A new math model helps neurosurgeons map the impact of surgery on the brain.
Researchers identified a unique biomarker associated with only the chronic or acute stage of traumatic brain injury.
Transplanting embryonic progenitor interneurons into the hippocampus of mouse models of TBI, researchers noticed the neurons migrated to the injury site and made new connections. Following treatment, memory improved and seizures were reduced.
Heartbeat evoked potential provides evidence of the presence of consciousness in coma patients, a new study reveals.
Lobachevsky University researchers are developing a neurochip that could be used to replace damaged areas of the brain. Researchers report initial experiments have been successful in using this neurotechnology to transmit signals from artificial to real neurons.