NORO-Neurology Osteopathic Residency Organization

Date: 
Friday, January 13, 2017 -
10:00am to 4:00pm
Location: 
C-102 East Fee, MSU Campus
Topic / Activity: 
Surgical and Interventional Procedures for the Treatment of Headache Disorders and Managing the Difficult Headache Patient; Imaging of Common Cranial Neuropathies; A Neuroethical Perspective on Early DBS in Parkinson; Neuropathology of Epilepsy
Speakers / Presenters: 
Paul Mathew, M.D./ Suresh Mukerji, M.D./ Laura Cabrera, Ph.D./ Howard Chang, M.D.
Conferences: 
NORO-Neurology Osteopathic Residency Organization

 

Time

 

Topic/Objective

 

Presenter

 

Location

     10:00a.m.

12:00p.m.

Topics: Surgical and Interventional Procedures for the Treatment of Headache Disorders and Managing the Difficult Headache Patient

Objectives: At the end of this lecture, participants should be able to identify surgical, interventional and medical management options  for Headache:

 

  Paul Mathew, M.D.

 

 C-102 East Fee Hall

12:00p.m.

1:00p.m.

Topic:Imaging of Common Cranial Neuropathies

Objectives: Identify cranial nerves and abnormalities on high-resolution MRI images

 

Suresh Mukerji, MD

 

C-102  East Fee Hall

1:00p.m.

2:00p.m.

 

Lunch

 

 

 

C-102 East Fee Hall

 2:00p.m.

-

3:00p.m.

Topic:  A Neuroethical Perspective on Early DBS in Parkinson

Objectives:  1. Describe what neuroethics is about and how it relates to bioethics.  2. Identify key neuroethical concerns in early DBS for Parkinson. 3. Recognize relevant ethical, legal, social or policy issues regarding early DBS for Parkinson

 

 Laura Cabrera, Ph.D.

 

C-102 East Fee Hall

3:00p.m.

-

4:00p.m.

Topic: Neuropathology of Epilepsy

Objectives: 1. To learn what can cause seizures (pathogenesis of epilepsy). 2. To learn what are the neuropathological features of some of these causes.

 

Howard Chang, M.D.

 

C-102 East Fee Hall

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