SCIENCE TIMES “completion of a multiscale marmoset contribute new neuroscientific knowledge brain atlas and integrated data platform to derived from studying the human brain. TABLE 1. Indications for CEEG Monitoring in SAH Patients support functional studies, the generation Such collaborations will also provide of genetically modified marmosets for a framework for discussing the optimal Indications Evidence experimental and pre-clinical studies, and development of therapies derived from new the creation of a clinical data center using discoveries in brain science. In this regard, a 1. Predicting outcome Unknown translational biomarkers for the diagnosis working knowledge of neuroethics, which 2. Monitoring of clinical state Poor evidence 3. Detecting ischemia from Pilot studies and treatment of human brain diseases.” addresses the implications of knowledge vasospasm The Australian Brain Alliance (ABA) about the brain, the way it is obtained, and 4. Detecting ictal activity Good was launched in February, 2016, to its use to modulate brain function, will be evidence secure investment in an Australian Brain important for navigating the ethical, legal, Initiative. The overarching goal of the and social effects of new neuroscientific Australian Brain Initiative will be to under- knowledge for our patients. prevent ischemic complications from SAH. stand “the mechanisms
Neurosurgery – Oxford University Press
Published: May 1, 2017
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