Neurosurgery Faculty Research Meetings

The Department of Neurosurgery is excited to host monthly discussions highlighting our latest research. Faculty, residents, clinical instructors, post docs and medical students are encouraged to attend.

Location: G1161 in Lorry Lokey 1st floor, 12-1pm, unless otherwise noted below. Light lunch provided.

1/26/2018 (Lokey G1002) – Jamshid Ghajar; Title: "The Concussion Conundrum: an opportunity to explore the last frontier, TIME"

2/23/2018 (Lokey G1002) – Gordon Li; Title: "Translating brain tumor research into clinical trials at Stanford" 

3/30/2018 (Lokey G1002) – Ivan Soltesz;  Title: "Martian Chronicles for Neuroscientists: Synaptic plasticity induced by galactic and medical radiation" 

4/27/2018 – Michel Kliot;  Title:  “Neurofibromas: To grow or not to grow, that is the question

5/25/2018 – Maheen Adamson;  Title:  “Gender and Effects of Polytrauma”

6/29/2018 – Albert Wong;  Title:  “45 years of futility, and now this. Can immunotherapy be the core of a breakthrough in glioblastoma therapy?”

7/27/2018 - TJ Wilson; Title: “Intraneural Ganglion Cysts: How Anatomy Informs Appropriate Treatment” 

8/31/2018 – Peter Tass;  Title: “Long-lasting therapeutic effects by desynchronizing neuromodulation”

9/28/2018 – David Camarillo; Title: "Precision measurement of mild brain trauma using an instrumented mouthguard"

10/26/2018 – Julia Kaltschmidt; Title: "Circuits of the second brain: structure and function of the enteric nervous system"

11/30/2018 – Brad Zuchero; Title: "A novel role for glia in controlling neuronal excitability"

12/14/2018 – No meeting due to the holiday