The CNS is honored to join forces with the Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO) to introduce a Virtual Brain Tumor Board. In collaboration with the Joint Section on Tumors and The Neurosurgical Atlas, we will be introducing a quarterly webinar series featuring experts in brain tumor management (including neurosurgery, neuro-oncology, radiation oncology, neuropathology, radiology, and other specialists) to discuss real-life cases presented by our faculty.
Choose to register for the four-part webinar series as a live CME or non-CME version.
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
5:00 pm PT / 7:00 pm CT / 8:00 pm ET
Topic 3: Brain Metastases
Panelists: Adrienne Boire, Aaron Cohen-Gadol, David Meredith, Susan Pannullo, Raymond Sawaya, Akanksha Sharma
Moderators: Adrienne Boire, Raymond Sawaya
Course Directors: Garni Barkhoudarian, Maryam Rahman, Sandro Santagata, Erik P. Sulman, Gelareh Zadeh
- To comprehend the use of molecular data for determining diagnosis
- To implement treatment strategies throughout the evolution of imaging in patients with brain tumors
- Establish the role of screening the general population for CNS tumors
To register for the live non-CME four part webinar series, click here.
Members: complimentary | Non-members: $100
To register for the live CME four part webinar series, click here.
Members: $200 | Non-members: $250 | This activity has been approved for 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
All participants are encouraged to submit their cases to be presented and discussed during the live webinar. If you wish to participate, please e-mail your case to Lisa O'Brien at the CNS Headquarter Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This four part webinar series will be held quarterly. Additional information on the remaining fourth webinar session—including date and time—is coming soon!
Silver Level Support:
Thank you to GT Medical Technologies, creators of GammaTile Therapy, for their Silver Level support of this series; click here to learn more.
Bronze Level Support:
Thank you to Leica Microsystems for their Bronze Level support of this series; click here to learn about the Blue Light Fluorescence Module Leica FL400.