October means that Fall is in the air… and that the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) has once again held its annual meeting.
The CNS calls itself the global leader in neurosurgical education, and for good reason. Its annual conference is one of the main places that doctors from around the world meet up in order to “give back” to the field of neurosurgery by sharing what they have learned with their colleagues from across the globe.
This year, the meeting was held in Boston, MA, from October 18-22. As usual, it was packed with classes, lectures, presentations and traditions (…read a bit about CU neurosurgeon–and past CNS president–Dr. Quest’s annual trombone performance here).
When not enjoying Dr. Quest’s trombone, the doctors were busy collaborating with neurosurgeons from near and far, sharing knowledge in order to improve patient care everywhere. The department had a strong showing of attendees and presenters this year.
Dr. Peter D. Angevine of the Spine Center
Dr. E. Sander Connolly of the Cerebrovascular Center and the Gamma Knife Center
Dr. Michael G. Kaiser of the Spine Center
Dr. Sean Lavine of the Cerebrovascular Center and the Endovascular Center
Dr. Guy M. McKhann of the Brain Tumor Center and Epilepsy Center
Dr. Alfred T. Ogden of the Spine Center
Dr. Marc L. Otten of the Brain Tumor Center, and one of our Westchester Affiliates
Dr. Sameer A. Sheth of the Epilepsy Center and Gamma Knife Center
Dr. Michael B. Sisti of the Brain Tumor Center and Gamma Knife Center
Dr. Christopher J. Winfree of the Gamma Knife Center and Peripheral Nerve Center
Deborah L. Benzil, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.N.S. one of our Westchester Affiliates
Dr. W Christopher Fox from our Ridgewood, New Jersey office
Stay tuned to learn about the doctors’ activities leading forums, delivering presentations, or teaching classes on topics like epilepsy, elderly patients, or the latest research about how the brain makes decisions.
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