Saving the Brain
7th Annual Neuroscience Symposium
October 11, 2014
Register online beginning July 1.
Sponsored by the Santa Barbara Neuroscience Institute, this symposium is for ER physicians, internal medicine physicians, neurologists, neurosurgeons, primary care physicians, registered nurses and other healthcare practitioners.
In 2013, our focus was on:
- Update on Management of Malignant Glioma
Timothy Cloughesy, MD, UCLA Neuro-Oncology Program
- State of the Evidence: Key Controversies in the Treatment of Lower Back Pain
Richard A. Deyo, MD, MPH, Oregon Health & Science University
- The Evolving Role of the Nurse Practitioner in the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit
Krista Garner, MSN, RN, ACNP, Emory University Hospital
- Cost of Saving the Brain after TBI
David Hovda, PhD, UCLA Brain Injury Research Center
- Peripheral Nerve Tumor: To Operate or Not – That is the Question
Michel Kliot, MD, UCSF Medical Center
- From Bench to Bedside: The Future of the Diagnosis and Management of Dementia
Kenneth Kosik, MD, UCSB, Molecular Cellular & Development Biology
- Case Studies in Brain Tumor Surgery Benefiting from Intraoperative MRI
John Park, MD, MPH, Neurosurgical Oncology,
Santa Barbara Neuroscience Institute at Cottage Health System
- Neurocritical Care – Some Interesting Case Studies
Emily Rorden, MSN, RN, ACNP, Santa Barbara Neuroscience Institute at Cottage Health System
- Stroke and Sleep Apnea, Dangerous Bedfellows
Hsien C. Young, MD, Sansum Clinic
- Minimally Invasive Surgery for Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Alois Zauner, MD, Santa Barbara Neuroscience Institute at Cottage Health System
More than 150 physicians, nurses, and other professionals attended the fifth annual Saving the Brain Symposium in 2012 to hear the latest advances in the Neurosciences.
Please contact Gary Milgram, Service Line Director, at email@example.com to be placed on an advanced mailing list for speakers, agendas, and other updates
Dr. Gregory Albers, Director, Stanford Stroke Center, and
Dr. Philip Delio, Director, Medical Director, Cottage Stroke Program
The Symposium is held at the DoubleTree Resort, 633 East Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara.