'Live Like Lou' Founder Passes Away
Neil Alexander dies from Lou Gehrig's Disease. Had recently launched $10 million research center at University of Pittsburgh Brain Institute. Read more >
Maroon Appears on NFL Total Access
Noted sports medicine and concussion expert interviewed regarding recent early NFL retirements and general safety of youth football. Read more >
Maroon Featured in CTE Q&A at USA Football
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy injuries discussed in follow-up to recently published 60-year review of disease in athletes and veterans. Read more >
Next Generation CyberKnife Technology Utilized at UPMC CancerCenter
Johnathan Engh first in world to treat patient with new technology that shapes radiation to tumor and decreases treatment time. Read more>
Maroon Co-Authors Column for Washington Times on Childhood Sports
Op-ed piece, cowritten with Julian Bailes, discusses the benefits of participation in youth sports amid today's concussion debate. Read more >
Gardner Noted in NY Times Eyelid Story
Article talks about how surgeons used a minimally invasive approach through eyelid to remove a difficult-to-reach tumor. Read more >
Maroon Partners with Health System to Develop Community-Based Health Initiative
Cognitive Brain Health Program with St. Barnabas will focus on diet, dietary supplements, physical activity and stress management. Read more >
Friedlander Cancer Patient Featured on WTAE-TV
Benign tumor threatened talented wood carver's sight and raised potential of stroke. Read more >
Robot Arm Study Findings Published
Study shows brain-computer interface technology has potential to improve function and quality of life of those unable to use their own arms. Read more>
Gardner, Synderman Co-Author Book on Skull Base Surgery
Skull Base Surgery offers step-by-step instruction on more than 45 procedures covering both open and minimally invasive approaches. Read more>