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"Neurosurgery"

  1. 1. Neurosurgery 2009 "Neurosurgery" May 24 – 30, 2009 SALZBURG WEILL CORNELL SEMINAR
  2. 2. Neurosurgery 2009 FACULTY
  3. 3. Neurosurgery 2009 Wolfgang Aulitzky, MD is the Medical Director of the American Austrian Foundation. He is Associate Dean for International Medicine and Distance Learning, Adjunct Prof. of Clinical Urology and Adjunct Prof. of Clinical Reproductive Medicine at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University/New York Presbyterian Hospital. He is also Associate Prof. of Urology at the University of Innsbruck and was Visiting Scientist at the Population Council at Rockefeller University, New York. He is a member of the American, German and Austrian Societies of Urology and was awarded the Zuckerkandelpreis of the Austrian Society of Urology in 1989. In 1995 he received the Silver Medal and 2007 the Golden Medal for Merits to the Republic of Austria. As Director of the Medical Program of the American Austrian Foundation he has initiated the Salzburg Cornell-, Philadelphia-, Columbia- and Cleveland Duke Seminars. Dr. Aulitzky earned his medical degree at the University of Innsbruck in 1977, was a research fellow at the University of Uppsala, Sweden in 1978-79 and at the New York Hospital - Cornell University Medical College in 1988-1989. He received his training as an urologist at the University of Innsbruck and the General Hospital of Salzburg. As a clinician he works as Medical Director and Chairman of the Department of Urology at the Confraternitaet-Privatklinik Josefstadt in Vienna. He is the author of more than 140 publications on Urology, Andrology and Health Care issues and is co-author of books on basic and clinical urology/andrology. Wolfgang Aulitzky, MD Director Medical Program - AAF/New York Associate Dean for International Medicine & Distance Learning Gerhard Andlinger Professor for International Medicine & Distance Learning Adjunct Professor of Clinical Urology Adjunct Professor of Clinical Reproductive Medicine Weill Medical College of Cornell Univ. / The New York Presbyterian Hospital Medical Director and Chairman of the Department of Urology Confraternitaet-Privatklinik Josefstadt GmbH Skodagasse 32 1080 Vienna Austria Phone:+43-1-40114-5505 Fax: +43-1-40114-5507 Email: wolfgang.aulitzky@pkj.at
  4. 4. Neurosurgery 2009 Roger Härtl, MD (Course Director) is a Medical graduate from the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich, Germany, and went to the United States initially because of his research interest in traumatic brain and spinal cord injury. He completed a fellowship in Neurocritical Care at the Charite Hospital of the Humboldt University in Berlin and joined the Neurosurgery Department at Cornell University in 1994 as a research fellow. His scientific work focused on the pathophysiology of traumatic brain injury and the treatment of brain edema and intracranial hypertension in brain-injured patients. He developed great interest in the application of evidence-based medicine to neurosurgery and worked with the Brain Trauma Foundation in New York on the development of treatment guidelines for the medical and surgical management of head injury. After completing his Neurosurgery residency at Weill Cornell Medical College, Dr. Härtl went on to specialize in complex spine surgery at the Barrow's Neurological Institute in Phoenix under Dr. Volker Sonntag. Dr. Härtl's clinical and research interests focus on simple and complex spine surgery, neurotrauma, and neurocritical care medicine. Dr. Härtl believes that surgery should be part of a multidisciplinary approach to disease processes. He works very closely with other specialists in a team effort in order to achieve the best possible results for his patients. Roger Härtl, MD Leonard and Fleur Harlan Clinical Scholar in Neurological Surgery Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery Chief of Spinal Surgery Co-Director Spine Center Department of Neurological Surgery Weill Cornell Medical College - NYPH Starr Building, Room 651 525 East 68th Street, Box 99 New York, New York 10021 USA Phone:+1-212-746-2152 Fax: +1-212-746-8947 Email: roger@hartlmd.net
