Erin Kreszl

The Brain Aneurysm and AVM FOUR-ums

The Brain Aneurysm and AVM FOUR-ums

Introducing The Brain Aneurysm and AVM FOUR-ums, four unique learning opportunities tailored to the interests of the #brainaneurysm and AVM community. Join your friends throughout the year as we challenge ourselves to learn and grow together.   #FourVoicesOneCause April 26th, 2022 – Storytelling Your stories keep the community strong; we want to help you tell them. Join …

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Interview With The Chief of Neurosurgery for Main Line Health Michelle J. Smith, MD, FAANS

Interview with Dr. Michelle Smith

Erin Kreszl interviews The Chief of Neurosurgery for Main Line Health, Michelle J. Smith, MD, FAANS The Bee Foundation is thrilled to be working with the Neurology team at Mainline Health in the effort to raise brain aneurysm awareness. Recently, The Bee Foundation’s Executive Director,  Erin Kreszl, spoke with Dr. Michelle Smith, Chief of Neurosurgery …

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End of Year Message

As we end another year, we at The Bee Foundation would like to pause for a moment and thank each one of you for your continuing support of The Bee Foundation and steadfast belief that Brain Aneurysms can be prevented. Despite a year filled with uncertainty, one thing has remained true and that is the …

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An Interview with our 2021 Research Grant Awardee!

Recently Erin Kreszl,  TBF Executive Director, spoke with MirHojjat Khorasanizadeh, our 2021 research grantee and a post doctoral research fellow with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.   Erin: Mir, we’re so glad to be able to support this exciting research, and we’re looking forward to hearing a little more about it. First though, can you tell …

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2019 Grantees – Project Update

Louis J. Kim, MD, MBA Project Overview Early detection and treatment of aneurysms can prevent hemorrhagic stroke. Developments in understanding the genomics of aneurysm growth and rupture coupled with the development of a minimally invasive endovascular method of obtaining endothelial cells from aneurysms and other healthy blood vessels have opened new avenues for research. Endothelial …

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Hannah Black

My story of survival starts before I was born a little over 30 years ago and is one that my whole family is a part of. My older brother survived a brain tumor in his cerebellum and has done extremely well. He has a wife, dog and twin boys that are 9 months old now. …

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Froggy Says Doctors Made a 15-Inch Incision on His Head as Part of Brain Surgery

BY LEILA KOZMA UPDATED 1 WEEK AGO Scot ‘Froggy‘ Langley had brain surgery on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020. The successful radio personality revealed during a recent episode of the Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show that he sought out medical help for frequently occurring headaches, only to be diagnosed with a brain aneurysm. So, …

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