Neurology & Neurological Sciences Conferences

Due to COVID-19, some conferences have been cancelled. Please check with host department for cancellations.

Jan January 27 - 28 Thu-Fri 2022

11th Annual Breakthroughs in Neurological Care

Join us for 11th Annual Breakthroughs in Neurological Care which will focus on the basics and breakthroughs of treatment options in six important areas of Neurology, including Behavioral Neurology, Neuro-oncology, Autonomic Neurology, Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, and Neuro-ophthalmology. A review of fundamental principles and modalities in neurotherapeutics will be used to lay the foundation to discuss cutting-edge treatments available today and in the near-future. Stanford Faculty and special guests will provide diverse and interactive two-hour sessions in each of the above subspecialty areas.

Mar March 05 Sat 2022

Understanding and Navigating Brain Tumor Recurrence

Join the American Brain Tumor Association on Saturday, March 5 for a free virtual meeting, Navigating Brain Tumor Recurrence. Designed for survivors, patients, caregivers, and families, learn about tools to prepare for and navigate treatment and care should a brain tumor recur.

Led by neuro-oncologist and Clinical Associate Professor, Seema Nagpal, MD of Stanford University.

Jun June 03 Fri 2022

Fifth Annual Diversity and Inclusion Forum

Friday, June 3, 2022, 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM PST LKSC, In-Person

The Stanford Medicine 5th Annual Diversity & Inclusion Forum, hosted by the Office of Diversity in Medical Education, will highlight innovative workshops developed by residents and fellows across Stanford GME programs, with their educational mentors, who have participated in the 2021-2022 cohort of the Leadership Education in Advancing Diversity (LEAD) Program. The Diversity & Inclusion Forum will be an enriching opportunity for faculty, trainees, students, postdocs, staff and community members to learn tools and strategies to enable them to become an effective change agent for equity, diversity and inclusion in medical education. It will also provide diverse trainees with knowledge and skills needed to create a successful career in academic medicine.