  5. 5. Neurosurgery 2009 Christian W. Matula, MD (Co-Course Director) is Professor of Neurosurgery at the Neurosurgical Department at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria and Director of Skull Base Division and Head of the Neuroendoscopic Working Group of the Austrian Society of Neurosurgery. He is also the medical director of two private health care centers in Vienna and Lower Austria. Dr. Matula received his MD degree in 1986 from the University of Vienna, his PhD in Neuroendoscopy in 1996 from the same University, and was appointed Professor in 1997. He completed a fellowship in Neuroanatomy in Würzburg, Germany, a fellowship in skull base surgery in Washington and one in vascular surgery in Phoenix. Dr. Matula has developed an international reputation in the area of skull base surgery with special focus on new surgical technologies. He has been active in many workshops and courses and has given a high number of invited lectures as visiting professor all over the world. He is the author of more than 250 publications mostly on microsurgical techniques, neuroendoscopy and intraspinal tumors and has written several textbooks and atlases. As director of the educational program for neurosurgery at the Medical University of Vienna, he has initiated a variety of well known seminars and played a major role in developing and enhancing the neurosurgical educational program at the Department of Neurosurgery, Medical University of Vienna. He is member of several Neurosurgical Societies, for instance the Austrian, German and Swiss Societies, and the recipient of several awards and honors. Christian W. Matula, MD, PhD Professor of Neurosurgery Medical University of Vienna General Hospital Waehringerguertel 18-20 1090 Vienna Austria Phone:+43-1-40400-2565 Fax: +43-1-40400-4566 Email: Christian.matula@meduniwien.ac.at
  6. 6. Neurosurgery 2009 Antonio Bernardo, MD received an MD from the University of Naples "Federico II" where he graduated Summa cum Laude. He completed his Neurosurgery residency at the University of Naples and at the Western General Hospital/University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland. Dr Bernardo has served as scholar at the University of California, Irvine from 1997 to 1999. He spent one year in 1999 as a volunteer neurosurgeon in Peru, where he established skull base surgery programs in hospitals throughout the country, representing the Foundation for International Education in Neurosurgery (F.I.E.N.S.). In 2000, Dr. Bernardo became Director of the Microneurosurgery Skull Base Laboratory at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. After a 2-year fellowship training in skull base surgery at the Barrow's Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona under Dr. Robert Spetzler, he joined the Department of Neurosurgery at Weill Cornell Medical College as Director of the Skull Base Surgery Laboratory. Dr Bernardo has established himself as a pioneer and imminent expert in the understanding of microsurgical anatomy. At the Barrow he developed a three-dimensional surgical simulator to teach surgeons the visual-spatial skills required to perform skull base surgical approaches. The project is called interactive virtual dissection (IVD) and integrates cadaveric dissections, 3-D visualization, virtual reality, and computerized simulation for training of surgical procedures. Dr Bernardo has directed several international courses in many different countries and is frequently invited as guest and honor speaker at many international neurosurgical meetings throughout the world. He has been clinical consultant for Medtronic/Midas Rex since 2002 and is currently international neurosurgical consultant in several countries. He is an active member of the Italian Association of Neurosurgeons, the Register of Neurosurgeons of the United Kingdom, and honorary member of the Peruvian Association of Neurological Surgeons, of the Peruvian Academy of Surgery, and of the Caribbean Association of Neurological Surgeons. Antonio Bernardo, MD Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery Director, Microneurosurgery Skull Base Laboratory Weill Medical College of Cornell University Department of Neurological Surgery 510 East 70th Street Baker F-22112 New York, NY 10021 USA Phone:+1-212-746-1468 Fax: +1-212-746-8947 Email: anb2029@med.cornell.edu www.cornellneurosurgery.com/skullbasesurgery
