Science

Announcing the 2018 Discovery Science Award Grantees!

The award allows these scientists to expand their research on posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus (PHH).

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Stem Cell Mutations Linked to Hydrocephalus

Could a genetic mutation explain why some people with congenital hydrocephalus experience neurological problems? That’s what a new study by Dr. Kristopher Kahle of Yale University suggests. The study was recently published in the journal, Neuron, and highlighted by Yale News. Read the full article  

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New views on Postinfectious Hydrocephalus

A recent study published in Nature, Dr. Chay Kuo, out of Duke University, discovered a mechanism that may lead to the development of Postinfectious Hydrocephalus.

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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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The Importance of Environmental Enrichment

Learn more about a recent study that suggests stimulating environments can improve cognitive outcomes for children living with hydrocephalus.

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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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