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Research by Dr. Mauha Dey Featured on Local News
Can pet therapy boost moods of brain tumor patients?
Dr. Nicholas Theodore Delivers the 15th Annual Frew Lectureship
Our 2017 Frew Lecturer shared research that may dramatically impact future treatment of patients with spinal cord injury.
MEGA Brain to Educate Visitors of Neurosurgery Foundation Events
MEGA Brain to Educate Visitors of Neurosurgery Foundation Events
GCBS Doctors Complete Board Certifications
Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine congratulates two of its physicians on their recent Board certifications
A Local Hero - One of Our Own
After a gymnastics injury at age 14, Dr. Amy Leland endured physical therapy and rehabilitation. This early experience kindled an interest in what has become her professional passion.
Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor Pays it Forward with Hope
Critical care nurse battled back from tragic golf cart accident
September 22—It was a Thursday in August. Almost to the end of the week-long Hematology-Oncology Camp Riley hosted by Riley Children’s Foundation. Pediatric critical care nurse Rebecca Overman, 31, and four other nurses were maneuvering their golf cart down a steep hill to deliver medications.
Wherever Her Path May Lead
The website profile of Donna Purviance shows that nursing has long been her chosen path. In 2014, Donna’s path led her to Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine as a Nurse Practitioner caring for pain patients. In 2015, she received her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the Indiana State University. Certainly, she excels at patient care, but her role as Nurse Practitioner is ever so much more. When away from the clinic, Donna’s circle of influence is growing as she teaches about substance abuse, advocates for expanding the role of nurses, publishes her professional research, and touches the lives of patients in the developing world.
A Mission in Africa
August 15, 2016 “To advance the health of adults and children with neurosurgical disorders…,” begins the mission statement of Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine. To extend this corporate mission far beyond their familiar practice setting, a neurosurgeon and a chief resident journeyed nearly 8000 miles to eastern Africa in July 2016, on a mission of service. Dr. Daniel Fulkerson and Dr. Kashif Shaikh traveled to Eldoret, a city in western Kenya, to give of their surgical expertise at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital’s Neurosurgery Project.*
GCBS Earns Top Workplace in 2016
Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine was recently honored as one of Indiana’s Top Workplaces for the second consecutive year. With its 234 employees, Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine was recognized as a “Top Midsize Company” among a list of 90 regional employers.
First in State
July 26, 2016 Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital, supported by Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine, has become the first hospital system in the state to offer brain surgery patients the innovative BrightMatter™ technology—an advanced imaging, surgical planning, navigation and robotic visualization system.
National Conference Showcases IU Department of Neurological Surgery
June 8, 2016 Indiana University School of Medicine recently welcomed nearly 300 participants for the 107th Meeting of the Society of Neurological Surgeons (SNS) on June 4–7. It marked the first time IU’s Department of Neurological Surgery served as the host city for the annual conference.
Local High School Student Supports Brain Aneurysm Awareness
May 9, 2016 To honor her late father, Faith Arvin organized the " Breakthrough for Brain Aneurysm Awareness Walk.” What began as a senior class project became a gracious and sizeable donation to The Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell.
Andrea Scherer MD Awarded Pediatric Research Grant
May 12, 2016 Andrea Scherer, MD, a PGY 6 neurosurgery resident, has been named recipient of a $5000 Research Support Award from the AANS/CNS Joint Section on Pediatric Neurosurgery for her project, “TRPV4 Antagonists for the Treatment of Hydrocephalus.”
Indiana University School of Medicine Resident And Fellow Training Course
April 16, 2016 To introduce residents and fellows to the NICO BrainPath Approach, IU School of Medicine hosted a one-day training course. This technology allows neurosurgeons to treat intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) and tumors using a minimally invasive approach.
Brain Bolt 5K Makes Huge Strides
Nearly 210 participants recently joined their families, physicians, and members of the community for the first ever Brain Bolt 5K run/walk hosted by Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine. The event raised more than $45,000 to help foster awareness and celebrate those impacted by brain aneurysms.
NFL Sideline Neurosurgeon Dr. Khairi Discusses Head Injuries and Player Safety
January 4, 2016 Will Smith's Movie “Concussion” is making headlines because it addresses the real dangers of football and other contact sports. In order to reduce the number of undiagnosed concussions, the NFL has partnered with local neurosurgeons to be on the sidelines of every game. Our own neurosurgeons, Drs. Khairi, Shah, Mobasser, and Rodgers assist the NFL in this way.
Dey Receives Prestigious Research Award
May 27, 2016 Mahua Dey, MD, a neurosurgeon-scientist and assistant professor in the department of neurological surgery, recently received the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development Award (K08) for her work in brain tumor research. The award offers non-tenured clinician-scientists an intensive, mentored research career development experience in biomedical or behavioral research.
Zachary H Dodd MD has joined the Group as a neurological surgeon
December 1, 2015 GOODMAN CAMPBELL BRAIN AND SPINE is pleased to announce that ZACHARY H. DODD, MD has joined the Group as a neurological surgeon.
Mahua Dey MD has joined the Group as a neurological surgeon and IU School of Medicine faculty member
August 21, 2015 GOODMAN CAMPBELL BRAIN AND SPINE is pleased to announce that Mahua Dey, MD has joined the Group as a neurological surgeon and IU School of Medicine faculty member.
