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Maroon Named Humanitarian of the Year
Jerome Bettis Bus Stops Here Foundation recognizes sports medicine expert for his work with charitable events in local Pittsburgh area. Read more>
Cost Analysis Study Wins Paper of the Year
Agarwal, Friedlander, Wecht coauthored Neurosurgery paper awarded Socioeconomics, Health Policy, & Law Paper of the Year from CNS. Read more>
Brain Aneurysm Run/Walk Set for Sept 22
Annual fundraiser to help raise brain aneurysm awareness and support will be held at Northshore Riverfront Park near Heinz Field. Read more>
Sekula Receives UPMC ACES Award
Neurosurgical oncology expert receives prestigious award for high level of service and commitment to patients. Read more>
Abel Comments in CBC Brain Interview
Pediatric epilepsy expert comments on tumor-based seizure case requiring a significant lobectomy, and the intriguing findings that have followed. Read more >
Gardner Patient Featured in Irish Examiner
Brain tumor expert removes life-threatening tumor from Irish teen. Read more >
Surgery in Space?
University of Pittsburgh neurosurgery research fellow Sandip Panesar discusses the feasibility of surgery in space on mic.com. Read more >
Movement Disorders Covered in New Book
Niranjan, Lunsford, Richardson author book volume on role of surgical therapies in movement disorder management. Read more>
Department Honors 2018 Chief Residents
A special reception and dinner was held June 16 at the Pittsburgh Golf Club honoring 2018 chief residents Gurpreet Gandhoke, Philip Lee, David Panczykowski, Gregory Weiner and Georgios Zenonos. Read more>
CHP Ranks 2nd in Publication Productivity
J Neuro:Ped paper reports Pediatric Neurosurgery Division at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh ranks second nationally in publication productivity among ped neuro fellowship programs. Read more>