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RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Two world-class medical institutions have partnered with Texas Children’s Hospital to provide the most comprehensive care for newborns with diseases of the nervous system. Texas Children’s Brain and Spine Center and its Institute for Diagnostic and Imaging Sciences (IDIS) today announced a collaboration that includes training, research and patient care. The collaboration, which was announced in a joint press conference today at IDIS, is aimed at helping to diagnose and treat patients in need of urgent intervention for neural injuries. Texas Children’s and IDIS already have a long-standing partnership for infant care and education. The agreement to create a new branch of the Center for Neonatal-Perinatal Neurosciences will double the institute’s diagnostic and research capacity. This collaboration will strengthen the clinical care, education, research and research training opportunities at the two institutions, with the goal of developing new diagnostic and treatment approaches to neurological disorders. “This new alliance with a neurosurgeon and an ophthalmologist offers the combined expertise of Texas Children’s and IDIS to explore a wide range of neurological diseases and disorders,” said Dr. Thomas M. Stroinski, director of IDIS. “We are eager to develop new diagnostic and treatment approaches to improve the lives of patients with these debilitating conditions.” “We’re excited about the breadth of the clinical services available at the new Center for Neonatal-Perinatal Neurosciences,” said Dr. Bruce McColl, chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at Texas Children’s and a neurosurgeon at the Dallas/Fort Worth airport. “Through collaboration, these teams are going to be able to build on the strong work they’ve been doing, with the goal of changing the course of patients’ lives.” In addition to providing comprehensive care for newborns with diseases of the nervous system, the center will enable Texas Children’s Hospital to provide world-class care for a population of newborns with other conditions including hydrocephalus, spina bifida and other birth defects affecting the brain and spine. The institute’s research teams will collaborate with the center’s clinical programs to identify novel diagnostic and treatment approaches to those diseases. The center will be led by Dr. Kyle Flamm, a professor of Pediatrics and Neurology and an attending
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