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CSF Shunt Entry Site Trial

The CSF Shunt Entry Site Trial has reached the 75% mark in patient enrollment, that is 385 patients enrolled!

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Middle School Science Fair Features Hydrocephalus Booth

Raising awareness about the issue is the first step in finding treatment and prevention of hydrocephalus.

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A Look at New Shunt Technology

Biomedical engineers test a sensor that could help predict when a shunt revision is needed.

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CSF Shunt Entry Site Trial

The CSF Shunt Entry Site Trial has reached the halfway mark in patient enrollment – that is 224 patients enrolled!

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2016 Innovator Award Announcement

The Hydrocephalus Association is pleased to announce the funding of three hydrocephalus researchers through the HA Network for Discovery Science (HANDS), Innovator Award.

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lymphatic vessels in the brain

New Discovery Makes Researchers Rethink CSF Absorption

The discovery of lymphatic vessels in the brain creates a new focus for researches looking for non-invasive treatments for hydrocephalus.

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Dr. John R. Kestle and Dawn Mancuso

HA Board Member Receives Distinguished Award in Neuroscience

Dr. John R.W. Kestle is awarded the Robert H. Pudenz Award for Excellence in CSF Physiology by Medtronic

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Dr. Timothy Vogel Joins the Robert H. Pudenz Lectureship at Conference

Timothy Vogel, MD, will join the Robert H. Pudenz Lectureship scientific research panel at the Hydrocephalus Association’s 13th National Conference on Hydrocephalus, July 9-11, 2014, in Portland, Oregon.

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Announcing Our 2013 Research Grant Recipient

The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) has selected Timothy Vogel, M.D., from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, to receive funding for an additional research grant in HA’s 2013 grant cycle, for his work in basic science that improve our understanding of the root causes of hydrocephalus.

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Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Featured in The Saturday Evening Post

An article in The Saturday Evening Post plays an important role in educating the public and raising awareness about the form of hydrocephalus called Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus or NPH, often referred to as the reversible form of dementia.

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Announcing Our 2013 Scientific and Medical Review Committee

The Hydrocephalus Association is excited to announce the formation of our 2013 Scientific and Medical Review Committee (SMRC) for our current grant opportunity in partnership with the Rudi Schulte Research Institute.

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