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2022 Indy NeuroCon Wrap-Up!

The 4th Annual Indy NeuroCon, hosted by the Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell, was a huge success! This year’s event, held at Marian University Michael A. Evans Center, also provided multiple continuing education credits. For the first time we were able to offer 2 days with 3 separate tracks: adult inpatient, adult outpatient and pediatrics […]

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6th Annual Brain Bolt 5K

Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine is proud to announce our Sixth Annual Brain Bolt 5K Run/Walk/Wheel will be both in person and virtual this year! This year’s race will once again benefit the treatment and care of traumatic brain and spine injuries. We anticipate a large number of race participants from all over the country—many […]

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Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine to host Indy NeuroCon 2019 in Indianapolis

On September 27, Goodman Campbell will host Indy NeuroCon 2019, our second annual Advanced Practitioner neurosurgical conference, in Indianapolis. We’ll be welcoming nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and healthcare clinicians working in primary care, acute care and patient rehabilitation. Our theme: Inspire, Educate, Rehabilitate. Indy NeuroCon 2019 is a chance for Advanced […]

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Fourth Annual Brain Bolt Sets New Records

Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine’s fourth annual Brain Bolt 5K has set new records, both for fundraising and participation. This year the event raised more than $117,000 thanks to the 564 registrants who signed up to race and raise money to support traumatic brain injury (TBI) research.  Goodman Campbell physicians and staff joined in the […]

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Brain Bolt Smashes Goals in Year 3

Brain Bolt 2017 from Elyssa Siegel on Vimeo. The Third Annual Brain Bolt 5K topped both our participant and fundraising expectations. Last year’s October 7 event attracted more than 420 registrants as well as repeat and first-time sponsors who together helped raise more than $93,000 to support traumatic brain injury research. Under sunny skies at […]

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MEGA Brain to Educate Visitors of Neurosurgery Foundation Events

January 11, 2017—The Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell and the Methodist Health Foundation recently partnered to purchase the MEGA Brain—an inflatable, walk-through exhibit that provides an interactive educational experience on the human brain. Besides learning about the brain’s structures and normal function, visitors will observe examples of brain trauma and diseases, including tumor, stroke, aneurysm, […]

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Local High School Student Supports Brain Aneurysm Awareness

At just 8 years old, Faith Arvin lost her father to a brain aneurysm and has had several family members also diagnosed with the devastating condition. These tragedies are what motivated Faith, now a senior at Martinsville High School, in Martinsville, IN, to host the “Breakthrough for Brain Aneurysm Awareness Walk,” held April 30 at […]

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