All our Docs are back from the 79th annual meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), held in Colorado earlier this week.
Dr. Guy McKhann from the Brain Tumor Center, Epilepsy Center and Movement Disorders Center tells us, “The AANS meeting this year was one of the more enjoyable and educational neurosurgical national meetings that I can recall. There were many interesting presentations, and open discussion of controversial topics.
I have organized and directed or co-directed the Brain Mapping/Awake Mapping Techniques Course for the last 5 years. It is always a great opportunity to teach residents and interested attending neurosurgeons, as well as to catch up on novel techniques with friends and colleagues from around the country and world.
I look particularly forward to next year’s meeting, at which our Columbia colleague and friend, Paul C. McCormick, will be the AANS President.”
Dr. McKhann was active in other sessions at this year’s meeting as well. He was Moderator at a Breakfast Seminar on Contemporary Management for Adult Hydrocephalus, and Discussant at a Plenary Session on the Final Results of the SVASONA Study in Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.
Welcome back Everyone!
Stay tuned for more information on what our other docs did at the meeting.
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