6th Annual Prescription Drug Abuse Symposium
October 29, 2015 Donna Purviance, DNP, FNP-BC honored with Naloxone award at the annual Prescription Drug Abuse Symposium.
From Brain Surgery to Football Field in 4 Months
August 20, 2015 The brain surgeon is setting up the iPad, calling up the MRI and saying he’s never seen anything like it. The mom and the dad are almost in tears, trying to keep it together for their kid, the one with the brain tumor...
Indiana Hemorrhagic Stroke Meeting explores new surgical options
August 5, 2015 Inaugural Indiana Hemorrhagic Stroke Meeting sponsored by the Indiana CTSI to learn about the latest opportunities for treating intracerebral hemorrhage.
Welcome to the New GoodmanCampbell.com
September 18, 2015 Welcome to the new GoodmanCampbell.com! We've redesigned our website to serve you better.
Todd A. Eads MD has joined the Group as a neurological surgeon.
July 20, 2015 GOODMAN CAMPBELL BRAIN AND SPINE is pleased to announce that TODD A. EADS, MD has joined the Group as...
Jesse J. Savage MD PhD has joined the Group as a neurological surgeon.
July 20, 2015 GOODMAN CAMPBELL BRAIN AND SPINE is pleased to announce that JESSE J. SAVAGE, MD PhD has joined the Group as an...
Garrett J. Jackson MD has joined the Group as a neurological surgeon.
July 20, 2015 GOODMAN CAMPBELL BRAIN AND SPINE is pleased to announce that GARRETT J. JACKSON, MD has joined the Group as an...
A New Technology - Saving Lives and Preserving Quality of Life
May 26, 2015 Dr. Young and his patient, Blakely Murphy, were featured on The Doctors on Tuesday, May 12th.
Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine Selected in 2015 Top Workplaces
April 20, 2015 Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of Top Workplaces for 2015.
Dr. Smith Honored with Medical Excellence Award
March 18, 2015 Medical Excellence The Medical Excellence Award honors a physician who exemplifies the highest values, commitment to patient service, community involvement,...
13th Annual Frew Lectureship
March 12, 2015 The speaker for the 13th Annual Frew Lectureship is Dr. Shelly Timmons from Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania. Title: Traumatic Brain...
New Procedure Aids Stroke Victims
February 20, 2015 A Stroke, a Neurosurgeon, and a Measure of Hope Imagine yourself jogging with your dog one minute and, after feeling a...
2014 The Campbell Lecture
September 15, 2014 Changes in the Training and Craft of Neurosurgery: A 45 Year Perspective R. Michael Scott, MD Wednesday, October 8, 2014, 5:00 pm Goodman Hall...
Masterpieces running on the playground: My Riley Hero
September 3, 2014 September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and as I tried to think about what I would like for people to be most aware of when it comes to childhood cancer, I kept coming back to one thing, or rather, one person: Dr. Joel Boaz. He’s my hero.
Daniel H. Sahlein MD has Joined Our Group as an Interventional Neuroradiologist
August 27, 2014 Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine is pleased to announce that Daniel H. Sahlein, MD has joined our group as an...
Todd E Schmidt MD has joined the Group as an interventional pain management specialist
July 17, 2014 GOODMAN CAMPBELL BRAIN AND SPINE is pleased to announce that TODD E. SCHMIDT, MD has joined the Group as an...
Dr. Mobasser is the Official Team Neurosurgeon for the Indiana Pacers
March 12, 2014 Dr. Mobasser is the official team neurosurgeon for the Indiana Pacers and serves as a spinal consultant to the National...
12th Annual Frew Lectureship
February 28, 2014 The speaker for the 12th Annual Frew Lectureship on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 was Dr. Robert Harbaugh. The...
Dr. Fulkerson Accompanies His Patient
December 03, 2013 Dr. Fulkerson accompanies his patient, who was recognized as a "Riley Hero" for 2013.
2013 Frew Lecture Focuses on Traumatic Brain Injuries
February 27, 2013 The speaker for the 11th Annual Frew Lectureship to be held Wednesday, March 20, 2013 is Dr. Florentius Kipchirichir Koech. ...
Resident Selected for Prestigious Research Award
January 22, 2013 Brad Bohnstedt, MD, 6th year resident in the Department of Neurological Surgery, has been selected for the 2013 the Synthes...
Spine Surgeon and Resident Return From African Mission Trip
September 05, 2012 Dan Fulkerson, MD, pediatric neurosurgeon and adult spine surgeon, and Brad Bohnstedt, MD, sixth-year neurosurgery resident at Indiana University School...
Goodman Scholarship Winners Announced
December 23, 2011 IN THE PHOTO ABOVE, Henry Feuer, MD; Paul Nelson, MD; Nicholas Barbaro, MD; Terry Horner, MD; Troy Payner, MD; and...
Bosnian Boy gets Seizure Surgery from Goodman Campbell Surgeon
October 04, 2010 This television news segment tells about how a little boy and his parents from Bosnia found help from a surgeon...
Understanding Shaken Baby Syndrome
January 20, 2010 After the arrests of a mother and her boyfriend charged in the death of her ten-month-old daughter, Dr. Michael Turner...
A Neurosurgeon is Best for Back and Neck Pain
January 20, 2010 Your spine is more than just bones. It contains your spinal cord, which connects to your brain. And all your...