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Dr Marvin Rossi, MD, PhD, Associate Professor and Epilepsy Neurologist at Rush University Medical Center has developed an electro lead placement planning system to find the “on-ramps” to the brain’s pathways. Then he uses a new device called the Neuropace system to treat epilepsy. The results are impressive.
Dr Anthony Romeo, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon, is reconstructing elbows and shoulders and Dr Peter Chalmers, MD, Orthopedic Surgery Resident at Rush says they are using a state of the art motion analysis lab to predict injuries and then prevent them.
Dr Jennifer Kawwass, MD, Reproductive Endocrinologist at Emory Reproductive Center in Atlanta, and her team just published a study that sheds new light on the safety of infertility options. ART stands for assisted reproductive technologies including in-vitro fertilization.
Getting away from medical news for our special reports this week, we feature three from our Smart Woman series. “From Mountaintops to Wall Street: Lessons From An Explorer” is our first one. “Living Bravely: Women Without Limits” is another and “Everyday Superwoman” is the third report. To watch the video of these three reports on our YouTube channel, click here.
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