hydrocephalus research

HA’s Technology Beat

At the Hydrocephalus Association, we’ve made it a special point to streamline our donation process to make it easier to give online. With the added responsibility of raising funds for research, we cannot afford to do any less for our community. We’ve upgraded to a new giving tool for our Walk program, streamlined workplace giving […]

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Dr. Joseph Madsen Blogs on Translational Research

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 […]

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An Evening on the Cape

by David Moore On a Saturday evening in Cape Cod, there are a myriad of activities one can do to entertain themselves. So why would anyone want to spend that evening learning about Hydrocephalus? Yet, that is exactly what 35 people did on the evening of July 31— joining Barrett O’Connor and her husband Paul […]

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