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Special Seminar: Intracortical brain computer interfaces

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Speaker: David Brandman, MD, PhD, FRCSC, Functional / Stereotactic Neurosurgery Fellow,  Emory University, USA Host: Kevin Petrecca/neuroCategory: Medicine Research MNI

Bridging the gap between AI and the clinic

Published: 30Jan2020

Open source app helps predict brain tumour malignancy and patient survival ...

An infallible hand-held probe to aid cancer surgery

Published: 28Jun2017

Canadian researchers have invented an intraoperative probe that reliably detects multiple types of tumour cells ...

The Neuro’s top brain cancer fundraiser returns

Published: 10Oct2017

A Brilliant Night has donated a total of $1.6 million since 2015...

Cancer probe chosen for top science discovery

Published: 19Mar2018

2017 Québec Science Discovery of the Year Award goes to the cancer-detection probe developed by Kevin Petrecca and Frédéric Leblond...

Brain tumour awareness week

Published: 22Oct2018

Providing excellent care and the latest research to help patients...

Fundraising for those we’ve lost

18 Oct 2019

A Brilliant Night is a way to take action for those impacted by brain cancer

Helping patients manage brain cancer

29 May 2019

The Neuro-Oncology Clinic works with clinical trials team to advance care and research

Living for the moment

24 May 2019

Brain cancer patient takes life one day at a time

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