  7. 7. Neurosurgery 2009 Michael G. Fehlings, MD is the Medical Director of the Krembil Neuroscience Center and heads the Spinal Program at the Toronto Western Hospital. Dr. Fehlings is also a Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Toronto and Director of the University of Toronto Neuroscience Program. He holds the Krembil Chair in Neural Repair and Regeneration, is a Senior Scientist in the Division of Genetics and Development at the Toronto Western Research Institute, a Scientist at the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine and a McLaughlin Scholar in Molecular Medicine. In the fall of 2008, Dr. Fehlings was appointed the inaugural Director of the University of Toronto Neuroscience Program and Co-Director of the newly formed University of Toronto Spinal Program. Dr. Fehlings combines an active clinical practice in complex spinal surgery with a translationally oriented research program focused on discovering novel treatments for spinal cord injury. This is reflected by the publication of over 600 articles chiefly in the area of spinal cord injury and complex spinal surgery. He is the Scientific Director and Acute Care and Treatment Practice Network Lead of the pan-Canadian Spinal Cord Injury Translational Research Network formed in collaboration with the Rick Hansen Foundation. He is also a principal investigator in the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation North American Clinical Trials Network and is co-chair of the internationally renowned Spine Trauma Study Group. Dr. Fehlings is active in many medical societies and journal editorial boards including Journal of Neurosurgery, Journal of Neurotrauma and Spine where he holds the position of Deputy Editor. His commitment to patients with neurotrauma is further reflected in his volunteer work for ThinkFirst, a charitable organization which is focused on preventing brain and spinal cord injuries in children. Michael G. Fehlings, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS Professor of Neurosurgery Krembil Chair in Neural Repair and Regeneration McLaughlin Scholar in Molecular Medicine Director, University of Toronto Neuroscience Program Co-Director, University of Toronto Spinal Program University of Toronto Quuen’s Park Crescent West Ontario, Canada M5S 3H2 Medical Director, Krembil Neuroscience Center Head, Spine and Spinal Cord Injury Program Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network Phone:+1-416-603-5072 Fax: +1-416-603-5298 Email: Michael.Fehlings@uhn.on.ca
  8. 8. Neurosurgery 2009 Alois Obwegeser, MD was born in Austria and studied medicine in Innsbruck, Austria. During this time, he also attended courses of economy in New Orleans, Louisiana, and spent several months in foreign countries to enhance his medical skills. After obtaining his MD in 1987, he began his postgraduate education in a small hospital in Austria, where he finished his training with a general practitioner license. After this widespread medical education, Dr. Obwegeser started to specialize in neurosurgery at the University of Innsbruck. After obtaining his license in neurosurgery in 1998, he was invited to at the Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Florida, where he worked as a research fellow training in deep brain stimulation and functional neurosurgery. In 2000, Dr. Obwegeser continued his work at the Neurosurgical Department in Innsbruck receiving the title “Dozent”, which is equivalent to a professor of neurosurgery. Subsequently he attended postgraduate studies at the University of Economics and Social Sciences in Innsbruck and one year later also registered at the University for Health, Informatics and Technology Tyrol. In 2004, he obtained the degree “Master of Science for Health” as well as the title Master of Health and Hospital Management. During all this time, Dr. Obwegeser also worked at the Neurosurgical Department in Innsbruck, where he specialized in skull base surgery, neurosurgical intensive care, oncology and spinal surgery. Presently he is Head of Unit 5B at the Neurosurgical Department in Innsbruck and his main research topics are trauma, functional neurosurgery, oncology and spinal surgery. As his work focuses on many neurosurgical topics, he is privileged to share his experience with interested physicians and he is glad to be contacted in the case of neurosurgical questions. Doz. Dr. Alois Obwegeser, MAS, MSc Dept. for Neurosurgery Medical University Innsbruck Anichstr. 35 6020 Innsbruck Austria Phone: +43-512-504-80369 Fax: +43-512-504-27453 E-mail: alois.obwegeser@uki.at
