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2016 Neuro-Oncology Review Course

 

The Society for Neuro-Oncology is pleased to announce a full-day Neuro-Oncology Review Course as part of its educational programs for 2016.  The course will take place on November 16, 2016, from 7:15am - 6:00pm at the Scottsdale Fairmont Princess Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona, immediately preceding the SNO Annual Scientific Meeting and Education Day.

Building on the success of the 2015 program, this year the organizers will host a full-day of fast paced, high quality education and CME credits for all participants. The faculty of the course, selected from top neuro-oncology programs, will offer a comprehensive overview of clinical neuro-oncology. In addition to the course syllabus, participants will receive a set of multiple-choice questions that allow for consolidation of the acquired material and help them prepare for the specialty boards.

 
TARGET AUDIENCE: Practicing physicians, residents and fellows, medical students, nurse practitioners, nurses, and all those interested in reviewing and enhancing their knowledge in the principles of clinical neuro-oncology.

 

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM AND SPEAKERS:

  • Primary brain tumors – pathology, grading and prognosis – new WHO classification, Dr. Peter Canoll, Columbia University
  • Neurosurgical management of brain tumors, Dr. Michael Lim, Johns Hopkins - NEW THIS YEAR
  • Medical complications in neuro-oncology patients, Dr. Katy Peters, Duke University
  • Management of primary CNS tumors - PART I – gliomas, Dr. Erin Dunbar, Piedmont Cancer Center
  • Principles of radiotherapy in neuro-oncology and its side effects, Dr. Helen Shih, MGH, Harvard University
  • Management of primary brain tumors - PART II – non-glial tumors, Dr. Rimas Lukas, University of Chicago
  • Metastatic disease in the nervous system, Dr. Maciej Mrugala, University of Washington
  • Chemotherapy in neuro-oncology: principles and practice, Dr. David Peereboom, Cleveland Clinic
  • Neuro-radiology pearls for the neuro-oncologist, Dr. James Fink, University of Washington - NEW THIS YEAR
  • Pediatric neuro-oncology highlights, Dr. Sonia Partap, Stanford University
  • Palliative care for a neuro-oncologist, Dr. Lynne Taylor, Virginia Mason Medical Center
  • Non-metastatic neurologic complications of cancer, Dr. Lisa Rogers, Case Medical Center

   

REGISTRATION:

To register for the review course and/or the SNO Scientific Meeting, click here.