Used as an important teaching tool in medical education, Grand Rounds provides residents and faculty with a way to stay up-to-date on important and ever-evolving areas of neurosurgery.
Department of Neurosurgery Grand Rounds are held in conjunction with Educational Conference every Thursday. Educational Conference is 6:30-7:30 a.m. and Grand Rounds is from 7:30-8:30 a.m. in the Neurosurgery conference room, Building B, 2nd floor, suite B2200. Visit the Emory Neurosurgery YouTube Channel to view past Educational Conference and Grand Rounds presentations.
Upcoming Grand Rounds schedule is as follows:
|3/23/2017||6:30 am - Complex Case Conference
7:30 am - Jay McCracken, MD: Functional Neuronavigation
|3/30/2017||6:30 am - Journal Club - Spine
7:30 am - Wendy Wright, MD: "Do Everything: The Pitfalls of Rendering Inappropriate or Futile Care"
|4/6/2017||6:30 - 8:30 am - Morbidity & Mortality|
|4/13/2017||6:30 am - Kannan Narayana, MD: Neuro-opthalmology Review
7:30 am - Yoland Smith, PhD: "The Thalamostriatal System: Its Relevance for Parkinson’s Disease and Tourette’s Syndrome"
|4/20/2017||6:30 am - Operative Technique: Lateral Spinal Approaches
7:30 am - Carla Haack, MD: Utilization Review and Care Coordination for Physicians
|5/4/2017||6:30 - 8:30 am - Morbidity & Mortality|