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Columbia Neurosurgery Well Represented at Annual Neurosurgical Meeting on Education

SNS2014MeetingProgramAs Chairman of one of the first and most distinguished institutions dedicated to the education of neurosurgeons, Dr. Robert Solomon is naturally active in the oldest and most venerated society dedicated to the same, The Society of Neurological Surgeons (SNS).

He and two of his colleagues at the Department of Neurosurgery at Columbia University Medical Center attended the 105th annual meeting of the SNS at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota this month. The theme of the meeting’s scientific program was Preparing For The Future. 

The Society of Neurological Surgeons (the “Senior Society”) is the American society of leaders in neurosurgical residency education, and is the oldest neurosurgical society in the world. Academic department chairman, residency program directors, and other key individuals comprise the active membership of the Society.– SNS website.

Dr. Solomon chairs several committees within the group and he has been a Member-at-Large since 2011. He was joined at the meeting by Dr. Donald Quest and Dr. Paul McCormick from the Spine Center.

Dr. Quest has been the SNS Historian since 2013 and he gave a Historical Vignette on the Neurosurgical Heritage of the Mayo Clinic where this year’s meeting was held. Dr. McCormick spoke about Faculty Career Development: Outcomes and Quality.

Columbia Neurosurgery Chair, Dr. Robert Solomon
Columbia Neurosurgery Chair, Dr. Robert Solomon

Learn more about Dr. Robert Solomon on his bio page here.
Learn more about Dr. Donald Quest on his bio page here.
Learn more about Dr. Paul McCormick on his bio page here.

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