Brains launches a trust to aid the poor
The Gurushri Seva trust, started by Brains, is a compassionate endeavour to extend financial aid to poor patients for advanced life-saving treatment. In essence, this uniquely humane initiative has a simple and noble purpose: to…
Six eventful months at Brains
The Brains Neuro-Spine Centre has completed six months of providing the Gold Standard in neuro and spine care at its state-of-the-art centre at the Sparsh hospital in the heart of Bangalore. The last six months…
Brains acquires state-of-the-art surgical microscope
As part of its mission to offer Gold Standard neuro and spine care, Brains has acquired an advanced surgical microscope from Leica GmbH, a Germany-based world-leading manufacturer of high technology precision imaging equipment. The world…
What goes on inside the brain of a psychopath?
Why does a normal looking human turn into a Jack the Ripper? According to dictionary a psychopath is a person with a horrible mental disorder that leads to violent, often murderous behaviour. But thus far…
The gentler symptoms of dying
<p>Thanks to the interdependence of our organs, dyeing is rarely as painful as it looks. Morbid as it is, this masterpiece on how life passes into death published in the New York Times is a…
How brains make preference-based decisions?
Why do you choose blue over white or reach for a sweet instead of savoury? Innumerable times through our lives, our brain makes preference-based decisions that governs the choices we make. Now researchers are close…
At ICUs, armed with a battery of gadgets, men battle fiercely for life, clinging to the faintest signs of hope and pushing science and skill to their ...
Let me start by nailing the canard that the medical community is somehow allergic to the concept of prescribing medicines generically rather than by t...
14th Endoskullbase worksop
Paolo, Castelnuovo and Davide Locatelli from Italy
Live surgery, intervention and micro vascular anastomosis hand on workshop
Ginde oration by Dr. Anil Nanda, Shreveport, USA and workshop on Cerebrovascular surgery
CEMAST workshop on minimally access neurosurgery