When Mike Morgan was ready to potentially learn why he was suffering seizures and processing information slower than he ever had, since part of his brain burst in a hemorrhage more than four years ago, he sought out treatment with Dr.
Research and Innovation
Congratulations to Dr. Pan (and Dr.
Seattle startup co-founded by Dr. Sam Browd aims to change surgery using AI, computer vision and augmented reality
Proprio’s Paradigm system captures high-definition images of the operating field from above and fuses them with images of pre-operative three-dimensional scans. The system relies on advances in light field imaging, computer vision, machine learning, robotics and augmented reality.
Congratulations to Neethi Belur who has been awarded a prestigious Mary Gates Research Scholarship in the amount of $5,000 for her work in the SANS lab using computational fluid dynamics under the mentorship of Mike Levitt and Patrick Fillingham. Mary Gates Research Scholarships are competitive
Dr. Andrew Ko and Dr.
Dr. Andrew Ko is part of a research team that has developed a test to measure levels of amyloid beta oligomers in blood samples. Oligomers are amyloid beta proteins that misfold and clump together potentially developing into Alzheimer’s.
Congratulations to Dr.
Dr. Christine Mac Donald’s long-running study of U.S. military service members (EVOLVE) shows that many who sustained mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) from combat-related explosions continue to feel adverse effects for years afterward.
Dr. Sam Browd discusses how leveraging AI technology may lead to improving patient outcomes, making care more accessible and reducing costs across the board.
The Department’s own Louis J Kim, MD, MBA served as lead editor of The Journal of Neurosurgery’s July issue of Neurosurgical Focus. And, a team of our residents and faculty –