The University of Washington Harborview Burn Center has pioneered a number of advanced treatments, including early skin grafting. Immersive virtual reality pain distraction was originated here.
Cleveland Clinic is a multispecialty academic medical center, consistently ranked among the top hospitals in America. Its Las Vegas operations are located at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
The Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health offers patients and caregivers a complete continuum of care, infusing education and research into all that we do for those afflicted by neurocognitive disorders.
SnowWorld, developed at the University of Washington HITLab in collaboration with Harborview Burn Center, was the first immersive virtual world designed for reducing pain.
The Brain Science Foundation seeds novel and results-oriented research of meningioma and other primary brain tumors and seeks to advance understanding of brain function as it relates to these tumors.
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital are conducting promising new basic and translational research that will address three major unsolved questions about Alzheimer's Disease.
Our mission is to cure MS. We must confront this disease on multiple fronts to benefit patients who battle the disease, to arrest its progression, and to prevent the disease entirely in the future.
The principal goal of CNI is to advance drug testing to allow more treatments to reach patients faster--in particular, clinical trials and new therapy development for central nervous system diseases.
The NIH’s largest public-private partnership on brain research, ADNI tracks normal, mildly cognitively impaired, and Alzheimer's disease brain changes to measure the progression of the condition.
Our center combines clinical, translational, and basic research into one of the world's leading ALS Centers of excellence. We also provide care and support to patients and their circles.