Clinical Neurosciences Center

Clinical Neurosciences Center Publishes 2008 Report to the Community

Publication highlights accomplishments, announces goals

The University of Utah Clinical Neurosciences Center has just released its' 2008 Report to the Community.  The report 2008 coverhighlights some of the significant successes of the Clinical Neurosciences Center's first full year of operations and outlines some of the Center's ambitious goals for the future.

The report includes updates from

  • Candice Gourley, Administrative Director of the Clinical Neurosciences Center
  • Dr Stefan Pulst, Chair, Department of Neurology
  • Dr William Couldwell, Chair, Department of Neurosurgery
  • Dr E.A. "Steve" Stevens, Chair, Department of Radiology

Report highlights:

"In a time of declining federal funding for research, we've seen a 50 percent increase in grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other sources." ~ Stefan-M. Pulst, MD, Dr med

"We are proud that our residency program has more female residents than any other neurosurgery residency in the country" ~ William T. Couldwell, MD, PhD

"Education is a core value of our department and when it comes to imaging education, the University of Utah Department of Radiology residency program is ranked #1 out of 190 programs in North America."~ E.A. "Steve" Stevens, MD

"The circumstances and conditions that bring a patient to our clinics and inpatient units are often unsettling and fearful.  We understand this and believe that medicine is first and foremost about caring for people...We are committed to our goal to create an exceptional patient experience.  We want our patients to know that they are being cared for by knowledgeable and skilled health care professionals who treat them with the compassion and respect they deserve."~ Candice Gourley

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