University of Pittsburgh Neurosurgery News is the quarterly newsletter of the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. It is designed to introduce physicians, researchers, and patients to our department and to provide topical discussions of current techniques and outcomes of neurological surgery. You can download a .pdf version of our latest issue.
Physicians can also receive CME credit for reading the newsletter. To get more information, and to take the CME evaluation, please visit the Neurosurgery News CME page on the UPMC Physician Resources website.
Editor: Peter C. Gerszten, MD
Production Editor: Paul Stanick
In our current issue, Winter 2017:
"Minimally Invasive, Robotic-Assisted Surgery for Diagnosis and Treatment of Epilepsy"
"Paralyzed Man Regains Sense of Touch"
"Prophylactic Antiepileptics and Seizure Incidence Following Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Propensity Score-Matched Analysis"
"Neuroendovascular Surgery Fellowship Receives Accreditation From the Committee on Advanced Subspecialty Training"
"Peter J. Jannetta Symposium Set for April 8"
"Tyler-Kabara, Okonkwo Prominent Participants at White House Frontiers Conference"
"Richardson to Lead BRAIN Initiative"
"Okonkwo to Lead Clinical Efforts in Pitt-Led Department of Defense-Funded Trauma Network"
See our Archive section for a complete collection of past issues.