News

Department Completes First Pre-Clinical Elective Course for Med Students
Provided medical students with the opportunity to learn more about neurosurgery through a variety of lectures and hands on activities. Read more>
Maroon Authors Book on Balanced Living
Square One: A Simple Guide to a Balanced Life takes a look at the importance of keeping all elements of your life in proper balance. Read more>
Friedlander, Ares Featured in Altoona Mirror
Article talks about the advantage of utilizing telemedicine in examining post-op patients. Read more >
Maroon Named Charter Member of Chuck Noll Foundation for Brain Injury Research
Pittsburgh Steeler foundation will fund research deemed most promising in the area of sports-related concussions and related conditions. Read more >
Researchers Develop Brain Fingerprint
Non-invasive diffusion MRI approach uncovers how the brain's structural connections are unique to each individual person. Read more>
Maroon Featured in Beaver County Times
Article talks about health expert's efforts to put together a brain health program across St. Barnabas-owned long-term care facilities. Read more >
Agarwal Co-Authors Book on Health Literacy
Third-year resident’s book deals with advocating for improved medical resources for patients and advancing the field of patient education. Read more>
Gardner Featured in Chordoma Videos
Skull Base Center director featured in "Expert Answer" video series commenting on various aspects of chordoma care and management. Read more>
Okonkwo Featured in PG Concussion Article
Article reports on Journal of Neurosurgery paper stating that concussion is treatable, a major first step in medical literature. Read more >
Zenonos Receives Top Award at Rowe Day
Sixth-year resident Georgios A. Zenonos receives best presentation award at twelfth annual Stuart Rowe Society Lectureship and Research Day. Read more>