Today: New Generation Neuroendoscopy Clinical Observer Course

New Generation Neuroendoscopy Clinical Observer Course

February 10, 2016 — February 11, 2016

Zurich, Switzerland

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The Karl Storz ENDOMIN Fellowship is directed to enthusiastic trainees in their last year of or shortly after residency who want to acquire sustained knowledge and skills in endoscopic and minimal invasive Neurosurgery.

The fellowship is designed for a period of 6 to 12 months, dependent of the skills of the fellow, and is located in part at the ENDOMIN Center in Stuttgart (Prof. Dr. med. Nikolai Hopf) as well as in Zurich (Prof. Dr. med. Robert Reisch). An additional rotation through the neuroanatomical laboratory at the Semmelweis University in Budapest/Hungary for a scientific project can be offered.

The fellow will be involved in the work up, operations and follow-up of all cases in the particular center, requiring profound clinical experience. Extraordinary knowledge or skills in endoscopic and minimal invasive Neurosurgery or profound knowledge of the German language are not required. However, if the applicant is not able to speak German, exposure to patients will be limited.

The Karl Storz ENDOMIN Fellowship provides 2.500,- € per months for the fellow including housing and food.

If you are interested in applying for a position in the Karl Storz ENDOMIN Fellowship , please send us an email including the following materials:

– A detailed CV
– A letter of motivation
– A letter of recommendation
– The time period you would like to apply for

ERA-NET NEURON: EUROPEAN RESEARCH PROJECTS ON EXTERNAL INSULTS TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM (ISCIII- MINECO) 2016

Convocatoria para la subvención de proyectos de investigación transnacionales sobre External Insults to the Nervous System, en el marco de la red europea de investigación ERA-NET Cofund NEURON.

Los proyectos deberán cubrir, al menos, una de las siguientes áreas:

  • Fundamental research investigating consequences of external insults to the central nervous system on a biological and functional level.
  • Clinical research, including the exploitation of novel and/or existing clinical data sets, to de-velop new strategies for diagnosis, therapy, and technology-driven neurorehabilitation (e.g. brain computer interfaces, EEG and neuroimaging approaches) for diseases after external insults to the central nervous system.

Los solicitantes pueden pertenecer al sector académico (universidades, institutos de investigación…), clínico (hospitales, centros de atención primaria, CIBER/CIBERNED…) o empresarial. Para la participación española dependiendo del tipo de entidad deberá realizarse la solicitud a través del: Instituto de Salud Carlos III o Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad.

Dotación económica: Depende del rol en el consorcio y de la entidad mediante la cual se realice la solicitud. Entre 100.000 y 200.000€

Presentación de solicitudes: Hasta el 14 de marzo de 2016 a las 14:00h

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World Neurosurgery: February 2016

Cisternostomy for traumatic brain injury: pathophysiological mechanisms and surgical technical notes

Intraoperative Multi-information-guided Resection of Dominant-sided InsularGliomas in a 3T intraoperative MRI Integrated Neurosurgical Suite

Primary Intraventricular Leiomyoma in an Immunocompetent Patient: First Case Report and Review of the Literature

Spinal cervical meningiomas: a real challenge for ventral location

Steroids and Spinal Cord Injury – a Global Dilemma

The Current Use of Social Media in Neurosurgery

The Important Liaison between the Onuf’s Nucleus-Pudental Nerve Ganglia Complex Degeneration and Urinary Retention in Spinal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Journal of Neurosurgery Pediatrics: February 2016

The natural history of cerebral cavernous malformations in children

Determination of sinus pericranii resectability by external compression during angiography: technical note

Postoperative imaging for detection of recurrent arteriovenous malformations in children

Endoscopic transnasal external fistulation in recurrent cystic subdiaphragmatic craniopharyngioma: a novel technique

Intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring during endoscopic endonasal surgery for pediatric skull base tumors

Reevaluating the weekend effect on patients with hydrocephalus undergoing operative shunt intervention

Endoscopic third ventriculostomy and choroid plexus cauterization with a rigid neuroendoscope in infants with hydrocephalus

Improvement of syrinx resolution after tonsillar cautery in pediatric patients with Chiari Type I malformation

Acute spinal cord injury associated with multilevel pediatric idiopathic intervertebral disc calcification: case report

Allograft versus autograft for pediatric posterior cervical and occipito-cervical fusion: a systematic review of factors affecting fusion rates

Young adults with spina bifida transitioned to a medical home: a survey of medical care in Jacksonville, Florida

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Practice type effects on head impact in collegiate football

Assessment of image-derived risk factors for natural course of unruptured cerebral aneurysms

Reconsidering the logic of World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies grading in patients with severe subarachnoid hemorrhage

Optical coherence tomography of traumatic aneurysms of the internal carotid artery: report of 2 cases

Postoperative subdural hygroma and chronic subdural hematoma after unruptured aneurysm surgery: age, sex, and aneurysm location as independent risk factors

A Phase I proof-of-concept and safety trial of sildenafil to treat cerebral vasospasm following subarachnoid hemorrhage

Angiographic findings of in-stent intimal hyperplasia after stent-assisted coil embolization: are they permanent findings?

Validation of a noninvasive test routinely used in otology for the diagnosis of cerebrospinal fluid shunt malfunction in patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus

Default mode network connectivity in patients with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus

A double-blind randomized trial on the clinical effect of different shunt valve settings in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus

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