HA is pleased to announce some of the brightest minds in the field who are generously offering their time, expertise and talent in planning the 15th National Conference on Hydrocephalus
Housing is open for the National Conference on Hydrocephalus which will take place on June 28-30, 2018 at the Renaissance Newport Beach in Orange County, California. Book your hotel!
Four. That is how many different hospitals I visited trying to transition from a pediatric to an adult neurosurgery program in the midst of a shunt malfunction.
The National Conference on Hydrocephalus takes place June 16 – 19th in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Join us! Here are tips to help make it affordable.
SAVE THE DATE: The 14th National Conference on Hydrocephalus will take place in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on June 16-19, 2016! Our patient-centered conferences empower all of us to understand, seek out and put into place the care, programs and services that will meet our needs now and well into the future.
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.
The AANS/CNS Section on Pediatric Neurosurgery awards Dr. Marion L. Walker the 2014 Franc D. Ingraham Award for Distinguished Service and Achievement.
The Hydrocephalus Association’s National Conference on Hydrocephalus offers adult attendees an opportunity to find the information, resources, and support they need to live confidently with their condition. Join us in Portland, Oregon, July 9-11, 2014.
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.
Dr. John Kestle is returning to Primary Children’s Hospital as a pediatric neurosurgeon and Vice Chair of Clinical Research, for the University of Utah Department of Neurosurgery.
The Hydrocephalus Association is pleased to announce the Medical Chairs of the 13th National Conference on Hydrocephalus – Drs. Nathan Selden, Marion “Jack” Walker, and Michael A. Williams.
Jennifer Bechard Johnson, the Hydrocephalus Association’s Teens Take Charge mentor and Education and Support Manager, shares her views on growing up with hydrocephalus and mentoring the future voice of hydrocephalus through her work with the teen and young adult community.
As the Hydrocephalus Association continues our 30th year anniversary commemoration, Dr. Marion “Jack” Walker, pediatric neurosurgeon, Primary Children’s Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, reflects on his 37 years of service to the hydrocephalus community.
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.
As the Hydrocephalus Association continues our 30th anniversary interview series, Ann Marie Flannery, M.D., shares her thoughts on young adults transitioning to adult neurological care and issues a call to action for society to value the management of shunts and the individuals living with them.
As the Hydrocephalus Association continues our interview series commemorating our 30th anniversary, we sit down with Dr. John Kestle, founding member of the Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network (HCRN) and member of our Board of Directors and Medical Advisory Board, as he reflects on the current state and future of hydrocephalus research.
With recent moves of Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network (HCRN) investigators Dr. John Wellons to Vanderbilt University and Dr. John Kestle to University of British Columbia, HCRN has decided to expand its network from seven to nine centers to incorporate their respective hospitals in HCRN research.
In a new Research Department blog series, HCRN Update, Ashly Westrick interviews Dr. Jay Wellons, principal HCRN investigator for the Shunt Outcomes in Post Hemorrhagic Hydrocephalus study.
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) with the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) are pleased to announce this year’s Mary Smellie-Decker award recipient.
As part of our interview series commemorating our 30th anniversary, this week Randi Corey, our National Director of Special Events and Volunteer Support, sits down with Cheryl Merrell, our Hydrocephalus Association WALK Chair in Fresno, California, to talk about volunteering for HA, starting and chairing a HA WALK, and other thoughts about the organization.
Dr. Jay Wellons has been recruited by Vanderbilt to lead their Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery. Dr. Wellons will continue his Investigator role with HCRN.