The AANS/CNS Section on Tumors is seeking nominations for the Andrew T. Parsa Mentorship Award. The deadline for submission is July 16, 2018.
The Section on Tumors welcomes Manish Aghi as the new president. Pictured is Steven Kalkanis passing the gavel to Manish Aghi. We would like to recognize Steve's outstanding leadership of the section.
New fellowship for Argentinian neurosurgeons. Opportunity to participate as an observer for three months at the University of Miami in the division of surgical neurooncology.
The Spring 2018 newsletter is now available. This issue features 2017/2018 meeting highlights, an awards update, and an overview of the young neurosurgeons committee reception.
Read a recently published article, written by Dr. Maryam Rahman, on immunotherapy: what neurosurgeons need to know.
The Neurosurgical Atlas documents and shares innovative neurosurgical techniques that improve patient safety and surgical outcome.
During the CNS Annual Meeting, the Tumor Section will have a satellite symposium on Friday, October 5-6, 2018, titled CNS Tumors: Innovative Technology that Advances Patient Care. Nursing continuing education credit is available with participation.
Join the AANS/CNS Joint Tumor Section for their 2018 Tumor Satellite Symposium, CNS Tumors: Innovative Technology that Advances Patient Care, held in conjunction with the CNS Annual Meeting on October 5-6, ...Learn More Today
The 2018 CNS Annual Meeting. Held in Houston, Texas from October 6-10, 2018. For more information, visit cns.org. The 2018 CNS Annual Meeting breaks boundaries in delivering scientific discovery, interactive ...Learn More Today
An update from the international committee on various events and meetings held throughout the world.
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.
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.
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