• GRASS FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENTS
    1982 Aruthur A. Ward, Jr. Epilepsy Research
    1983 Thomas W Langfitt Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism in Head Injury Research
    1984 George A. Ojemann Research in the Brain Organization for Language and Memory
    1985 John A. Jane Plasticity in the Brain and Skull
    1986 Donald P. Becker Maximizing Brain Recovery in Neurosurgical Disorders (Uncovering Mechanisms in Reversible Brain Cell Injury)
    1987 Charles J. Hodge, Jr. The Spinothalamic Tract Revisited
    1988 Robert G. Grossman The Temporal Lobe in Epilepsy
    1989 Paul L. Kornblith Biological Studies of Human Gliomas and Their Therapeutic Implications
    1990 Robert L. Grubb, Jr. Physiological Responses to Cerebral Ischemia
    1991 Thoralf M. Sundt, Jr. The Clinical Application of Laboratory Studies in Hemorrhagic Occlusive Cerebrovascular Disease
    1992 Bryce K. Weir Views from the Shoulders of Giants
    1993 Peter M. Richardson Cells and Molecules for Axonal Regeneration
    1994 Robert L. Martuza Molecular Targeting of Therapy for Neurosurgical Disorders
    1995 Edward H. Oldfield The Potential of Treatment of Neurological Disease with Regional Delivery of Recombinant Molecules
    1996 Neal Kassell Intracranial Aneurysms: A 30-Year Odyssey
    1997 James N. Campbell Studies of Neuropathic Pain: From Nociceptor to Patient
    1998 Ronald Tasker What Microelectrode Recording in the Brain Tells Us about Pain
    1999 H. Richard Winn Role of Adenosine in Cerebral Blood Flow Regulation
    2000 Henry Brem Brain Tumor Therapy
    2001 Julian T. Hoff Basic Research by a Clinical Surgeon: An Impossible Dream?
    2002 Charles H. Tator Brain and Spinal Cord Injury: The Epidemic, the Prevention and the Research toward Cures
    2003 Ralph G. Dacey, Jr. Integrated Vascular Responses in the Cerebral Microcirculation: Physiologic and Therapeutic Implications
    2004 James T. Rutka An Odyssey in Neuro-Oncology Research: A Tale of Two Tumors
    2005 Fred A. Lenz The Primate Thalamus
    2006 Dennis D. Spencer Applying Basic Science Tools to Clinical Research: The Investigation of Human Epilepsy
    2007 E. Antonio Chiocca Translational Therapeutics for Brain tumors: Opportunities and Challenges

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