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The Neurocritical Care Division focuses on patient care, research, and training related to the acutely ill neurological patient. The division conducts research to improve the understanding of these conditions and patient outcomes. In addition, the division
trains nurses, medical students, residents, fellows and nurse practitioners in the principles and practices of neurocritical care.
The division offers a Neurocritical Care fellowship, a two-year long program that trains physicians in the acute care of critically ill patients with an underlying neurological process. Specific diseases and conditions include but are not limited
to: cerebrovascular disorders, neurotrauma, neuro-oncology, refractory seizures, neuromuscular diseases, infections, disorders of consciousness, and perioperative neurosurgical care. Fellows interested in a first-hand look at our Shock-Resuscitation
Unit (SRU), should follow the residents’ blog.
Our UC Neurocritical Care physicians and staff play an important role in brain injury research and the establishment of evidence-based treatment for stroke, ruptured aneurysms, brain bleeds, severe seizures and traumatic brain injuries. The Collaborative
for Research on Acute Neurological Injuries (CRANI) forms a programmatic home for clinical and translational research scientists across UC and its affiliates, crossing the boundaries of individual disease and allowing for novel multidisciplinary
approaches to dealing with severe brain and spinal cord injuries. Our team joins with other institutions across the country and world to advance our understanding of the most severe brain injuries. We believe clinical research offers patients
the opportunity to be a part of the most cutting-edge care available first at UC.
UC Neurocritical Care is involved in federal-, defense-, and industry-funded clinical research, including:
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