Steinberg Lab News & Events
Innovative Stanford Neurosurgical Procedures to Restore Function after Neurologic Injury
Stanford neurosurgeons are pioneering two innovative techniques, stem cell transplantation and brain-computer interface, that offer promise to improve the outcome for patients suffering from neurologic injury and other disorders.
Jan January 14 Mon 2019
Virtual Reality Gets Real in the Operating Room
Fortune Magazine features Dr. Gary Steinberg's use of virtual reality to prepare for, and operate on a patient with an arteriovenous malformation.
Dec December 01 Fri 2017
Dr. Gary Steinberg Receives 2017 Smithsonian Ingenuity Award
The Smithsonian Institution's 2017 American Ingenuity Award for Life Sciences has been awarded to Stanford Department of Neurosurgery's Chairman, Dr. Gary K. Steinberg.
Jan January 01 Fri 2016
Dr. Gary K. Steinberg Receives 2016 Stroke Journal Progress & Innovation Award
Dr. Gary K. Steinberg, was one of three recipients of the 2016 Stroke Progress and Innovation Award. The Award was given for a paper on the findings of the first clinical trial for stroke patients in North America using intracerebral transplanation of stem cells.
Aug August 19 Tue 2014
Targeted brain stimulation aids stroke recovery in mice, scientists find
Optogenetically stimulating mice’s brains five days after stroke improved the animals’ motor control and brain biochemistry.
Aug August 18 Mon 2014
Shining a Light on the Brain Regrows Nerves After Stroke
Using a powerful new tool called optogenetics, scientists have found a way to regrow damaged brain connections after a stroke.
Aug August 18 Mon 2014
Brain stimulation 'helps in stroke'
Stimulating the part of the brain which controls movement may improve recovery after a stroke, research suggests.
Jul July 25 Mon 2011
Scientists discover potential stroke treatment that may extend time to prevent brain damage
A naturally occurring substance shrank the size of stroke-induced lesions in the brains of experimental mice — even when administered as much as 12 hours after the event, Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have shown.
Feb February 19 Tue 2008
Neural stem cells helped repair stroke damage in rats' brains
Neural cells derived from human embryonic stem cells helped repair stroke-related damage in the brains of rats and led to improvements in their physical abilities after a stroke, according to a new study by researchers at the School of Medicine.
Stanford Neurosurgery in the News
International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR)
Melvourne, Australia, June 20-23, 2018
Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS)
San Francisco, CA, October 19-23, 2019
Society for Neuroscience (SFN)
Chicago, IL, October 19-23, 2019
Cerebrovascular Section Annual Meeting AANS/CNS
Los Angeles, January 22-23, 2018
International Stroke Conference (ISC)
Los Angeles, January 24-16, 2018
American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS)
Update in Neurology 2019
THE CALIFORNIA NEUROLOGY SOCIETY
& Association of California Neurologists Foundation
March 1-3, 2019
Includes talks by Frank Longo, Robert Fisher, Jeffrey Dunn, John Day, Meredith Barad, Gary Steinberg, and Casey Halpern, among others.
This is a CME event.