A USC-led team of researchers find that brain age, a neuroimaging-based assessment of global brain health, may play a role in post-stroke outcomes and could potentially help identify ... Read More »
On October 22, 2022, the Division of Neurocritical Care & Stroke participated in the American Heart Association’s 2022 Heart & Stroke Walk at the USC LA Memorial Coliseum. ... Read More »
The spirit of volunteerism and commitment to excellence make us proud to be serving together as a USC family. The Keck Medicine of USC Stroke ... Read More »
Over the years, everyone loses a few brain cells. A study led by scientists from USC Stem Cell and the USC Neurorestoration Center presents evidence that adults can replenish at least some of what they’ve lost by generating new brain cells, and that this process is dramatically altered in patients with long-term epilepsy.
Amytis Towfighi A book co-written by Amytis Towfighi, MD, associate professor of neurology (clinical scholar), was a Silver winner at the 2021 Independent Book Publishers Association's ... Read More »
(Illustration by iStock) Stroke survivors may see their quality of life enhanced by self-management programs, if organizers can overcome the challenges of getting this group to ... Read More »
Faculty and staff from the Division of Neurocritical Care and Stroke attended the 2020 International Stroke Conference in Los Angeles, from Feb. 19-21. The ISC brings together the ... Read More »
Keck School of Medicine of USC, Los Angeles | Photo credit: Ricardo Carrasco III When someone has an acute stroke, early access to specialized care is ... Read More »