Media Coverage

The work done by Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine faculty members (and even some students) is regularly highlighted in newspapers, online media outlets and more. Below you’ll find links to articles and videos of Feinberg in the news.

Medill Reports 0

Dr. Hunt Batjer, a neurosurgeon at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, said the
rule is rooted in the discovery that children are vulnerable to a “second
impact syndrome” that comes from returning to activity too soon after
suffering a concussion.

“This really is a youth sports issue,” Dr. Batjer said. “This issue doesn’t
arise in grown people, and girls may be at a higher risk than boys.

WLS-TV (Chicago) 0

Judy Fulop, MS, MD of Northwestern Memorial Hospital says the concept is that
if you can keep your body in tip-top shape, your immune system can help
support your body’s ability to help, and get over the flu quicker with fewer
complications.

Hindustan Times 0

In one, researchers from Northwestern University, Chicago, found that one
pill a day of genistein, a natural isoflavone chemical in soya, seemed to
slow or stop the spread of prostate cancer.

Hindustan Times 0

In one, researchers from Northwestern University, Chicago, found that one
pill a day of genistein, a natural isoflavone chemical in soya, seemed to
slow or stop the spread of prostate cancer.

ABC News 0

There is preliminary research from Northwestern University, however, that
suggests that even those in comas may benefit from having familiar voices
around. Theresa Pape, a research assistant professor of physical medicine
and rehabilitation at Northwestern, has found that those in a vegetative
show brain activation when listening to familiar voices, but not to
unfamiliar voices. Another study is underway to determine if listening to
recorded “stories” told by family members several times a day will help
speed neurological recovery for those with traumatic brain injury.

ABC News 0

There is preliminary research from Northwestern University, however, that
suggests that even those in comas may benefit from having familiar voices
around. Theresa Pape, a research assistant professor of physical medicine
and rehabilitation at Northwestern, has found that those in a vegetative
show brain activation when listening to familiar voices, but not to
unfamiliar voices. Another study is underway to determine if listening to
recorded “stories” told by family members several times a day will help
speed neurological recovery for those with traumatic brain injury.

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