Co-directed by three area Neurosurgical Training Programs: Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, and the Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania, this year’s symposium will be devoted to the following theme: the future of neurosurgery.
Keynote addresses by Smith Johnston, III, MD, MS and Ali R. Rezai, MD will focus on the latest innovations in space medicine as it relates to human health, performance, & longevity and brain-machine interface and restoring cortical control, respectively.
Case-based panel discussions will carry forward the theme and explore the future challenges of functional neurosurgery, spine surgery, neuro-oncology, and neurosurgery resident training.
Additionally, a resident research competition will provide an analytical review of current research endeavors.
This course is designed for all specialists working in neurosurgery: practicing physicians, nurses, fellows and residents.