001 Introduction to Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery for Residents

Saturday, April 25
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: 105; BCEC

Candidate and Medical Student Fee: $130

Director(s): Christopher P. Kellner, MD; Justin Robert Mascitelli, MD

Faculty: Geoffrey P. Colby, MD, PhD, FAANS; Jason Michael Davies, MD; Justin F. Fraser, MD, FAANS; Christoph Johannes Griessenauer, MD, FAANS ; Bradley Gross, MD; Daniel A. Hoit, MD, FAANS; Brian Thomas Jankowitz, MD, FAANS; Jeremiah Nicholas Johnson, MD, FAANS ; Peter Kan, MD, FAANS; Joshua William Osbun, MD, FAANS ; Aditya S. Pandey, MD, FAANS; Eric Cecala Peterson, MD, FAANS; Robert E. Replogle, MD, FAANS; Dimitri G. Sigounas, MD; Robert M. Starke, MD, FAANS ; Raymond Dwight Turner IV, MD, FAANS; 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 facilitates valuable interaction 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 skills to evaluate and treat CV disease.