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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Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center Adds Parkinson’s Support

LOUISVILLE Norton Neuroscience Institute (NNI) and the Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana have joined forces to bolster care for individuals

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Good News for Bad Knees

    LOUISVILLE Orthopedic surgeon Joseph W. Greene, MD, is the first specialist in Louisville, Kentucky to use the ROSA®

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A Doctor, A Plumber, and An Artist

LOUISVILLE It sounds like the beginning of a joke. “A doctor, a plumber and an artist walk into a room…”

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COVID-19: Reflections, Remembrances and Recollections

“What will you remember? What would you like to forget?” We asked Kentuckiana physicians and administrators to share their thoughts

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Hope and Health for Louisville’s “Forgotten Side”

LOUISVILLE Brent Duncan, MD, a Louisville native and fifth generation physician, is a welcome sight around West Louisville. The doctor

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Care, Where and When Children Need It Most

LOUISVILLE Michelle Stevenson, MD, MS, serves as the division chief of emergency medicine in pediatrics at the University of Louisville.

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