  9. 9. Neurosurgery 2009 Robert Christian Schwaiger, MD completed his medical education in 1986 at the University of Innsbruck 1996. His doctoral thesis was entitled “Morphologic results of operated thoracolumbar vertebral body fractures after dorsal instrumentation and transpedicular cancellous bone graft”. He did his internship from 1997-1998 in Salzburg, Hallein and Linz and his specialized training in Trauma Surgery at the University Hospital of Salzburg from1998-2003. Dr. Schwaiger’s special interests focus on spine surgery, thoracoscopic ventral reconstruction of the thoracic and lumbar spine, navigation guided dorsal instrumentation of the thoracic and lumbar spine, and ventral and dorsal reconstruction of the cervical spine. Dr. Schwaiger has been Head of the Outpatient Department for Traumatologic Spine Surgery since 2003 and a Senior physician since 2007. Robert Christian Schwaiger, MD University Clinic for Emergency Surgery and Sport Traumatology Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg Müllner Hauptstr.48 5020 Salzburg Phone:+43-662-4482-0 Fax: +43-662-4482-55008 Email: r.schwaiger@salk.at
  10. 10. Neurosurgery 2009 Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD graduated magna cum laude from The Citadel in 1982 with a B.S. degree in Biology. In 1986, Dr. Shaffrey received his medical degree from the University of Virginia. He completed his general surgical internship at Naval Hospital San Diego in 1987 where he was named the surgical intern of the year. He completed both neurosurgical and orthopaedics residencies at the University of Virginia. A spine fellowship in pediatric and adult reconstructive spine surgery was completed in 1995. Following his postgraduate training, Dr. Shaffrey completed a scholarship obligation to the United States Navy at Portsmouth Navy Medical Center. In 1997, he was appointed to the senior staff in the Departments of Neurological Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery at Henry Ford Hospital where he was actively involved in treating members of Detroit’s college and professional athletic teams. In 1999, Dr. Shaffrey was appointed Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery and Adjunct Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle. In 2003, he returned to the University of Virginia as Professor of Neurological Surgery and Director of the Neurosurgery Spine Division. Dr. Shaffrey is board certified in the fields of Neurological Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Shaffrey has an active research interest in spinal surgery, particularly in numerous multicenter outcome research studies of pediatric and adult scoliosis, spinal trauma and tumors involving the spinal column. He has been a funded principal investigator in numerous grants and clinical trials. He serves on the Editorial Boards of Journal of Neurosurgery, Neurosurgery and Journal of Spinal Disorders. He is an active reviewer for the Spine, The Spine Journal, Surgical Neurology and Journal of Trauma. Dr. Shaffrey has greater than 100 publications, greater than 500 national and international presentations and served as editor for several textbooks on spinal surgery. During his career in medicine, Dr. Shaffrey has won numerous awards for clinical medicine. He has won the Counsel of State Neurosurgical Societies Young Neurosurgeons Award. He has been named to Best Doctors and Top Doctors numerous times and has been both the Scientific Program Chair and Annual Meeting Chair for AANS/CNS Joint Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves. He is on the Scientific Program Committee for the Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting. He serves as the Morbidity and Mortality Committee Chair for the Scoliosis Research Society. He has been named to numerous honorary academic societies including the American Orthopaedic Association and the American Academy of Neurological Surgery. Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD Harrison Distinguished Professor of Neurological Surgery University of Virginia, Dept. of Neurosurgery P.O. Box 800212 Charlottesville, VA 22908-0212, USA Phone:+1-434-243-9714 Fax; +1-434-243-9248 Email: CIS8Z@virginia.edu
