Keck Medicine announces new Center for Neurorestoration
By Alison Trinidad
Patients who suffer from uncontrolled epilepsy now have new treatment options at Keck Medicine of USC, thanks to the recent founding of the USC Center for Neurorestoration.
The center proposes to physically test innovative neural engineering and basic neuroscience to restore neurological circuitry and function within the human brain.
Christianne Heck, MD, MMM, associate professor of neurology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, medical director of the USC Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, and Charles Liu, MD, PhD, professor of neurosurgery and neurology at the Keck School, surgical director of the USC Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, are co-directors of the new center. Heck and Liu worked extensively over the last three years to build USC’s Level 4 epilepsy program. … Read More »