2014 Articles

Doctor #17
During our recent Pituitary Education event at Emory University, Dr. Adriana Ioachimescu received a bright yellow card from Tracy, one of her patients. The front of the card had the number 17 and Dr. Ioachimescu's name on it. A really simple card, but the significance of the information was astronomical.

Emory Researchers Hoping for FDA Approval on Agent that Turns Cancer Cells Pink
There's some exciting research on the imaging of brain cancer that could soon be approved by the FDA. The technology is already being used in Europe. A team at Emory University's Winship Cancer Institute is leading the research here in this country.

Atlanta Eyes Startups for Starring Role in Neuroscience
“We believe that technological solutions are going to play a large role in treating patients,” NeuroLaunch Co-Founder and Emory University Neurosurgery Resident Dr. Jordan Amadio said. “But these technologies need to come to market. They can’t remain as ideas in the laboratory without being translated.”

Dr. Oyesiku Presented with Gentle Giant Award
The Pituitary Network Association (PNA) presented Nelson Oyesiku, MD, PhD, FACS, with the prestigious Gentle Giant Award during its Pituitary Education Day. The PNA’s Gentle Giant Award honors those that present an outstanding contribution and dedication to pituitary patient care and education.