  11. 11. Neurosurgery 2009 Mark M. Souweidane, MD is the Vice-Chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He is a Professor of Neurological Surgery and Pediatrics and Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at The Weill Medical College of Cornell University and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Souweidane graduated from Wayne State University Medical School and completed his surgical internship at the University of Michigan. Dr. Souweidane’s residency in neurosurgery was performed at New York University followed by a post-graduate fellowship in pediatric neurosurgery at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. He holds board certification by the American Board of Neurological Surgery and the American Board of Pediatric Neurological Surgery. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Souweidane has gained international acclaim in minimally invasive endoscopic neurosurgery for the treatment of hydrocephalus, intraventricular brain tumors, colloid cysts, and congenital cysts. His other areas of expertise include brain and spinal cord tumors of childhood, Chiari malformations, and congenital spinal disorders. His commitment to advanced surgical therapy for children with brain tumors is exemplified by his appointment as Chairman of the Neurosurgery Committee of the Children's Oncology Group and the Professional Advisory Board of the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation. He has published over 70 peer-reviewed articles, authored 6 book chapters, and serves on the editorial board of the Neurosurgery and Journal of Neurosurgery. Dr. Souweidane is the principal investigator of a laboratory that is partly funded by the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. His laboratory focuses on improving the outcome of children with brain tumors by studying experimental local delivery and brain tumor modeling. Mark M. Souweidane, MD, FACS, FAAP Professor of Neurological Surgery Director, Pediatric Neurosurgery Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Starr Building, Room 651 525 East 68th St. Box 99 New York, NY 10021 USA Phone:+1-212-746-2363 Fax: +1-212-746-8416 Email: mmsouwei@med.cornell.edu
  12. 12. Neurosurgery 2009 Claudius Thomé, MD completed his medical education at the Ludwig- Maximilians-Universitaet Munich, Germany and at Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford/Ca., USA. His residency was done in the Department of Neurosurgery, University Hospital Mannheim, University of Heidelberg (Chairman: Prof. Dr. P. Schmiedek) (1995- 2001). He completed several fellowships: 2nd Institute of Physiology, University of Heidelberg; Dept. of Orthopedics, Klinikum Karlsbad- Langensteinbach; Department of Neurosurgery, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix; and, Department of Neurosurgery, Mayfield Clinic, University of Cincinnati. His thesis was entitled “Evidence-based spine surgery: Evaluation of new surgical techniques using randomized studies” (2005). Dr. Thomé’s surgical specialties are: complex spine surgery, skull base surgery, and cerebrovascular surgery, and his research fields are: evidence-based spine surgery, regenerative medicine in spinal disease, and acute brain injury and vasospasm in SAH. Dr. Thomé is currently Professor and Vice-Chairman, Dept. of Neurosurgery, University Hospital Mannheim, Medical Faculty Mannheim, University of Heidelberg Prof. Dr. med. Claudius Thomé Vice-Chairman Dept. of Neurosurgery Universitätsmedizin Mannheim, University of Heidelberg Theodor-Kutzer-Ufer 1-3 68167 Mannheim Germany Phone:+49-621-383-2360 Fax: +49-621-383-2004 Email: claudius.thome@umm.de
  13. 13. Neurosurgery 2009 FELLOWS
  14. 14. Neurosurgery 2009 Armend Agolli, MD Specialist University of Prishtina Department of Orthopedic Surgery Qendra Universitare E Kosoves 10000 Prishtina Kosovo Phone: +377-44-458148 +377-44-458148 Fax: +381-38-223132 E-mail: spine_aa@yahoo.se Kosovo Ghanem Al-Sulaiti, MD Attending Physician Hamad Medical Corp Department of Neurological Surgery P.O. Box 3050 Doha Qatar Phone: +974-43-92788 Fax: +974-43-92881 E-mail: dralsulaiti@yahoo.ca Qatar Anthony Benedict Assey, MD Specialist Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Malik Road, Upanga 65474 Dar es Salaam Tanzania, United Republic of Phone: +255-222-152938 Fax: +255-222-152938 E-mail: btonnie@moi.ac.tz btonnie@yahoo.co.uk Tanzania
