Living electrodes could solve the lost-signal problem that plagues the science of mind-controlled prosthetic devices and electronics.
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When Jefferson emergency room technician Jesse Lentz, EDT, recently found herself challenged with epilepsy-related health issues she experienced first-hand the high caliber of Emergency, Critical Care, and Neuroscience patient care Jefferson offers.
CBS 3 reporter Stephanie Stahl recently reported on a new study that says traffic can increase the risk of developing dementia. Dr. Carol Lippa, MD, neurologist at the Vickie and Jack Farber Institute for Neuroscience at Jefferson, weighed in on the research.
The Jefferson Neuroscience Network, which offers a telemedicine service for acute stroke patients, invited stroke teams from their network of 37 hospitals to attend a first-of-its kind leadership forum.