1st Place Winner: Provision of Rapid and Specific ex vivo Diagnosis of Central Nervous System
Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Neurological Surgery Resident Annual Paper Awards
1st Place - Joseph Georges, DO, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Provision of rapid and specific ex vivo diagnosis of central Nervous system lymphoma from rodent xenograft biopsies by a fluorescent aptamer
2nd Place - Stephen Albano, DO, Desert Regional Medical Center Investigating the correlation between anterior-posterior and lateral asymmetric muscular balance with low back pain
3rd Place - Evan Krueger, DO, Bromenn Medical Center Intraparenchymal hemorrhage after evacuation of chronic subdural hematoma: a case series and systematic literature review
The Neurological Surgery Resident’s Annual Paper Awards are presented by the Neurological Surgery Discipline for the best end of year paper submission. Each resident will present a 10-minute talk about their winning papers for the ACOS 2020 ACA Neurological Surgery Discipline.
Please congratulate these individuals and come see them present their hard work.
Upon completion, participants will understand the possible diagnostic utility of tumor-specific fluorescence contrast agents.
Upon completion, participants will understand how ex vivo imaging may complement intratoperative diagnostics, such as frozen sections.
Upon completion, participants will understand how fluorescence microendoscopes may provide real-time in vivo diagnostic information for tumor sampling.
Upon completion, participants will understand how novel fluorescence contrast agents may expedite intraoperative diagnostics
Upon completion, participants will understand barriers to making rapid and specific intraoperative NeuroOncology diagnoses.