  15. 15. Neurosurgery 2009 Titus Andrei Berei, MD Resident Emergency Clinical Hospital of Targu Mures Department of Neurological Surgery Gheorghe Marinescu Nr. 50 540136 Targu Mures Romania Phone: +40-265-212111-193 +40-74-4324724 E-mail: bereititus@yahoo.com bereititus@hotmail.com Romania Vladyslav Buryk, MD, PhD Specialist, Assistant Professor National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education Department of Neurological Surgery Division of Spinal Surgery Manuilskogo 32 04050 Kiev Ukraine Phone: +380-44-4839407 +380-66-7166920 Fax: +380-44-4839407 E-mail: vladbur@hotmail.com vladbur@gmail.com Ukraine Sergey Chernov, MD, PhD Specialist, Teaching/research/clinical Assistant Novosibirsk Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedics Department of Neurological Surgery Frunze Str. 17 630091 Novosibirsk Russian Federation Phone: +7-383-2244731 +7-913-9051434 Fax: +7-383-2245570 E-mail: schernov11@gmail.com schernov@niito.ru Russian Federation
  16. 16. Neurosurgery 2009 Slavko Djuraskovic, MD Resident Clinical Center of Montenegro Department of Neurological Surgery Ljubljanska bb. 20000 Podgorica Montenegro Phone: +382-67-867536 +382-67-867536 E-mail: djusla@t-com.me Montenegro Matus Dzugan, MD Resident Louis Pasteurs Faculty Hospital Department of Neurological Surgery Trieda SNP 1 04011 Kosice Slovakia Phone: +421-55-6402576 +421-907-668524 E-mail: bukvar@azet.sk Slovakia Harry Gebhard, MD Fellow New York Presbyterian Hospital Department of Neurological Surgery 525 E 68th Street, Box 99 New York, NY 10021 United States Phone: +1-212-7462289 +1-646-6968581 E-mail: harry.gebhard@gmail.com United States
  17. 17. Neurosurgery 2009 Gordan Grahovac, MD Resident Clinical Hospital Dubrava Department of Neurological Surgery Avenija Gojka Suska 6 10 000 Zagreb Croatia Phone: +385-1-2902476 +385-98-287681 E-mail: ggrahov@mef.hr Croatia Aldin Jusic, MD Specialist Kantonalna Bolnica Zenica (Canton Hospital Zenica) Department of Neurological Surgery Crkvice 67 72000 Zenica Bosnia and Herzegovina Phone: +387-32-405133 +387-61-798707 Fax: +387-32-405534 E-mail: aldin.jusic@hotmail.fr dr-jusicaldin@kbze.ba Bosnia and Herzegovina Marat Kashenov, MD Staff Physician City Hospital Number 7 Department of Neurological Surgery Kalkaman Microregion 050006 Almaty Kazakhstan Phone: +7272-70-8625 Fax: +7272-69-0056 E-mail: kashenov@yahoo.com Kazakhstan
  18. 18. Neurosurgery 2009 Rovshan Khalil-Zadeh, MD Assistant Professor Azerbaijan Medical University Department of Neurological Surgery Khudu Mamedov Str. 2 1123 Baku Azerbaijan Phone: +994-12-4715202 / -4715574 +994-50-3144581 E-mail: rovshankh@gmail.com rovshankh@azeronline.com Azerbaijan Avetis Kirakosyan, MD, PhD Specialist, Assistant Professor Mikaelyan Surgery Institute Department of Neurological Surgery Hasratsyan Str. 9 0052 Yerevan Armenia Phone: +374-10-283082 +374-91-417993 Fax: +374-10-284071 E-mail: a_kirakosian@yahoo.com lkirakos@aua.com Armenia Michal Kloc, MD Resident Derer's Hospital Department of Neurological Surgery Limbova 5 83305 Bratislava Slovakia Phone: +421259542268 +421903172588 E-mail: klocmichal@gmail.com Slovakia
  19. 19. Neurosurgery 2009 Aghasi Kochkanyan, MD Staff Physician, Teaching/research/clinical Associate St. Grigor Lusavorich Medical Centre Department of Neurological Surgery Gjurjan 10 375056 Yerevan Armenia Phone: +374-10-630837 +374-91-533998 Fax: +374-10-633421 E-mail: agasi_k@yahoo.com prinse7@xter.net Armenia Jurica Marakovic, MD Specialist University Hospital Dubrava Department of Neurological Surgery Avenija Gojka Suska 6 10000 Zagreb Croatia Phone: +385-1-2902476 Fax: +385-1-2863695 E-mail: juricam@kbd.hr kbd@kbd.hr Croatia Zoltan Mencser, MD Attending Physician, Assistant Professor University of Szeged Department of Neurological Surgery Semmelweis u. 6 6725 Szeged Hungary Phone: +36-62-546495 +36-20-3190079 Fax: +36-62-546495 E-mail: mencser@hotmail.com Hungary
  20. 20. Neurosurgery 2009 Mirko Micovic, MD Specialist Institute of Neurosurgery Department of Neurological Surgery Koste Todorovica 4 11000 Belgrade Serbia Phone: +381-11-3662407 E-mail: mvmicovic@gmail.com Serbia Ararat Minasyan, MD Resident Yerevan State Medical University Department of Neurological Surgery Koryun Str. 2 0025 Yerevan Armenia Phone: +374-10-318152 E-mail: ararat_minasyan@hotmail.com Armenia Andriy Muravskyy, MD, PhD Associate Professor National Medical Academy of post-graduate Education n.a. P.L. Shupyk Department of Neurological Surgery Manuilskogo 32 04050 Kiev Ukraine Phone: +380-44-4869407 +380-1-200121 Fax: +380-44-4869407 E-mail: amuravskiy@yahoo.com Ukraine
