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Highlights from the 2018 AANS Annual Scientific Meeting

When you attend the AANS Annual Scientific Meeting, it is nearly impossible to catch every session and speaker you would like to see. That is why more than 350 presentations from the meeting are recorded and made available online – free of charge to meeting attendees.

Below is a list of 12 top-rated oral abstract presentations from this year’s meeting. Click here to claim your online access. Then, start exploring these presentations and any of the other sessions you may have missed.

Session Title Presenter
Plenary Session II Evaluation of Durable Response Rate in the Post-Resection Setting and Association with Survival in Patients with Recurrent High Grade Glioma who Received Vocimagene Amiretroprepvec and 5-Fluorocytosine Treatment Bob S. Carter, MD, PhD, FAANS
Scientific Session I: Tumor Systemic and Local Immunosuppression In Patients With High-Grade Meningiomas Yuping Derek Li
Scientific Session II: Spine Alterations to Information Transmission in the Brain following Spinal Cord Injury: A Resting-State Functional Connectivity Analysis Mayank Kaushal
Plenary Session I Spinal cord stimulation reduces opiate use in patients with chronic pain Lucy Gee
AANS/CNS Section on Pain Spinal Cord Stimulation at 10 kHz for Treatment of Chronic Upper Limb and Neck Pain Maged Guirguis, MD
Advanced Practice Providers Plenary Session Interdisciplinary care model Decreases Use of Critical Care Services After corrective Surgery for Adult Degenerative Scoliosis Owoicho Adogwa, MD
AANS Section on the History of Neurological Surgery Travels to the Tropics: “Deutschtum” and Fedor Krause’s visits to Brazil Saul A. da Silva, MD
Plenary Session II The Roles of Rhythm and Prediction in Speech Perception Nitin Tandon, MD, FAANS
AANS/CNS Section on Pediatric Neurological Surgery De novo mutations in inhibitors of Wnt, BMP, and Ras/ERK signaling pathways in non-syndromic midline craniosynostosis Charuta G. Furey
Plenary Session I Single-Neuronal Basis for Interactive Social Behavior in a Primate Model Amy Julia Wang
Scientific Session V: Cerebrovascular Brain Functional Reconfiguration And Cognitive Impairment in Adult Moyamoya Disease: a Resting-state FMRI Study Yu Lei, MD
Plenary Session III Excavation and not Ulceration Best Describes the Process of Plaque Degradation Hossein Mousavi, MD

July 2018