The course is aiming at covering all aspects of gliomas, from their genetic analysis and profiling to the most advanced surgical resective techniques and the long-term follow-up and support of these patients. An astonishing multi-national faculty, including leading figures in the field of neuro-oncology constitutes a guarantee that the participants will be able to familiarize themselves with all advanced imaging and surgical techniques, utilized for the most efficient and the safest management of patients with intracranial gliomas. A well-balanced combination of vivid presentations, stimulating debates, highly-didactic video sessions, and practical hands-on will ensure that each participant will be exposed to all diagnostic methodologies, to the most updated surgical strategies and to the most recent adjuvant treatment protocols. Moreover, the interactive e-poster session will serve as a forum for exchanging bright new ideas regarding basic science, translational, and clinical glioma research.This is the third installment of this comprehensive practical workshop of diagnosing and managing patients with intracranial gliomas. The two previous courses took place in the springs of 2017 and 2019 and were concluded with great success. Participants and faculty from every corner of the world, sharing a common interest in neuro-oncology and management of gliomas met and discussed all recent advances in this highly challenging field.Click HERE for more information.
Dear Colleagues!Our department looks forward to a historical 2023. After challenging years of renovation, reconstruction and the COVID-19 pandemic, our team is excited about the opening of a new surgical wing including a novel, state-of-the-art angio-suite. For our hybrid cerebrovascular team, there is even more reason to celebrate: this year marks the 30th anniversary of our ‘European Workshops ofon Basic Techniques of Microsurgery and Cerebral Revascularization’, one of the longest-running bypass courses in Europe, founded by Professor Koos and Professor Ferraz-Leite.Therefore, we are organizing a symposium on ‘Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery and Interventions’ on Friday and Saturday, May 26th and 27th 2023. We were able to gain world-renown cerebrovascular experts (neurosurgeons, radiologists, neurologists) from Japan, the United States and Europe as speakers on these major topics: revascularization, multimodal treatment of complex intracranial aneurysms and AVMs.The second day will focus on the education, simulation and application of emerging technologies (robotics) in the field of cerebrovascular surgery and intervention.Click HERE for more information and to register for this course.Special discount on registration for EANS Individual Members.
The Hellenic Neurosurgical Society has the pleasure to announce the third microscopic and endoscopic skull base course and welcome you in Greece.This course is designed for senior residents in Neurosurgery or early-career neurosurgeons with interest in skull base surgery.This 3-day intensive course will include a combination of lectures and cadaver dissections designed to cover the basic surgical approaches and anatomy required for every skull base neurosurgeon. Faculty will include senior neurosurgeons and ENT surgeons who will demonstrate surgical skull base approaches as well as endonasal – sellar anatomy and surgical options.Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to discuss indications for surgical treatment of lesions of the cranial skull base, to describe the standard skull base approaches, to perform microscopic as well as endoscopic endonasal skull base approaches to anterior middle and posterior cranial fossa.Click HERE for more information and to register!There is a 14% discount on registrations for EANS Members!
The course aims to provide the anatomical and clinical tools to the neurosurgeons who deal with highly complex vascular pathology.Each participant will be guided through a step-by-step path in understanding the most difficult pathologies.The theoretical analysis will be followed by an intensive practice on human anatomical specimen.The main goal of this course is to give a quick but efficient method to easily switch from theory to practice.Click HERE for more information.The scientific and educational content of this event has been endorsed by the EANS.
This course aims to allow young neurosurgeons to achieve basic technical and theoretical skills in endovascular treatment, to improve their understanding of endovascular procedures possible advantages and pitfalls.The international faculty consists of dual-trained neurosurgeons as well as neurointerventional specialists.More information will be available soon.Click HERE to pre-register!
We are glad to announce that the 2023 EANS Research Course and Young Neurosurgeon's Meeting will take place this year in Madrid from 8-9 June!On this occasion, the second edition of the Students' Course will be organised as a pre-meeting course on 8 June. Abstract submissions will open soon!The 2023 EANS Research Course will also take place on 8 June. The programme will be soon available.New this year! YOUNG NEUROSURGEONS PRE-MEETING SKILLS AND TRAINING COURSES (Not part of the YNM scientific programme)This year delegates will also have the unique opportunity to attend Skills and Training Courses on 9 June before the start of the YNM scientific programme.Click HERE for all detailed information.
This two-day course is intended to be the basis for all young neurosurgeons who are interested in developing surgical skills and techniques necessary for operating with confidence and improving patient care in degenerative spine surgery.More information will be available soon.Click HERE to pre-register!
With three courses that will be held annually starting in 2023, we will establish a new platform for young neurosurgeons in training and young attendings in order to expose them early to the concepts of minimally invasive neurosurgery. The series consists of 3 hands-on dissection courses of which the first one focuses on approaches and procedures to the lumbar spine the second on the cervical spine and the third on the brain and skull base. The emphasis will be set on essential neurosurgical anatomy and the planning of minimally invasive approaches compared to the standard approaches. The training will include lectures, virtual reality training, hands-on training on models and dissection training on cadavers.There will be a maximum of 4 participants per cadaver and each table and station will have an instructor available. X-ray aprons, gloves and surgical gowns will be provided by the lab.Click HERE for more information!10% Discount for one course and 20% with two or more courses for EANS Individual Members!