This year, physicians representing the Department of Neurosurgery at NYU Langone Health gave speeches, presented cases, led panel discussions, and facilitated courses at the annual meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. View full conference information here.

Notable sessions at this year’s conference included:

Friday, April 29

Practical Clinic 205 Technological Adjuncts for Malignant Brain Tumor Surgery

Course Director: Daniel A. Orringer, MD

Saturday, April 30

Abstract Discussant: A Multi-center Study of Intra-operative, in Vivo, Optics-based Detection of Brain Tumor Tissue Using Raman Spectroscopy and Machine Learning

Discussant: Daniel A. Orringer, MD

Monday, May 2

Rapid Fire Research Forum
Cerebrovascular Rapid Fire Session

Abstract Session Moderator: Erez Nossek, MD

Speaker Session
Intra-operative Histology & AI Image Analysis

Community Speaker: Daniel A. Orringer, MD

Rapid Fire Research Forum
Socioeconomic Rapid Fire Session
485 – Influence of Healthcare Disparities on Outcomes for Spinal Metastasis Patients
Abstract Session Moderator: Kimberly Ashayeri, MD

Case Presentation and Panel Discussion
Transvenous AVM Treatment, CSF-venous Fistulae, MMA Embo for CSDH, ICH, Venous Stenting for IIH, DVST

Discussant: Howard A. Riina, MD

Panel Discussion/Q&A
Interesting Cases

Community Panelist: Daniel A. Orringer, MD

Abstract Session
Cerebrovascular Abstract Session
Abstract Session Moderator: Erez Nossek, MD

Panel Discussion
Session VII, Panel II: Treatment of Middle Cerebral and Basilar Tip Aneurysms
Discussant: Howard A. Riina, MD