Fourth Annual Margaret Hackett Family Program: Symposium Research Perspectives and the Study of CNS Congenital Anomalies
This activity will:
- Raise the sensitivity of physicians and other healthcare professionals caring for patients who suffer from CNS congenital anomalies;
- Provide a forum for medical professionals from varied specialties to share ideas and approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of CNS congenital anomalies;
- Enhance enthusiasm for the treatment of patients with CNS congenital anomalies.
At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the complexities of living with a CNS congenital anomaly;
- List the various tools used to diagnose and treat specific CNS congenital anomalies;
- Identify congenital anomalies of the central nervous system that remain difficult to treat;
- Describe current research approaches to several common congenital anomalies of the central nervous system.
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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MARGARET HACKETT FAMILY PROGRAM INTERIM DIRECTOR
Director, Neurosurgical Oncology
Interim Chair, Department of Neurological Surgery
Associate Professor, Harvard
Boston Children’s Hospital
Bioengineering Executive Director, Conquer Chiari Research Center
Professor of Pediatrics, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Department of Surgery
The University of Chicago
Co-Director, Craniofacial Surgery Program
Associate Professor, Pediatric Neurosurgery
Baylor College of Medicine
Texas Children's Hospital
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