Frontiers in Neurosurgery and Neuromodulation Symposium

March 16-17, 2023

Overview

Join the University of Pittsburgh Department of Neurological Surgery for Frontiers in Neurosurgery and Neuromodulation symposium, a two-day presentation and discussion on innovations in epilepsy, movement disorders, and spasticity care on March 16-17, 2023. The symposium includes focused and practical discussion under the direction of direction of world-renowned leaders in the care and treatment of epilepsy and movement disorders, Jorge A. González-Martínez, MD, PhD, Houman Homayoun, MD, and Marco Capogrosso, PhD.

The symposium will take place at the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center and education is centered around current state-of-the-art treatment methods, as well as the future of the neuromodulation field, and features topics designed for neurologists, general practitioners, mid-level providers, students, and surgeons.

Who Should Attend

The education in this symposium is designed for neurologists, general practitioners, mid-level providers, students, surgeons, and other interested health care professionals.

Course Co-Directors 

Jorge A. González-Martínez, MD, PhD

UPMC Endowed Professor in Epilepsy and Movement Disorders Surgery
Vice-Chair, Department of Neurological Surgery
Director, Epilepsy & Movement Disorders Program
Co-Director, University of Pittsburgh Epilepsy Center
Director, Cortical Systems Laboratory


Houman Homayoun, MD

Associate Professor of Neurology
Medical Director, Deep Brain Stimulation Program


Marco Capogrosso, PhD

Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery
Director, Spinal Cord Stimulation Laboratory

Registration

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