025 Introduction to Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery for Residents

Supported by Cerenovus, Medtronic, MicroVention, and Penumbra

Sunday, April 14
7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Location: 20BC; SDCC

Candidate and Medical Student Fee: $130

Director(s): Mandy Jo Binning, MD, FAANS

Faculty: Adam S. Arthur, MD, MPH, FAANS; Geoffrey P. Colby, MD, PhD, FAANS; Jason Michael Davies, MD; Amir R. Dehdashti, MD, IFAANS; Daniel R. Felbaum, MD; Justin F. Fraser, MD, FAANS; Christoph Johannes Griessenauer, MD; Bradley Gross, MD; Daniel A. Hoit, MD, FAANS; Jay U. Howington, MD, FAANS; Jeremiah Nicholas Johnson, MD; Peter Kan, MD, FAANS; J Mocco, MD, FAANS; Christopher S. Ogilvy, MD, FAANS; Paritosh Pandey, MD (India); Robert E. Replogle, MD, FAANS; Dimitri G. Sigounas, MD; Raymond Dwight Turner IV, MD, FAANS; Erol Veznedaroglu, MD, FAANS; Brian P. Walcott, MD; Stacey C. Wolfe, MD, FAANS

Non-CME Event.

This comprehensive course is designed to provide neurosurgery residents unsure about their interest in endovascular neurosurgery an opportunity to use hands-on simulators and models to better understand the technical aspects of endovascular neurosurgery under close instruction in basic and advanced endovascular techniques. This experience will also facilitate a high degree of mentorship with acknowledged leaders in the field.

Learning Objectives: After completing this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the components of a dual-trained endovascular neurosurgeon’s practice.
  • Distinguish the basic skill set in regards to CV anatomy and catheter manipulation on simulator and flow model training.
  • Examine how dual-trained neurosurgeons use their open and endovascular skill sets to evaluate and treat CV disease.