Dr. Mac Donald was interviewed by KHQ6 about her long-term study of brain injuries among military service members.
Dr. Williams was asked to comment on normal pressure hydrocephalus, the disorder that afflicted Mr. Conway .
KARE 11 News in Minnesota featured a story on Associate Professor Christine Mac Donald's recent findings that question the medical belief that those with traumatic brain injuries stabilize in the year following their injury. Her research shows that a large number of service members with TBIs declined instead.
Dr. Louis J. Kim, Vice-Chair and Chief of Neurological Surgery at Harborview Medical Center was featured in a KOMO news story about a stroke patient, Sue McNeely, who underwent life-saving angioplasty after suffering a stroke while driving.
Dr. Christine Mac Donald discusses her findings on traumatic brain injury in soldiers on KING 5 news
Dr. Christine Mac Donald, Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery, was interviewed on KING 5 about her work that suggests brain injuries in soldiers can change or grow worse over time, rather than the accepted belief that they eventually stabilize.
On February 14th, Officer Mike McClaurghy returned home after a miraculous recovery from a gun shot wound to the head. Neurological Surgery Professor and Chair Richard Ellenbogen, who oversaw Officer McClaurghy's treatment, was interviewed for the komonews.com story.