The Stanford Division of Child Neurology News & Events

Events

Nov November 16 Fri 2018

Inaugural 2018 CHRI Symposium

Date: Friday, November 16
Time: 8:30 am–5:00 pm
Location: Berg Hall, Li Ka Shing Center for Learning & Knowledge, Stanford

The Stanford Child Health Research Institute invites you to its inaugural research symposium! This event will bring together faculty, trainees, students, and postdocs to explore the latest developments and innovations in maternal and child health research. Attendees will learn about the research funded by the Institute across campus, the programs and resources available to advance research in this area, and the researchers and scientists who are making an impact in the maternal and child health community. This event will feature keynote speaker, Sean Morrison, PhD, the director of the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at the University of Texas Southwestern.

News

April 19, 2018

Mom’s fundraising helps advance research into deadly brain tumor

Bereaved mother Mycah Clemons raised money for a summer scholarship at Stanford for research on diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma. The move sparked a series of experiments that have led to a possible treatment for the tumor.

April 19, 2018

Doctors use robotic assistant to detect source of girl’s seizures

A robotic assistant helped doctors detect seizures deep in Gracin Hahne’s brain without having to open her skull or even shave her head.

April 16, 2018

Altered immune cells clear childhood brain tumor in mice

In mice, a fatal brainstem tumor was cleared by injecting it with engineered T cells that recognized the cancer and targeted it for destruction. The Stanford discovery is moving to human trials. 

April 9, 2018

Now Seizure Free, Gracin Gets Her Words Back

Gracin Hahne was just an infant when she experienced her first seizure, caused by benign tumors - called tubors - in her brain. By the time she was 3 years old, the seizures had gotten out of control, no longer responding to medication and significantly affecting her cognitive development. Her medical team at Stanford used an innovative procedure using a robot to remove the tubors and eliminate the cause of Gracin's seizures for good. 

New Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford

Michelle Monje, MD: Stanford Childx Conference

Paul Fisher, MD - Stanford Children's Health

Stanford Neurology in the News


Tony Wyss-Coray, PhD speaks at ChildX 2018
Photo credit: Cris Gebhardt

John W. Day, MD, PhD speaks at ChildX 2018
Photo credit: Cris Gebhardt

Michelle Monje, MD, PhD speaks at ChildX 2018
Photo credit: Cris Gebhardt

Paul Graham Fisher, MD speaks at ChildX 2018
Photo credit: Cris Gebhardt