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Brown professor develops AI system to detect danger in blood vessels

Repost from Brown, Written By Kathleen Meininger, Class of 2023, for IMPACT: Research at Brown The lab of George Karniadakis, professor of applied mathematics and engineering, leads the charge of developing physics-informed neural networks to diagnose and predict the severity of arterial aneurysms. The technique developed by Karniadakis uses machine learning algorithms that are encoded with …

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Man’s aneurysm triggered by mouth bacteria that spread to his brain

The rare case required treatment from both brain and heart surgeons. Jay Keller shares a happy moment with his family. After his ordeal, he urged others to listen to their body and not push through or ignore pain or unusual symptoms.Courtesy Darcy Demmel Photography Aug. 5, 2022, 12:45 PM EDT / Source: TODAY By A. …

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Here’s why Joni Mitchell’s performance at the Newport Folk Festival is so incredible

Reposted from NPR Music Written By: Vanessa Romo Photo by: Carlin Stiehl for Boston Globe via Getty Images Joni Mitchell’s surprise performance at the Newport Folk Festival on Sunday is already becoming the stuff of legend. The unsuspecting crowd roared as the singer-songwriter stepped onto the stage in her first public performance since suffering a …

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Bryn Bowles Mom Launches T-shirt Campaign to Celebrate Bryn’s 30th Birthday

Support The Bee Foundation and Speech Recovery Pathways with every T-Shirt Purchase! Bryn was 26 with a lifetime ahead of her. A few days before, we were talking about plans of graduate school and date night outfits. Without warning or risk factors, an undiagnosed brain aneurysm ruptured in her middle cerebral artery while she was jogging. Just like …

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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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The Use of Social Media in Addressing Gender Disparities in Neurosurgery

Written by: By Angela M. Richardson, MD, PhD and Sheri Dewan, MD, MS, FAANS Neurosurgery Blog: More Than Brain Surgery January 4, 2021  The importance of social media in neurosurgery, and medicine in general, has increased significantly over the past several years. As searched on PubMed, academic publications that include the search terms “social media neurosurgery” …

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Brain Awareness Week

Brain Awareness Week is a celebration of the ongoing work to advance brain science and promote its funding. Brain Awareness Week is the global campaign to foster public enthusiasm and support for brain science. Every March, partners host imaginative activities in their communities that share the wonders of the brain and the impact brain science …

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