Houston Methodist Neurology and Neurosurgery Resident Bootcamp
There will be LIVE [In-Person] and Virtual [Streaming] attendance options available for attendees.
This course is designed for second to fifth-year residents who have matched into integrated neurosurgical and neurology residencies. During this 3-day intensive bootcamp, the attendees will learn the basics of treating patients with various neurological and neurosurgical conditions. Topics will cover the following areas of sub-specialization:
- Stroke care
- Movement disorders
- Functional Neurosurgery
- Peripheral Nerve
- Brain Tumors
The program features lecture and hands-on training in a state of art facility (MITIE) by world class faculty. There will also be excellent opportunities for networking with the faculty and others.
The target audience is second through fifth year residents who have matched into integrated neurosurgical and neurology residency programs.
Upon completion of the conference, participants will be able to:
- Understand and be well versed in skills of neurological and neurosurgical disease and treatments.
- Apply basics of neurological anatomy, procedures, and medicine.
- Assess and identify basic floor issues, emergencies, and basic neurosurgical and neurology principles.
Didactic Lectures, Hands-on Workshops
Agenda coming soon
This course provides second to fifth-year residents who have matched into integrated neurosurgical and neurology residency programs with basic and advanced training in surgical anatomy, suturing and neurosurgical repair. During this course, residents will begin with learning the basics through lectures by experts in the field. The learners will continue their education with hands on training in simulated neurological cases. Training in these skills and techniques is important to better serve patients, improve outcomes and maintain a competitive advantage. The goal of this course is to provide up-to-date evidence-based didactic lectures along with expert-instructed hands-on exposure proctored by leading neurologists and neurosurgeons..
Live [In-Person] will be held at MITIE [Houston Methodist Institute of Technology, Innovation & Education]
Virtual [Streaming] information will be provided to registered attendees.
Candy and Tom Knudson Distinguished Centennial Chair in Neurosurgery
Professor and Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery
Director, Neurological Institute
Co-Director, Cerebrovascular Center
Co-Director, Skull Base Program
Houston Methodist Hospital
Professor of Neurological Surgery, Weill Cornell, NY;
Vice Chair of Clinical Services, Houston Methodist Department of Neurology
Director, Eddy Scurlock Stroke Center, Houston Methodist Hospital
The Elkins Family Distinguished Centennial Clinical Academic Scholar in Neurology
Exhibitor Information coming soon.