The Foundation is pleased to welcome Claude Wasserstein to its Council, a dedicated group of goodwill ambassadors who work closely with the Board of Directors and staff to provide advice and assist with raising funds and building awareness.

The focused ultrasound research community is actively pursuing the treatment of various stages of breast cancer in nine ongoing clinical trials worldwide. 

Researchers in Switzerland have developed a novel neuromodulation sequence for aggregating and uncaging drug carriers at a circuit-specific location in the brain.

In a recent press release, Johns Hopkins Medicine announced that a team of its neurosurgeons and biomedical engineers had received a $13.48 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop implantable focused ultrasound neuromodulation devices that can monitor blood flow and then administer treatment to prevent further damage in patients with a traumatic spinal cord injury.

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