Joseph Madsen. MD
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A very narrow bridge
Madsen blogs about the challenges of translational research.
When n=2: A Mom's foray into translational research
Madsen tells the story of a mom who searches for new treatments for her twin daughters, both affected by a genetic cholesterol condition called Neimann-Pick Type C.
The birth of ShuntCheck: Family, love, passion, death--and ice
Madsen shares the tale of an innovation made by a family affected by hydrocephalus.
Madsen and his team of surgeons perform a hemispherectomy to treat a girl's epilepsy.
Hydrocephalus gets turned on its head
Madsen is looking at new ways of understanding and treating hydrocephalus.
When epilepsy surgery offers the chance of a cure
Madsen share his expertise on epilepsy in a Q&A with the New York Times.
MRI-guided brain tumor removal
In a live webcast, Madsen and colleagues remove a tumor from a child's brain, using intraoperative MRI to map functional regions and decide what can be safely removed.