• Neurology resident sleuths self into Times fame

    November 22, 2016
    Adrian Budhram has a knack for the quick diagnosis. The third-year Neurology resident is a three-time winner of the Think Like a Doctor monthly feature in the New York Times. He has won back-to-back months, prompting long-time columnist Dr. Lisa Sanders to joke she may have to initiate a ‘let others play’ rule when it comes to Budhram.

  • The Power of Imagination

    August 01, 2016
    “Pilocytic astrocytoma is a benign tumour located at the back of the head in the cerebellum, occurring commonly in children under 20 years of age,” says Dr. Ranger. “They are often curable with surgery if located in an accessible part of the brain.”

  • A Stroke of Luck

    August 01, 2016
    “Fast action is vital in patients presenting with stroke symptoms to determine whether they have a clot obstructing blood flow or a hemorrhage in the brain,” says Dr. Mandzia. “This allows us to determine which treatment options are available to potentially limit the amount of damage that could have a severe impact on quality of life.”

  • 2016 Innovation Award: Dr. Stephen Lownie

    June 10, 2016
    Dr. Steve Lownie is a neurosurgeon and neurointerventionalist, with a primary interest in vascular diseases of the brain. He was honoured with the 2016 Lawson Innovation Award for his recent publication titled, “Catheter Based Selective Hypothermia Reduces Stroke Volume during Focal Cerebral Ischemia in Swine,” published in the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery.