surgeries Later, Lexington Teen Set to Graduate High School

LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 9, 2018) — "Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis" didn't show up as a question on Destiny Taschner's ACT test.  But if it had, this high schooler would have been able to give its definition.As...

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5 Questions with Dr. Craig van Horne

By Laura Dawahare and Amy Jones-Timoney TuesdayLEXINGTON, Ky (April 11, 2017) — Neurosurgeon Dr. Craig van Horne came to Kentucky from Boston to pursue an idea:  Could peripheral nerve tissue implanted in the...

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5 Questions with Dr. Craig van Horne

Neurosurgeon Dr. Craig van Horne came to Kentucky from Boston to pursue an idea:  Could peripheral nerve tissue implanted in the brain reduce the symptoms of Parkinson's disease?He says the teamwork and...

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