Visiting Neurosurgery professor, Dr. Judy Huang, will present on the topic, “Tailored Management of Arteriovenous Malformations.”
What is consciousness and how does it come about? The answers to these questions are not clear.
Since the first brain surgery with the trephinations (making a hole in the skull) done in ancient times to the more recent developments of placing stimulating electrodes directly into the brain to treat disorders such as Parkinson’s disease; neurosurgery has proved an exciting and at times revolutionary field.
We spend nearly a third of our lives in sleep, and yet the function of sleep and its implications for us remain somewhat of a mystery.