  21. 21. Neurosurgery 2009 Abdurahmon Norov, MD, PhD Specialist, Assistant Professor Tashkent Medical Academy Department of Neurological Surgery Farabi 2 100109 Tashkent Uzbekistan Phone: +998-97-1548151 E-mail: norov-a@mail.ru norovspine@sarkor.uz Uzbekistan Fatos Olldashi, MD Chief of Service National Trauma Center Department of Neurological Surgery Spitali Ushtarak, Laprake 00000 Tirana Albania Phone: +355-42-224200 +355-69-2059209 E-mail: f_olldashi@yahoo.com fatosolldashi@yahoo.com Albania Jamil Rzaev, MD, PhD Staff Physician, Teaching/research/clinical Associate Russian Research Institute of Traumathology and Orthopaedics n.a. R.R. Vreden Department of Neurological Surgery ul. Akademika Baykova, Dom 8 195427 St-Petersburg Russian Federation Phone: +7-812-5509535 +7-921-7547754 Fax: +7-812-5507988 E-mail: jamilrzaev@yahoo.com jamilrzaev@bk.ru Russian Federation
  22. 22. Neurosurgery 2009 Milenko Savic, MD Specialist Military Medical Academy Department of Neurological Surgery Crnotravska 17 11000 Belgrade Serbia Phone: +381-11-3608013 +381-63-241252 Fax: +381-11-666164 E-mail: milenkos@eunet.rs neuro_doca@yahoo.com Serbia Hamisi Kimaro Shabani, MD, PhD Specialist Muhimbili Orthopedric Institute Department of Neurological Surgery Malik Road, Upanga PO Box 65474 Dar es Salaam Tanzania, United Republic of Phone: +255-222-153298 Fax: +255-222-152938 E-mail: hshabanijp@moi.ac.tz hshabanijp@yahoo.co.uk Tanzania Budu Shalamberidze, MD Specialist, Teaching/research/clinical Assistant I. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Clinical Hospital Department of Neurological Surgery Division of Spinal Cord Injury Medicine Aghmashenebili Ave. 60 0102 Tbilisi Georgia Phone: +995-32-951714 +995-99-588032 E-mail: bubashal@yahoo.com bubasi@posta.ge Georgia
  23. 23. Neurosurgery 2009 Fazulla Smagulov, MD Staff Physician Republican Scientific Center of Neurosurgery Department of Neurological Surgery Division of Vascular Surgery Turan Ave. 34/1 010000 Astana Kazakhstan Phone: +7-7172-511590 +7-701-5278910 Fax: +7-7172-511590 E-mail: yermakh@yandex.ru Kazakhstan Jonas Streikus, MD Specialist National Rehabilitation Centre Vaivari Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Division of Orthopaedic Surgery of the Spine Asaru Prosp. 61 2008 Jurmala Latvia Phone: +371-77-66122 +371-29-562796 Fax: +371-77-66314 E-mail: jostr@inbox.lv Latvia Valerii Timirgaz, MD, PhD Division Chief, Associate Professor Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery Department of Neurological Surgery Division of Surgical Critical Care Corolenco 2 2028 Chisinau Moldova, Republic of Phone: +37322-32-2056 +37322-20-5514 Fax: +3732-73-3259 E-mail: timirgaz@mail.ru vtimirgaz@yahoo.com Moldova
  24. 24. Neurosurgery 2009 Alexander Trashin, MD Specialist St-Petersburg Medical Academy of Postgraduate Study Department of Neurological Surgery Kirochnaya Str. 41 191015 Saint-Petersburg Russian Federation Phone: +7-812-2722506/510-94-07 +7-906-2293266 Fax: +7-812-5109407 E-mail: atrashin@gmail.com petrograd2005@gmail.com Russian Federation Marat Yusupov, MD Specialist St-Petersburg Medical Academy of Postgraduate Study Department of Neurological Surgery Kirochnaya Str. 41 193015 Saint-Petersburg Russian Federation Phone: +7-812-5109407 +7-921-7798388 E-mail: maratMD_13@mail.ru dr.marat@mail.ru Russian Federation Arman Zakaryan, MD, PhD Attending Physician, Assistant Professor Yerevan State Medical University Department of Neurological Surgery Koryun Str. 2 0025 Yerevan Armenia Phone: +374-10-318152 +374-91-943370 E-mail: armzak75@yahoo.com armzak@gmail.com Armenia
  25. 25. Neurosurgery 2009 Tamas Zsoldos, MD Resident, Teaching/research/clinical Assistant Szegedi Tudomanyegyetem Department of Neurological Surgery Semmelweis u. 6 6725 Szeged Hungary Phone: +36-62-546495 +36-30-5521693 E-mail: twomops@t-email.hu deak_gabor@yahoo.com Hungary Oleksiy Zvonar'ov, MD Specialist, Teaching/research/clinical Assistant Neurosurgery Institute Department of Neurological Surgery Manuilsky 32 04050 Kyiv Ukraine Phone: +380-44-4839614 +380-50-6130203 E-mail: zvonaryov_al@mail.ru Ukraine

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