UofL Health’s Ding Modestly Fills a Vital and Patient-Centered Role

LOUISVILLE As the only vascular neurosurgeon on staff at UofL Health, neurosurgeon Dale Ding, MD, is the go-to guy for

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Repairing Brains, Reshaping Perceptions

LOUISVILLE From the point of view of neuroscience, the film The Matrix, in which humans are unconsciously functioning inside a

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Moving Parts and Minds

LOUISVILLE How did the son of an auto mechanic and a hairdresser wind up as a movement disorders and Parkinson’s

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Functional Neurosurgeon Finds a Home at Norton Neuroscience Institute

LOUISVILLE Abigail Rao, MD, was drawn to the neurosciences as an undergraduate, and her creative and collaborative nature has found

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Suicidal Thoughts? They’re Not a Good Predictor of Suicide

Thinking about suicide is not a very good predictor of a suicide attempt. Thinking about suicide isn’t even one of

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Focus on Function First

LOUISVILLE Completing a 5K run is an admirable accomplishment for anyone. But, for someone who has suffered a traumatic brain

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Teamwork and Technology in Tandem

LOUISVILLE For Brian J. Williams, MD, choosing the “nuanced and logical field” of neurosurgery was a no-brainer. “I enjoy working

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New Treatments Bring New Hope

LEXINGTON When people hear the word “psychiatrist,” many still conjure up the image of a patient reclining on a couch

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Are There Good Reasons for Bad Feelings?

“Why does depression exist at all?” “Why are mental disorders so confusing?” I wasn’t expecting these types of questions from

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Peace of Mind

BOWLING GREEN Sometimes, medical diagnosis is straightforward. An x-ray might clearly show a broken bone, an MRI will reveal soft

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