Multi-Disciplinary Organization Dedicated to Promoting Advances in
Neuro-Oncology Through Research and Education

Best-of-Day Video Highlights

Highlights from the recent SNO Meeting and a complete list of abstracts

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Call for Abstracts - SNO Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Basic and Translational Research Conference

Submission Deadline - Friday, January 20, 2017

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Career Lounge at SNO

Thank you to all employers and applicants

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February
19

CNIO Frontiers Meeting - Primary and Secondary Brain Tumors

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February
24

10th Annual International Symposium on Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy and Stereotactic Radiosurgery

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March
02

Twenty-Third Annual Blood-Brain Barrier Consortium Meeting

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West Virginia University Neuro-Oncology Program

The adult Neuro-oncology program at West Virginia University offers state of the art care for patients with primary and secondary tumors of the brain and spine, neurological complications of cancer and paraneoplastic syndromes. A team of professionals from the fields of neurosurgery, neuropsychology, neuro-oncology, rehabilitation medicine, radiosurgery (Gamma Knife), radiation-oncology, neuropathology and neuroradiology offer expeditious evaluations and effective treatments.

The program holds a weekly multidisciplinary brain tumor board meeting to discuss diagnostic and therapeutic options that include standard or experimental approaches.

The goal of the neuro-oncology program is to offer the patient compassionate and effective treatments to increase survival which are always thought in the context of safe guarding and prioritizing the quality of life and functional capabilities of the patient as well the dignity of the patient and family.

 


 

Robert C. Bryd Health Sciences Center
Morgantown WV 26506-9180
USA
(304) 293-2341
(304) 293-3352 fax.