The interdisciplinary pituitary group in London has published joint scientific papers, developed a database to analyze patient outcomes, and is embarking on new and exciting imaging research with The Brain and Mind Institute at Western University.
The group has developed unique collaboration with world leading scientists at Western that are experts in imaging the brain. The group has already taken the first and pivotal steps in advancing understanding of how vision responds to injury and recovery before and after pituitary surgery.
As a Canadian first, physicians, scientists and the cutting edge imaging technology are redefining the boundaries on how the brain and vision can be understood and can how best to facilitate the brain’s response to tumour removal and visual recovery.
Patients may be asked to participate in research with the hope of improving the lives of patients suffering from pituitary tumors. Patient participation is always welcome and most appreciated.