By David Moore If you live in the Washington, D.C. area, take a stroll down memory lane while helping the future of hydrocephalus research, by attending Peter Yarrow’s Concert for Hydrocephalus. This family friendly event will take place on Sunday, October 24, 2010 at the Residence of the Australian Ambassador in Washington, D.C. Peter Yarrow, […]
If you want to understand better how basic scientific research produces better clinical outcomes, be sure to read Dr. Madsen’s article, “A Very Narrow Bridge: Translational Research.” Dr. Madsen, a member of the Hydrocephalus Association Medical Advisory Board, directs a lab at the Children’s Hospital of Boston, where he treats children with hydrocephalus. He spoke […]
by Paul Gross Our partners at HCRN have just made a big announcement — that they are adding two new pediatric centers to their network. The network now includes Toronto’s SickKids, Pittsburgh’s Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital of Alabama, Houston’s Texas Children’s Hospital, St. Louis is Children’s Hospital, Utah’s primary Children’s Hospital and […]
Our friends over at HCRN have been busy with some exciting work that we wanted to make sure our readers also know about. John Kestle writes about the 5th International Hydrocephalus Workshop and meeting of the International Society for Hydrocephalus and CSF Disorders. Check it out!
Spring has dawned upon a bi-coastal Hydrocephalus Association and I’m thrilled with all that we have going on across the country. We have added several key staff to our roster and now the search has begun in earnest to find our new offices. It’s an exciting period of growth for us. Spring also heralds WALK […]
In response to our announcement of a second round of grants for Mentored young Investigators, we have received a record number of Letters of Intent. So far, we have learned of nearly three dozen interested young investigators in just two years! Letters this cycle have been received from some of the most prestigious academic medical centers […]
Please note that this deadline has officially passed. The purpose of this Request for Applications (RFA) issued by the Hydrocephalus Association is to support young scientists and clinicians to build careers in hydrocephalus research. Potential applicants must submit a letter of intent by April 30, 2010 describing the nature of the proposed project and its […]