Monday, March 14

Varian

Satellite Symposium

Title: Surface guided stereotactic radiosurgery with automated delivery
Speaker: Evan Thomas, PhD
Time : 12:30 - 14:00

Room: HI (3rd floor)

Join this Symposium to learn more about using Surface guided stereotactic radiosurgery with automated delivery in a community hospital setting. Physician Evan Thomas from Ohio State University Medical Center will present his experience in brain metastases and the use of HyperArc to support planning and delivery of high quality, high throughput cranial Radiosurgery treatments.

Tuesday, March 15

Medtronic

Satellite Symposium

Title: Latest Trends in Neuromodulation
Speaker: Dr. Andrés Lozano and Dr. Fabian Piedimonte
Time : 12:30 - 14:00

Room: OÑ (3rd floor)

“Toronto Western Hospital experience with Brainsense™ technology” (35’) - Dr Andrés Lozano

“Best Practices in Severe Spasticity: ITB Therapy”  (35’) -Dr. Fabian Piedimonte

Q&A (10’)

Varian

Workshop

Title: HyperArc an end-to-end class solution for the treatment of intracranial single and multiple targets
Speaker: Milton Ixquiac, MSc
Time : 12:30 - 14:00

Room: HI (3rd floor)

Join us as MSc. Milton Ixquiac from INCAN National Cancer Institute of Guatemala presents a workshop on Radiosurgery with HyperArc Varian technology for the treatment of intracranial single an multiple targets. On this session, he will be covering the substantial advantage on the high number of patients that can be treated by this solution due to a streamlined process that brings an outstanding clinical efficiency with high quality standards. It will be discussed from the more human approach to the patient immobilization, the intuitive planning and automated delivery of treatment. This workshop is ideal for sites that have high volume of radiosurgery patients.

o8t Omniscient Neurotechnology

Workshop

Title: Optimizing Precision Network Surgery Through the Lens of Connectomics
Speaker: Dr Charlie Teo, Moderated by Dr Alexis Morell & Dr Michael Sughrue
Time : 12:30 - 14:00

Room: N (3rd floor)

​This workshop will explore the latest techniques for precision network surgery through practical use of structural & functional mapping to achieve onco-functional balance. The event will be conducted through a brief lecture & interactive case reviews from field-leading experts through the lens of Connectomics. Join Drs. Michael Sughrue, Charlie Teo, and Alexis Morell for an overview of connectomics and its applications in tumor surgery. Through both didactic and hands-on segments, learn how incorporating network-based neurosurgery into your practice can inform decision-making and help you maximize onco-functional balance.

Wednesday, March 16

BSCI (Boston Scientific)

Workshop

Title: Connect to innovation - Neuromodulation therapies
Speakers: Dr Nilesh Patel & Mattew Mundus
Time : 12:30 - 14:00

Room: OÑ (3rd floor)

Fast and Guide XT 3, Alpha and Genus New Platforms and Learn more about Brainlab partnership - Elements Demo (Image Fusion, Anatomical Mapping, Lead Localization, Stereotaxic)

Thursday, March 17

Stryker

Satellite Symposium - New technologies for removal of complex tumors 

Speaker: Dr. Gustavo Pradilla
Time12:30 - 14:00

Room: HI (3rd floor)

Approaching deep parenchymal lesions: a tractography-based approach. Expanded endonasal approaches: combined strategies for maximal resection and enhancing visualization and resection in open skull base surgery: far lateral and total petrosectomy examples. Cases will be shown and the techniques and equipment used will be discussed.

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