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Jun
25
Venue - University of Leeds This course is designed for Neurosurgeons and Otolaryngologists at senior trainee and consultant levels who are interested in the most recent developments in Endoscopic Surgery of the Cranial Base and Pituitary Gland. This comprehensive two day course is a presentation of minimally invasive endoscopic techniques for the anterior skull base and pituitary fossa.

Jul
03
Guildhall Winchester
All Day
3rd July - Aimed at referrers to Radiosurgical Centres and Radiosurgery Providers. Trainees, Consultants, Radiographers and Physicists. The Meeting is a friendly environment to talk about radiosurgical practice, outcomes challenges and the new commissioning for this service. Participants are invited and encouraged to submit papers for presentation.

Jul
04
University of Winchester, UK
All Day
4-6 July 2018 - BNOS is the largest annual conference in the UK dedicated to professionals involved in the care of patients with CNS tumours, and scientists researching in this field. There will be numerous plenary speakers, an educational morning on cerebral metastases and opportunity for submission and presentation of oral and poster presentations.

Jul
04
University of Winchester
All Day
4th - 6th July - The British Neuro-oncology Society (BNOS) was formally established in 2004 as an organisation that exists to promote research and education in all aspects of Neuro-oncology, from laboratory based science to social impacts of Central Nervous System tumours. The ultimate aim of the Society is to improve treatment and management of patients with Central Nervous System tumours and therefore has evolved into a truly multidisciplinary group including the following: neurosurgeons, neuro-scientists, neurologists, neuropathologists, neuroradiologists, neuropsychologists, paediatric and adult oncologists, neuropsychiatrists, clinical nurse specialists, radiotherapists, allied health professionals, members of patient and advocacy organisations, and the commercial sector.

Jul
09
A 3 day residential course directed at the core neurosurgical syllabus for British Neurosurgical Trainees. Designed to cover the entire syllabus over 5 courses run at 6 monthly intervals. British Faculty - Dovetails with Ebrain. (http://www.ebrainjnc.com) . Venue (city, country): Robinson College, Cambridge, United Kingdom Course registration - Residential £450 - non residential £250

Jul
17
An international conference covering all aspects of Syringomyelia and Chiari. Of interest to neurosurgeons, neurologists and neuroscientists, amongst others. There will be keynote addresses from world experts but the meeting will also be open to any healthcare professional or researcher who may wish to submit original work for presentation. Venue: Macdonald Burlington Hotel, Burlington Arcade, 126 New Street, Birmingham B2 4JQ

Jul
24
24-27 July 2018

Sep
07
Palais de Congres, Nice, France
All Day
7-8 September 2018 We have worked with the European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy (ESMINT), to deliberately coincide the meeting with the ESMINT congress, allowing EANS attendees to have the opportunity of being present at both events. The joint day will feature keynote speakers and panel discussions.

Sep
13
Department of Anatomy, Leeds Medical School
All Day
Leeds Neuroanatomy Course Part I, 13/14 September 2018 A two day cadaveric dissection course aimed at early years (ST2-5) Neurosurgical Trainees. This course is designed to give the trainees the opportunity to understand the anatomy of commonly used cranial operative approaches (one cadaver per two delegates) under the supervision of Consultant Neurosurgeons.

Sep
15
15-16 September 2018 - The course aims to understand in great depth eloquent areas of cerebral cortex, the important pathways, the complex anatomy of the deeper structures and the ventricles in a three dimensional way. Aims at Consultants and Neurosurgical trainees (free for SBNS members)

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National Hospital, 
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19-21 September 2018
at the QEII Conference 
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20-22 March 2019,  
Manchester

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