Neurosurgery resident waltzes through joys of ballroom dance

There may be a joke out there somewhere about how ballroom dancing is hardly brain surgery, but Kunal Gupta isn’t likely going to be the person to make it. Instead, Gupta, a native of the United...

Year in review: The most popular “On the Brain” posts of 2015

As we welcome in the new year, here’s a look back at the brain-related news you may have missed; a round-up of our most read blog posts of 2015: 1. Acupuncture and diet changes to treat...

Miss Oregon an important voice for traumatic brain injury

When I was a freshman in high school, I suffered a traumatic brain injury due to a cheerleading accident. As someone who had no prior knowledge of brain injuries, it was difficult to understand what...

Valerie Palmer recognized for innovative social-impact contributions

Valerie Palmer, faculty instructor at OHSU, was recently selected by Encore.org as one of 41 Purpose Prize Fellows for her work creating an education exchange, bringing services to immigrant...

OBI’s Bobby Heagerty featured at national meeting

The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) held its 45th annual meeting in Chicago recently, attracting 30,000 neuroscientists from around the world to the windy city. Bobby Heagerty, director of...

NeuroFutures 2015: Neuroscience innovation in the Pacific Northwest

Last month, scientists and clinicians in the Pacific Northwest spent three days sharing new discoveries, igniting collaborations, and discussing the future of neuroscience research at the...

The White House BRAIN Initiative in Oregon

Just over two years ago, President Obama made a dedication to support and enhance neuroscience research through the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies, or BRAIN,...