The talk, titled Neurosurgery 101, was designed to give prospective medical students in insider’s look at a week in the life of a Neurosurgeon. Dr. D’Ambrosio took the students through brain surgery, an emergency brain hemorrhage, and a day in the office.
He described the anatomy, physiology, and treatment philosophy behind brain tumor surgery, hydrocephalus, and cerebral aneurysms. The students asked thoughtful questions about applying to medical school, neurosurgical residency training, and the future of healthcare in America.
Dr. D’Ambrosio is often asked to speak at The Valley Hospital, where he is Director of Neurosurgery, Director of the Neuro-Oncology Disease Management Team, and Co-Director of the Gamma Knife Center. See more about his talks here.
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