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    SATURDAY, March 26

    7 a.m.

    “Neurosurgery: Medical Education”slaven

    Slaven  Gojkovic MS 3

    LinkedIN

    Slaven is a rising superstar in the Neurosurgery field, yet a medical student.  A Third Year Med Student, and University of Croatia in Zagreb, he is well-read in the science of Neurosurgery, and does Neurosurgical case presentaions for his fellow students.  He will talk about the field of Medical Education in the field of Neurosurgery.

    8 a.m. 

    “Choroid Plexus Tumors”

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    Ahmed Al Jishi MD

    LinkedIN

    Ahmed is a Neurosurgeon from Montreal, who went to McGill, and did  fellowships in Spine, and Pediatric Neurosurgery

     

    9 a.m. 

    “Brain Tumor Support System”

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    Joni  Aldritch

    LinkedIN

    Joni is a Pulitzer-Prize Nominated writer in the field of Brain Tumor Cancer Support.  She has Popular Podcast and Radio shows, and is a frequent speaker and well-known Radio show host.

    10 a.m. 

    “Dermoid Epidermoid Tumors”

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    Dan Ochieng MD

    Linked In

    Dan is a Capetown, South African Neurosurgeon, at University of Capetown, did a 3 month fellowship at Boston Childrens Neurosurgery; even changed call nights to give this talk!

    See “Case Presentations Webinar” Dan did at www.Neurosurgical.TV HERE

    11 am

    “Pituitary Tumors: Surgical Indications”

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    Carlos Llumiguano MD, Phd

    Linked In

    Carlos is another pillar of the Neurosurgical.TV community.  He has done numerous presentations, also for the Spanish Neurosurgery community at www.Neurocirugia.TV, as well as 
    Neurosurgical.TV

    Assoc. Prof. Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Carlos studied in University of Pécs, Hungary. Worked in department of neurosurgery – University of Pecs, Hungary and HGUCR in Ciudad Real Spain. Currently he works in Hospital Vozandes Quito, Ecuador and Hospital Quirónsalud Ciudad Real, Spain.

    12 pm

    “Why Medshr Can Help you in Neurosurgery”

    sophie

    Sophie-Newman Sanders CEO

    www.Medshr.com

    LinkedIn

    Sophie is not only the founder of www.Synnapps.com, but the CEO of a relatively new Medical Education platform, www.Medshr.com.  In this sure-to- succeed platform, medical cases can

    be discussed amongst your peers and medical images examined and crowdsourced, and are a sure bet to increase learning in Neurosurgery, where real cases can be presented, and studied.

    1 pm

    “Cureus and its role in the treatment of brain tumors in an era of personalized medicine”

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    John Adler MD

    John, Chairman of Stanford Neurosurgery, is a true innovator; inventor of the Cyberknife, accomplished Neurosurgeon, and co-creator of Cureus.com, an innovative online medical publishing company.  See a Hangout John did for Neurosurgical.TV to talk about Cureus HERE

    2 P.M.

    “Saphenous Vein Graft in Treatment for Cererbral Artery Occlusive Disease”

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    Peter Galkin MD

    Linked In

    Peter is a Moscow, Russia Neurosurgeon who specializes in Vascular Neurosurgery.  He is fresh from a vacation from his Dacha on the Black Sea!  Peter did a great presention for Neurosurgical.TV HERE, for a case presentation of Emergency treatment of an embolic stroke, possibly one of the best shows we have had!

    3 p.m.

    “Neurosurgery and Microsurgery”

     

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    Victor Volovici MD PhD Candidate

    Victor is a well-known Neurosurgery educator, and advocate of Microsurgery, and Supermicrosurgery.  He works at Erasmus MC, Rotterdam · Department of Neurosurgery, and has quite an array of Microsurgery Teaching Videos

     

    4 pm

    “Intracranial Meningiomas”

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    Bernardo de Andrada MD

    Linked In

    Bernardo is a pillar of the Neurosurgical.TV community, and has done numerous presentations, and lectures.   He is a practicing Neurosurgeon in beautiful Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  Carneval, according to Bernardo, is NOT his favorite time of the year for him, since it brings a spike of trauma to samba-land!

     

    5 pm

    “Awake Craniotomy Tumors”

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    Carlos Llumiguano MD, Phd

    Linked In

    Carlos is another pillar of the Neurosurgical.TV community.  He has done numerous presentations, also for the Spanish Neurosurgery community at www.Neurocirugia.TV, as well as 
    Neurosurgical.TV

    Assoc. Prof. Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Carlos studied in University of Pécs, Hungary. Worked in department of neurosurgery – University of Pecs, Hungary and HGUCR in Ciudad Real Spain. Currently he works in Hospital Vozandes Quito, Ecuador and Hospital Quirónsalud Ciudad Real, Spain.

    6 PM

    “Diving in the Rhoton Collection”

    AMMAR

    Ammar Hadi MD

    Linked In

    Ammar is a recently soon-to-be pillar of the Neurosurgical.TV community.  He is a practicing Neurosurgeon, in a very busy metropolitan community in Iraq.  He has much experience from the frequent warring in his country, and is willing to share his experiences with Brain Trauma with the global neurosurgical community.

     

    7 pm

    “Cerebral Metastases: Paradigms and Prejudices”

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    Kristine Ravina MD

    Linked In

    Kristene works at the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University, and, in her words, “… I have grown increasingly committed to expand my knowledge and abilities in the field of Neuroscientific research…”

     

    9 p.m.

