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Software Turns ‘Mental Handwriting’ Into On-Screen Words, Sentences

Stanford researchers, led by Dr. Jaimie Henderson, have coupled artificial-intelligence software with a brain-computer interface device implanted in the brain of a man with full-body paralysis; quickly converting the man's thoughts about handwriting into text on a computer screen.

MicroMESH: A microscopic Polymeric Network to Attack Glioblastoma Multiforme

A recent collaboration between Stanford neurosurgeon Dr. Gerald Grant and the Italian Institute of Technology has found a biodegradable polymeric net could serve as effective therapeutic alternative in the fight against glioblastoma.

Stanford Patient Recounts Journey Back From Massive Brain Bleed

Ten years after a Stanford patient suffered a massive stroke and underwent two brain surgeries by moyamoya expert Dr. Gary Steinberg, she's publishing a book of poems written by moyamoya warriors like her.
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Treating Brain Tumors PodCast

Dr. Michael Lim discusses treatment approaches for brain tumors, and why he went into medicine, on this podcast hosted by STEM Pod Leaders.

Brain Implants for Essential Tremor Calm Artist’s Hands

Capitalizing on Collaboration in Neurology Care

Ultrasound Therapy for Essential Tremor