Teamwork for Another Stroke Patient Success Story
by Kamila Szweda
Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s stroke team at Providence Saint John’s Health Center and EMS come together safely during Covid-19 to provide life-saving stroke treatment A call of CODE STROKE is an everyday happening in a busy hospital, and for a person who is struck down by a...
Wrist Band Helps Control Hand Tremors In Essential Tremor Patients
by Zara Jethani
Imagine trying to drink a glass of water on a hot day, only to find that you can’t hold your glass steady; or trying to button a shirt but you’re unable to align the buttonhole.
$40 Million Gift to Pacific Brain Health Center
by Guest Author
Will & Cary Singleton Donate $40 Million to Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s Brain Health Center for Alzheimer’s Treatment & Research SANTA MONICA (July 7, 2020) –A $40 million donation from Will and Cary Singleton will support the Pacific Neuroscience Institute (PNI) Brain Health Center at Providence...
Meet Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery’s Pathfinder | Dr. Chester Griffiths
by Anthony Effinger
When patients ask him what he does in brain and pituitary surgeries, Dr. Chester Griffiths tells them that he “opens the curtains for the main event.” Dr. Griffiths is a head and neck surgeon, and it’s his job to get brain surgeons where they need to go.
Neurology and Neurosurgery High Performance Recognized at Providence Hospitals and Affiliates
by Zara Jethani
U.S. News & World Report highlights quality, specialty care Ten Providence Southern California hospitals and affiliated partners in Los Angeles and Orange counties earned recognition on July 28, 2020, from U.S. News & World Report. With approximately 415 acute care hospitals in California, the 10...
Neuroscience Clinical Trials Round-Up: July 2020
by Mini Gill
Find out about the new and ongoing neuroscience clinical trials at Pacific Neuroscience Institute, addressing difficult diseases such as brain tumors.
Tips for Helping Families Shelter-in-Place During the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Sarah McEwen, PhD
Although leaders in science, medicine, and government are closely monitoring and seeking solutions for disease outbreaks, the best way to protect one’s family is through staying informed while also practicing good basic hygiene and preventive measures.
Last updated: August 3rd, 2020