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Could veterans have concussion-related CTE?
Dr. Julian Bailes, co-director of the NorthShore Neurological Institute in Evanston, Illinois, is pointing at the angry red and vivid yellow blooms on the PET scan of a living brain...
Chris Borland's decision reflects players' awareness
Dr. Julian Bailes, a neurosurgeon and co-director of the NorthShore Neurological Institute in Evanston, Ill., said he believes the NFL's claims of a safer game to be accurate, and something that has trickled down to youth football as well...
How Surgeons Are Navigating Deep Inside the Brain
WGN TV News
“It’s all the way in the thalamus, which is the very deep center part of the brain, so it’s all the way in the very middle,” said Dr. Julian Bailes, a neurosurgeon at NorthShore Neurological Institute.
A Possible Breakthrough on Testing CTE
Dr. Julian Bailes, one of the lead researchers of a new UCLA study, who claims to have diagnosed CTE in living subjects, told TSN in an interview that the NHL and other pro sports leagues can't "run from the science..."
Brigham and Women’s chief named NFL medical adviser
Youth leagues have also taken steps in recent years to combat head injuries, said Julian Bailes, codirector of the NorthShore Neurological Institute...Bailes said the NFL can set a positive example...
Study cites youth football for issues
The top medical official for Pop Warner, the nation's largest and oldest youth football organization, dismissed the study as "flawed." Dr. Julian Bailes...co-director of the Northshore Neurological Institute...told "Outside the Lines" that the sample is too small to draw any conclusions...
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2015 Understanding Parkinson's Disease event
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2014 Understanding Parkinson's Disease event