More than 50 million people in the United States and a billion people worldwide have a neurological disorder, and the numbers are rising. To meet this challenge, the world needs a leader in brain and spine treatment and research. Ohio State’s Neurological Institute seeks to be that leader.
Ohio State is one of the first medical centers in the country to combine five neuroscience-related specialties into a single, integrated program. With five hospitals, 10 ambulatory care centers and a neurological research institute, Ohio State is designed to rapidly unlock the mysteries of the brain and to pioneer therapies and technology on every neurological front.
Gene Replacement Therapy Moves Forward
Opening Blood-Brain Barrier In Fight Against Alzheimer's
New Neurology Chair Arrives in July
Spinal Cord Injury
Belford Fund gives $10 million for spinal cord research
Cognitive and Memory Disorders
Dr. Scharre seeks early Alzheimer's diagnoses with SAGE test
Dr. Marras tracks back problems with wearable diagnostics
High Intensity Focused Ultrasound