A multidisciplinary group of Miller School of Medicine researchers, collaborating with investigators from the University of Munich and the University of Pittsburgh, has identified 10 complementing morphologic and physiologic measurements that better characterize a neurological disorder known as Chiari Malformation Type I (CMI) and are likely to improve identification of appropriate surgical candidates.
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“Fasten your seat belts! We’re going to fly through the brain of a mouse,” wrote NIH Director Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., in an article highlighting the work of Xue-Ting Luo, Ph.D., post-doctoral research fellow at The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, and his mentor Kevin Park, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurological surgery.