is given to a high-ranking brain tumor clinical or basic science abstract submitted by a resident or medical student from a rising program defined as an institution that has received two or less awards since 2015. The award is presented at the CNS and AANS annual meetings, and the senior author of the paper should be a member of the AANS/CNS Section on Tumors. A monetary component of $1,000 is included with an award certificate.
Mojtaba Dayyani receives the Award at the AANS 2023
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This two-day Inter-active meeting is packed with scientific updates on brain and spine tumor recurrent tumors. Each day will also have a segment dedicated to Advanced Practice Providers (APPs).
Don’t miss this opportunity! Submit your abstract and register today.
Donations to the Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation (NREF) on behalf of Tumor Section funds encourage the next generation of researchers and breakthroughs. Your contribution funds research fellowships, grants and awards.
As we learn from the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, the Section on Tumors is collecting and sharing publications and other resources for our members to freely access.
A list of tumor specific guidelines for neurosurgical practice that were approved by the CNS / AANS guidelines committees.
AANS/CNS offers a variety of funding opportunities. Learn how to apply for a grant for your project.
The official journal of section on tumors - a multi-disciplinary journal that includes basic, applied, and clinical investigations in research areas as they relate to cancer and the CNS.
Photo taken at the CNS 2022 Poster session.
In the latest AANS/CNS Section on Tumors newsletter that is published twice a year, we discuss various topics that are of professional interest to our members.
Photo taken at the CNS 2022 Early Career Neurosurgeons Event
Search our database to locate a qualified surgeon where you live. You can find a neurosurgeon by name, location or membership type.
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