SNO Maximal Safe Brain Tumor Resection: Intraoperative Visualization and the Connectome Conference
December 6-7, 2021
A Virtual Conference
Now Accepting Abstract Submission
Abstract Deadline: Friday, July 2, 2021, 11:59 pm EST
Who Should Attend
A new SNO Virtual Conference will take place December 6 - 7, focusing on intraoperative visualization of brain tumors and the connectome. Better visualization of brain tumors in addition to an understanding of connectomics and white matter pathways can permit maximal, safe resection of brain tumors. Maximal safe resection of brain tumors can lead to better patient outcomes. This Conference will include experts from both the US and Europe providing the current state of intraoperative visualization of brain tumors by fluorescence-guided surgery (FGS) for adult and pediatric brain tumors and new technologies which permit better tumor visualization in the OR. The Conference will also focus on connectomics and white matter pathways -- keys to neurosurgical planning, glioma invasion, neuroplasticity, and functional outcomes. Luminaries in the field will cover topics such as oncofunctional optimization, current brain mapping techniques, review of key functional pathways such as the frontal aslant tract that underlie syndromes such as SMA, and potential for recovery using techniques such as TMS.
Neurosurgeons, Neuro-oncologists, Neuro-radiologists, Neuro-pathologists, Radiation Oncologists, Researchers, Residents, Fellows, Post-Doctoral Student, Graduate Students, Medical Students, Undergraduate Students
- Receive introduction to FGS of brain tumors
- Discuss different fluorophores used for FGS of both adult and pediatric brain tumors
- Discuss visualization devices/technologies used for FGS
- Introduction of connectomics to neurosurgical planning, glioma invasion, neuroplasticity and functional outcomes
- Learn the key neural networks that determine neurological function as affected by brain tumors
- Review the modern techniques of brain mapping, and understand how AI and precision medicine converge in the management of gliomas
The organizers of the Conference welcome the submission of original research and clinical findings addressing brain tumor resection and connectomics. All submissions will be peer-reviewed, and accepted abstracts will be presented as oral talks or electronic posters. Accepted abstracts will be published and indexed in SNO’s official journal, Neuro-Oncology
. Abstract submission categories are listed below:
- Brain Mapping
- Fluorescence-guided Surgery
- Intraoperative Tumor Diagnosis
- Intraoperative Tumor Visualization Technologies
- Tractography/White Matter Pathways
To submit an abstract, click here
Abstracts must be received by the submission deadline of Friday, July 2, 2021, 11:59pm EST.
Registration for this virtual conference will open soon.
Scientific Program Co-Chairs
Steven Brem, MD
University of Pennsylvania
Constantinos (Costas) G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD
Mount Sinai Health System
This conference presents an unique opportunity to promote your organization to this highly specialized group of interdisciplinary professionals. SNO is pleased to offer a variety of support opportunities with a range of price points to fit most any budget. For more information, please contact Megan Bell-Johnston.