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UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSPORT Program

UCLA receives $10 million for the UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSPORT Program devoted to preventing, treating, and researching sports concussions.

Steve Tisch  donates $10 million to UCLA program devoted to researching and treating sports concussions, especially in youth 

"UCLA runs one of the best youth concussion programs in the nation, and I'm honored that my gift will allow the program to accelerate and expand its efforts to help kids, parents and coaches understand how to prevent and treat concussions and enjoy the sports that they love." Learn more about the BrainSPORT Program »

Neurosurgery UCLA:

Ranked in U.S. top ten offering neurosurgical treatments for:

• Brain tumors
• Stroke
• Brain aneurysms
• Traumatic brain injury
• Pituitary tumors
• Epilepsy

• Hydrocephalus
• Movement disorders
• Spinal disorders


100 Subjects in Neurosurgery

100 Subjects in Neurosurgery

The 100 UCLA Subjects in Neurosurgery constitute a selection of a hundred relevant topics developed by the UCLA Department of Neurosurgery Faculty as an educational tool.

Dr. Martin and  link to Webinar

Live Webinar: The Latest Treatments in Brain Aneurysms

August 6, 2014, 11:30am PST
Join UCLA neurosurgeon Neil Martin, MD., FAANS, Director of the Aneurysm and AVM Program at UCLA, to discuss the latest treatments for aneurysms, weaken areas in blood vessels often described as a ballooning that can rupture in the brain and cause a stroke.
Register for the webinar » | Neurosurgery Webinars »

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