Awards & Recognitions – May 2022

World Neurosurgery Editor’s Choice Article

Cover image of World Neurosurgery
Cover image courtesy of World Neurosurgery

A manuscript from Barrow Neurological Institute was selected as an Editor’s Choice article for the May 2022 issue of World Neurosurgery. Thanks to a partnership between World Neurosurgery and The Neurosurgical Atlas, “The Times They Are a-Changin’: Increasing Complexity of Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhages in Patients Treated from 2004 to 2018” is free access for 12 months. The authors are Joshua S. Catapano, MD; Visish M. Srinivasan, MD; Mohamed A. Labib, MD; Kavelin Rumalla, MD; Candice L. Nguyen, BS; Redi Rahmani, MD; Jacob F. Baranoski, MD; Tyler S. Cole, MD; Caleb Rutledge, MD; Ashutosh P. Jadhav MD, PhD; Andrew F. Ducruet, MD; Felipe C. Albuquerque, MD; Joseph M. Zabramski, MD; and Michael T. Lawton, MD.

NINDS ALS Strategic Planning Team

Photo of Dr. Bowser, Dr. Sattler, and Dr. Shefner
From left: Robert Bowser, PhD; Rita Sattler, PhD; and Jeremy Shefner, MD, PhD

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), which is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), named Rita Sattler, PhD, as steering committee co-chair of its ALS Strategic Planning Team. To serve as working group members, the organization invited Robert Bowser, PhD, and Jeremy Shefner, MD, PhD. The ALS Strategic Planning Team consists of scientists, clinicians, advocates, and patients who will review feedback from the ALS community and develop research priorities for the disease. Learn more.

Phoenix PD Certificate of Appreciation

Ashley Bridwell (center) with Matthew Moody and Det. Sabrina Taylor from the Phoenix Police Department

Outpatient Neuro-rehabilitation Program Coordinator Ashley Bridwell, LMSW, received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Phoenix Police Department. The award recognizes her work in the training and oversight of officers interacting with people with brain injuries and other kinds of cognitive impairment.