Changing practice, Changing lives

For the first time ever, flexible endoscopy was used to treat hydrocephalus in South America. This short video explains more. With the launch of our partnership in São Paulo, the NeuroKids team is now actively mentoring surgeons in North Africa, Southern Africa, South America, and soon, in West Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.…

Preventing Newborn Infections

If you are a poor woman living in the tropics, you are more likely to have a baby with hydrocephalus. That’s according to a group of research scientists who published their findings in the Lancet’s Global Health. Last year, there were an estimated 200,000 new cases of infant hydrocephalus in sub-Saharan Africa alone. The vast…

#4: Amman, Jordan

On the heels of returning from São Paulo, Brazil to train Dr. Giselle in the Warf method (ETV/CPC), we are excited to announce NeuroKids’ newest partner, Dr. Anas Said and Al Basheer Hospital in Jordan. Dr. Said is a pediatric neurosurgeon in Amman, where he graduated from medical school at Jordan University of Science and…

#3: Enugu, Nigeria

Enugu, Nigeria

We are thrilled to introduce our newest partner, Dr. Enoch Uche and the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), in Enugu, Nigeria. Dr. Uche is a professor of neurosurgery and director of the neurosurgery residency training program at UNTH in Enugu, as well as a member of  the West African College of Surgeons (WACS) and…

Center #1- Cairo, Egypt

We are a month out from launching our first training center. The decision to start in Cairo goes back a few years. Dr. Osama Aglan completed a pediatric neurosurgical fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2019, where he had the privilege to work alongside Dr. Ben Warf, the founder and chairman of Neuro Kids. While…