Dr. Sean Lavine from our Cerebrovascular and Endovascular Centers was in Memphis earlier this month doing what he loves: teaching. He was an instructor at the 2nd offering of the Endovascular Course for Fellows at the Medical Education and Research Institute (MERI) Lab in Memphis, Tennessee.
The course was a combined effort of the Joint Cerebrovascular Section of the AANS/CNS (for which Dr. Lavine is Secretary), the Society of Neurointerventional Surgery (SNIS), and the Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN). Dr. Lavine was one of two neuro-endovascular experts chosen to represent neurosurgery in a two and a half day intensive didactic and “hands-on” course. About 40 senior fellows, who will soon be embarking in careers in Neuroendovascular Surgery and Interventional Neuroradiology, attended the program.
“The MERI Institute in Memphis is a world class facility allowing for the most intensive interactive teaching I have ever been fortunate enough to experience,” said Dr. Lavine. “I was honored to be chosen as an instructor, and it was tremendously satisfying to share my experience and knowledge with such an incredibly gifted group of students and fellow faculty.”
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