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The Journal of Neuro-Oncology, sponsored by the Tumor Section for the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, and 8 other prestigious medical societies, has formally launched a new, innovative webinar series aimed at highlighting novel, potentially impactful studies involving brain tumors.
The meeting has been postponed until Fall 2021 in order to protect the health and safety of our members and the patients they serve. Further details will follow about the rescheduled meeting.
Virtual learning has become a staple for practitioners in all areas of the medical community. Check out four new webinars featuring learning objectives and questions to satisfy CME requirements.
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.
The University of Miami has launched an International Neurooncology Scholars Program (INOSP), allowing trainees to rotate with internationally renowned tumor experts in other countries in order to increase their experience. The goal is to enhance education and facilitate multi-institutional collaboration. Congratulations to the inaugural recipient of INOSP, Dr. Daniel Eichberg.
Alexis Morell, the first awardee of the International Observership Program, shares his productive experience in the Brain Tumor Program of the University of Miami. The AANS/CNS Tumor Section is honored to sponsor this program.
The 2021 Intracranial Glioma Workshop: From A to Z will be held June 12 through June 15, 2021 in Athens, Greece. The course is aiming at covering all aspects of …Learn More Today
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.
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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