Date : December 02 - 04, 2022
It’s the season of giving, and we want to give the gift of up-to-date research results in neurosurgery. You will have a rare opportunity to access the annual conference of the AANS/CNS Joint Section on Pediatric Neurosurgery will run from Friday, Dec 2 through Sun, Dec 4 in Washington, DC.
Below are the sessions of this conference that may be interesting to individuals impacted by Chiari malformation, syringomyelia or related disorders. *All times are reported in the local time (Washington, DC) Eastern Time.
10:45-11:05am | History of Hydrocephalus
11:05am-12:00pm | Various Abstract Presentations
Epilepsy & Neuromodulation Session
1:45-1:50pm | Responsive Neurostimulation Device Therapy in Pediatric Patients with Complex Medically Refractory Epilepsy
1:50-3:00pm | Various Abstract Presentations
Dysraphism/Fetal Neurosurgery Session
4:15-4:20pm | Prenatal Repair and Physical Functioning Among Children with Myelomeningocele
4:20-5:05pm | Various Abstract Presentations
5:05-5:20pm | Challenges and Advocacy for Adult Transition
Craniofacial Neurosurgery Session
8:00-8:15am | Section Chair Address – Dr. Bermans Iskandar
3:35-4:05pm | Keynote: What Have We Truly Learned About Chiari/Future?
4:05-4:15pm | Point/Counterpoint: To Open, or Not to Open?
4:15-4:20pm | Evidence-Based Medicine: Best Paper Presentation
4:20-5:00pm | Various Abstract Presentations (*listed below)
8:00-8:30am | Keynote: Where Are We Today with Head Trauma/ICP Control/Non-Invasive ICP Monitoring?
8:45-8:50am | Evidence-Based Medicine: Best Paper Presentation
Spine & Technology Session
10:35-11:05am | Role of AI/AR/VR in the Future of Neurosurgery
11:05 – 11:45am | Various Abstract Presentations
11:45 – 11:55am | Research Award Winner Announcements (Including BJCSF Award)
11:55 am | Closing Remarks