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.
The Fall 2017 newsletter is now available. This issue features a medical neuro-oncology report, 2016 CNS awardees and an update from the clinical trials committee.
We have lost a giant in our field. As you may have heard, Dr. Wilson passed away at the age of 88. The Tumor Section has long honored his contributions with a coveted award bearing his name, given to luminaries in neurosurgical oncology, and he will be greatly missed. Additional details regarding remembrances of Dr. Wilson's phenomenal career at our upcoming AANS meeting in New Orleans will be forthcoming from our colleagues at UCSF. Please see the link below to a recent article in the New York Times highlighting Dr. Wilson's life.
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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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