    “Biotechnology and Neuro-Oncology”

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    Andres Alvarez Pinzon MD

    Andres has done other shows with us, for the channel   www.Neurosurgical.TV, as well as www.Neurocirugia.TV.   He is a Post Doctoral Fellow in Neuro-Oncology. Miami Neuroscience Center, Candidate Master In Science in Biotech Neuro-Oncology. Johns Hopkins University and is a Candidate PhD translational Health Science and Neuroscieneces. George Washington University

     

     

    10 pm

    “Embolization of Intracranial Tumors”

    Luis

    Luis Ordonez Solario MD

    Luis is a regular to Hangouts; he is a Neurosurgery Resident in Mexico City, Mexico, and is, strangely enough for a Neurosurgeon, an active Triathlete.

    SUNDAY

    7 a.m.

    ‘Anti-Epileptics in Brain Tumors”

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    Rich Rasschaert MD

    Linked In

    Ric a  is Spine Surgeon, practicing in the Antwerp area of Belguim, and reportedly does some work in Uganda, Africa

    8 a.m.

    “Monitoring in Glioma Surgery”

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    Roberto Herrera MD

    Linked In

    Roberto is an Argentinean Neurosurgeon, who works at the Clinica Adventista Belgrano, in Buenas Aires, Argentina.  He has a great Facebook page, and is a true international neurosurgeon, and is very active on the Conference circuit of Neurosurgery

    9 a.m.

    “Common Brain Tumors and Their Treatment”

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    Suryapratrap Singh Tomar MD

    LINKED IN

    Surya is a leader in education in Neurosurgery in India, and is an advocate of using Digital methods to increase the quality of  healthcare in India.  He is the best Social Media presence that we have seen there in Neurosurgery in India; he volunteered to go to Nepal last year, after that devastating eartthquake there.

     

    “The Chiari Malformation”

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    John Oró MD

    LINKED IN

    John is a Neurosurgeon based in Aurora, Colorado.  Dr. Oró is a nationally recognized leader in the Chiari I malformation and syringomyelia.  Through ChiariMedicine.com and network development, Dr. Oró is currently working to improve the quality of care of patients with the Chiari I malformation and syringomyelia world-wide.

    12:00 p.m.

    “Urgent Brain Tumor Surgery”

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    Samer Hoz MD

    Facebook

    Samer Hoz MD, is a 6th year resident in neurosurgery teaching hospital ” in BAGHDAD.IRAQ.   See the great hangout Samer did about “Missile Injuries of the Brain: Iraq: 2004-2008” a few weeks back HERE

     

    1 pm

    ‘Brain Tumor Stem Cells and the Future of Neuro-Oncology Innovation”

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    Ayden Jacob MSc

    Linked In

    Ayden is an early adapter of Hangouts in Medical education, and has many in the field of Nanomedicine, and Radiology.  He is Medical Engineer & Clinical Innovater, as well as Healthcare Analyst and Medical Technologist.  He is the Editor in Chief of “Journal of Nuclear Medicine, and Radiation Therapy”.  See Ayden’s website at “The Future of Medicine Through Bioengineering

    2 pm

    “Craniopharynigomas”

    Jose Luis Vega Celiz MD

    Jose is an ENT doc from Barcelona

    3 p.m.

    “The Far Lateral Approach”slaven

    Slaven  Gojkovic MS 3

    LinkedIN

    Slaven is a rising superstar in the Neurosurgery field, yet a medical student.  A Third Year Med Student, and University of Croatia in Zagreb, he is well-read in the science of Neurosurgery, and does Neurosurgical case presentaions for his fellow students.  He will talk about the field of Medical Education in the field of Neurosurgery.

     

    5 p.m.

    “Brain Tumor Support System”

    joni

    Joni  Aldritch

    LinkedIN

    Joni is a Pulitzer-Prize Nominated writer in the field of Brain Tumor Cancer Support.  She has Popular Podcast and Radio shows, and is a frequent speaker and well-known Radio show host.

    6 pm-8 pm

    “Neuro-Oncology Today”

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    Erin Dunbar MD

    LinkedIn

    Erin is an accomplished Neuro-Oncologist, affilated wtih the highly regarded Anderson Cancer Institute of Houston.  She practices in Atlanta.  “Providing a robust portfolio of promising clinical trials and novel therapies to serve the needs of her patients across their lifetime is Dr. Dunbar’s passion”

    9 p.m.

    “Brain Tumors in the New Era: The Viability of Gamma Knife Radiosurgery by Clinical Research Perspectives”

    andres

    Andres Alvarez Pinzon MD

    Andres has done other shows with us, for the channel   www.Neurosurgical.TV, as well as www.Neurocirugia.TV.   He is a Post Doctoral Fellow in Neuro-Oncology. Miami Neuroscience Center, Candidate Master In Science in Biotech Neuro-Oncology. Johns Hopkins University and is a Candidate PhD translational Health Science and Neuroscieneces. George Washington University

    10 p.m.

    “Hinge Craniotomy”

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    Kathryn Ko MD

    Linked In

    Kathryn is a practicing Neurosurgeon in New York City, and is a talented multi-media artist.  She has her own Internet TV Show, www.ArtOnCall.TV, where she interviews other

    healthcare professionals with artistic talents.

     

     

     

     

     
     

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