AANS International Lifetime Recognition Award
This award recognizes the recipient's lifetime of contributions to neurosurgery in his or her native country, and to neurosurgery globally.
The 2015 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) International Lifetime Recognition Award
goes to Andrew H. Kaye, MD. Click here to read more about Dr. Kaye.
Best International Abstract Award 2015 Recipient
The AANS Best International Abstract awards $500 to the author presenting the highest scored abstract submitted by an international author. In 2015, the AANS is honoring:
Jeffrey V. Rosenfeld, MD, MS, from Melbourne, Australia
The Development of a Wireless Multi-electrode Cortical Prosthesis for Restoration of Vision in Blind Individuals.
International Travel Scholarship 2015 Recipient
The scholarship provides $1,500 to support the attendance of a neurosurgeon from a developing country to the AANS Annual Meeting. The 2015 recipient selected is:
Deepak Agrawal, MD, from Bangalore, India
Draining vein shielding in Intracranial AVM’s during Gamma-Knife: A new way of preventing post Gamma-Knife Edema and Hemorrhage
The William P. Van Wagenen Fellowship The William P. Van Wagenen Fellowship provides support to a post neurosurgical resident for foreign travel for scientific enrichment, prior to beginning an academic career in neurological surgery. The Fellowship was designed to give freedom in scientific development without the restrictive limitations usually imposed by many research grants and fellowships. Candidacy for the fellowship is open to all senior neurosurgical residents, in approved neurosurgery residency programs.
Click here for more information regarding eligibility and an application.
Past recipients of the AANS International Lifetime Recognition Award:
2014 Nicolas de Tribolet, MD
2013 Johannes Schramm, MD
2012 Leonidas M. Quintana, MD
2011 Shigaki Kobayshi, MD, PhD
2010 Jose G. Martin-Rodriguez, MD from Madrid, Spain
2009 Albino Bricolo, MD from Verona, Italy
2008 Jose Humberto Mateos Gomez, from Madrid Mexico