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Northwell Health's Martin E. Doerfler, MD, collaborates on a study assessing the differences between hospital-presenting sepsis and emergency department-presenting sepsis.
Ashesh Mehta, MD, PhD: As vagus nerve and deep brain stimulation have reduced seizures and lead to better controlled epilepsy, we are mapping the brain to learn its possibilities.
Steven Gurien, MD, a Northwell Health surgical resident and member of The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, has been honored by the Society of Critical Care Medicine for work with sepsis.
The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research scientists study bioelectronic stimulation as an effective treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.
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Long Island Weekly spotlights Dr. Betsy Barnes' research.
Media coverage highlighting the Feinstein's bioelectronic medicine discovery that noninvasive nerve stimulation improves rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
Lance Becker, MD, tells Nature the pig experiments suggest that the brain might stay viable for much longer than previously thought.
Betty Diamond, MD, discusses the multi-center randomized trial with MEdge Rheumatology.
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