The surgery that changed my life: controlling the seizures

Seventeen-years old, waking up on a Sunday morning wondering who I was, where I was, and how I became that way. That was the first time memory loss had become part of my life. However, it was...

OHSU Brain Institute ranked fifth in nation in neuroscience research

The OHSU Brain Institute has been a national leader in brain and neurology research for years. And that leadership role has been confirmed once again by a new analysis of federal research funding to...

Neuropathic pain — the dysfunctional alarm

In a broad sense, pain is much more than a sensation. Pain can be a lifesaver. Pain can be pleasure. Pain can be the gate to heaven. Pain can be just an emotional suffering. When we talk about the...