Next webinar: Optimizing the timing of interventions in neonatal hydrocephalus and new research on how brain cells react and recover under pressure.
The Hydrocephalus Association’s webinar, Hydrocephalus Treatment Part I, is available online! Dr. Riva-Cambrin discusses the alternative treatments to shunting.
One of the most important things you can do for yourself in college when you have hydrocephalus is establish good relationships with your professors early.
The brain is a fascinating and complex organ. Research of the brain and understanding the inner workings of the brain will help us to learn about the mechanisms of certain neurological conditions, including hydrocephalus.
In this webinar, attendees will learn how to educate others about their condition, receiving tips and practical ways to share their story. They will also learn how to take charge and advocate for themselves and the condition.
Dr. Koschnitzky continues our Science Facts blog series with an explanation of the various clinical trial designs we find in hydrocephalus research.
In her monthly blog, Madeleine shares her experience of telling her roommates and friends in college about living with hydrocephalus.
Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy (ETV) in Children: Prospective, Multicenter Results from the Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network (HCRN)
What determines the success of an ETV for treating hydrocephalus? Dr. Kulkarni shares their initial findings gathered from across HCRN centers.
As a young adult, does my voice count? Can I make a difference in the hydrocephalus community? Listen to our latest webinar recording for youth to learn how.
This Science Facts blog explains the difference between white and grey matter in the brain. Helping you untangle complex concepts and language in research studies!
Tomas Beltran, a record-holding swimmer with hydrocephalus, was honored at the 2014 Spanish National Sports Awards ceremony where he met the King and Queen of Spain.
Upon completing her first semester at college, TTC Blogger, Madeleine, shares advice about strategies that helped her have a positive college experience.
Meet our newest TTC Blogger Emily Lucht! She shares her journey’s extra baggage. Read what she means and let’s start a conversation using #TalkTTC.
Ever thought of talking with your local, state or national government representatives about hydrocephalus but you were afraid to start the conversation, didn’t know how, or thought you were too young? Our upcoming webinar is for you!
Nominate a dedicated Neuroscience Nurse with demonstrated excellence in neurosurgery, specifically with hydrocephalus, for the Mary Decker Mentorship Award!
Guidelines on the treatment and management of pediatric hydrocephalus have been published, with input from HA and members of our Medical Advisory Board.
There is no guide on how to build the perfect relationship or how to be the perfect boyfriend or girlfriend. I have written a list which includes the five rules that I believe are the best pieces of advice I can give to other teenagers when it comes to dating.
The Hydrocephalus Association’s webinar, Developing an Effective IEP, is now available online! Dr. Andrew Zabel discusses how hydrocephalus impacts learning.
In her October Teens Take Charge Blog, Madeleine Darowiche shares about a leadership retreat she attended and the lessons in courage and teamwork she learned.
The Adult Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network officially launched in October, with a goal to deliver high quality, high impact hydrocephalus research.