Copeland Grants Awarded
$150,000 in grant money awarded by the Pittsburgh Foundation through the Walter L. Copeland Fund to support cranial research projects. Read more>
Department Honors 2019 Chief Residents
A special reception and dinner was held June 15 at the Pittsburgh Golf Club honoring 2019 chief residents William Ares, Stephen Johnson, W. Christopher Newman and Christian Ricks. Read more>
Brain Aneurysm Run/Walk Set for Aug 24
Annual fundraiser to help raise brain aneurysm awareness and support will be held at Northshore Riverfront Park near Heinz Field. Read more>
In-Utero Surgery Treats Spina Bifida
UPMC team performs region's first in-utero surgery to close an open neural tube defect in a baby months before her birth. Read more>
New Book Covers Radiosurgery Technology
Niranjan, Lunsford, Kano present update on state-of-the-art radiosurgery technology, including overview, outcomes and history. Read more>
McDowell Appointed as AANS Liaisons
Fifth-year resident appointed as liaison to AANS Young Neurosurgeons Committee delegations to History and Pediatric sections. Read more>
Alan Selected as CSNS Fellow
Fourth-year resident receives socioeconomic fellowship for 2019-20 from Council of State Neurosurgical Societies. Read more>
Pitt Neurosurgeons Named Best Docs
Twenty Pitt neurosurgeons were named among this area’s best doctors in their field in a national survey published locally in Pittsburgh Magazine. Read more>
Greene Patient Featured on WTAE-TV
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh pediatric neurosurgeon treats Hempfield youth for rare arteriovenous malformation. Read more >
New Findings in RNS Epilepsy Research
Pitt team reports in JAMA Neurology that responsive neurostimulation (RNS) can remodel the brain to be less susceptible to seizures. Read more>