Neurological Institute and theTaussig Cancer Institute present14th AnnualBrain Tumor Update and3rd AnnualInternational Sym...
14th AnnualBrain Tumor Update and3rd AnnualInternational Symposium on Long-Term Control of Metastases to the BrainAbout th...
FacultyCleveland Clinic Symposium DirectorsManmeet Ahluwalia, MD                             Steven Rosenfeld, MD, PhDSymp...
AgendaSeptember 22, 2012 Brain MetastasesMedical Management and Imaging of Brain Metastases (10:15 am - 12:45 pm)Medical M...
September 23, 2012 GliomasGliomas in the Molecular Age (10:00 am - 12:00 pm)Management of GBM in 2012 – Mark GilbertState-...
General InformationLocationThe Bellagio Hotel3600 Las Vegas Blvd SouthLas Vegas, NV 89109Telephone: 888-987-6667The Bellag...
Registration Form                                                       For Office Use Only: 020901                       ...
Neurological Institute and theTaussig Cancer Institute present                                             The Cleveland C...
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14th Annual Brain Tumor Update AND 3rd Annual International Symposium on Long-Term Control of Metastases to the Brain and Spine

  1. 1. Neurological Institute and theTaussig Cancer Institute present14th AnnualBrain Tumor Update and3rd AnnualInternational Symposium onLong-Term Control ofMetastases to the Brain September 22-23, 2012 The Bellagio • Las Vegas In Collaboration With Register online at www.ccfcme.org/BrainMets12
  2. 2. 14th AnnualBrain Tumor Update and3rd AnnualInternational Symposium on Long-Term Control of Metastases to the BrainAbout the SymposiumBetter control of systemic disease and more aggressive treatments have led toenhanced survival in patients with CNS metastasis. Little focus, however, has beenplaced on the long-term control of CNS metastasis and the impact of such controlon the patient. This symposium will examine interventions, controversies, and lateeffects associated with long-term control of central nervous system metastasis. Thesymposium will also focus on biology of glioma and potential for innovative therapeu-tic approaches to treatment of glioblastoma. Discuss the roles of surgery, radiationtherapy and systemic therapy in treatment of gliomas.Learning Objectives1. Discuss the roles of surgery, radiation therapy and systemic therapy in the long-term control of CNS metastasis.2. Discuss the long-term neurocognitive toxicities of treatment of brain metastasis.3. Discuss the biology of glioma and potential for innovative therapeutic approaches in treatment of gliomas.4. Discuss the roles of surgery, radiation therapy and systemic therapy in treatment of gliomas.Target AudienceNeurosurgeons, Radiation Oncologists, Medical Oncologists, Neuro-oncologists,Neurologists, and allied healthcare professionals who work with patients with tumors. Register online at www.ccfcme.org/BrainMets12
  3. 3. FacultyCleveland Clinic Symposium DirectorsManmeet Ahluwalia, MD Steven Rosenfeld, MD, PhDSymposium Co-Director Symposium Co-DirectorGene Barnett, MD John Suh, MDSymposium Co-Director Symposium Co-DirectorGuest FacultyMitchel Berger, MD Christina Myers, MDUniversity of California San Francisco MD Anderson Cancer CenterSan Francisco, CA Houston, TXAlexandre Carpentier, MD, PhD Whitney Pope, MD, PhDPitié Salpetriere Hospital University of California Los Angeles MedicalParis, France Center Los Angeles, CAEric Chang, MDUniversity of Southern California Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa, MDLos Angeles, CA The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Baltimore, MDE. Antonio Chiocca, MD, PhDOhio State University Arjun Sahgal, MDColumbus, OH Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Toronto, Ontario, CanadaMark Gilbert, MDMD Anderson Cancer Center Raymond Sawaya, MDHouston, TX MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TXMichael Glantz, MDPenn State College of Medicine, Hershey Medical Scott Soltys, MDCenter Stanford UniversityHershey, PA Stanford, CAMaciej Lesniak, MD Patrick Wen, MDUniversity of Chicago Dana Farber Cancer InstituteChicago, IL Boston, MAMinesh Mehta, MDNorthwestern UniversityEvanston, ILCleveland Clinic FacultyManmeet Ahluwalia, MD Steven Rosenfeld, MD, PhDSymposium Co-Director Symposium Co-DirectorGene Barnett, MD Glen Stevens, DO, PhDSymposium Co-Director John Suh, MDSamuel Chao, MD Symposium Co-DirectorCandece Gladson, MD Jose Valerio-Pascua, MDDavid Peereboom, MD Michael Vogelbaum, MD, PhD Register online at www.ccfcme.org/BrainMets12
  4. 4. AgendaSeptember 22, 2012 Brain MetastasesMedical Management and Imaging of Brain Metastases (10:15 am - 12:45 pm)Medical Management Issues in Brain Metastasis – Glen StevensOverview of the Role of Chemotherapy – Brain Metastasis – David PeereboomTargeted Therapy for Brain Metastasis – Manmeet AhluwaliaResponse Criteria for Brain Metastases Post-radiosurgery: Issues and FutureConsensus – Arjun SahgalLeptomeningeal Disease – Michael GlantzChemo Brain – Christina MyersSurgical and Radiation Therapy of Brain Metastases (1:00 pm - 3:00 pm)Surgery for Brain Metastasis – Raymond SawayaLaser Interstitial Thermal Therapy for Brain Metastases – Alexandre CarpentierWhole Brain Radiation Therapy for Brain Metastasis – Minesh MehtaRadiosurgery for Brain Metastasis – John SuhStereotactic Radiosurgery to Postsurgical Resection Bed for Brain Metastasis –Scott SoltysRadiation Necrosis – Samuel ChaoControversies in Management of Brain Metastases (3:30 pm - 4:30 pm)Stereotactic Radiosurgery with/without Whole Brain Radiation Therapy – Eric Chang& John SuhSurgery with Whole Brain Radiation Therapy vs. Surgery Followed by Radiosurgeryto the Surgical Cavity – Minesh Mehta & Scott SoltysSurgery vs Radiosurgery – Raymond Sawaya & Michael Vogelbaum Register online at www.ccfcme.org/BrainMets12
  5. 5. September 23, 2012 GliomasGliomas in the Molecular Age (10:00 am - 12:00 pm)Management of GBM in 2012 – Mark GilbertState-of-the-Art Imaging in Primary Brain Tumors – Whitney PopeAngiogenesis – Candece GladsonMigration and Invasion – Steven RosenfeldStem Cells – Alfredo Quiñones-HinojosaClinical Trials on the Horizon – Manmeet AhluwaliaControversies in the Management of Gliomas (1:00 pm - 3:00 pm)The Case for Aggressive Surgical Resection for Low Grade Gliomas – Mitchel BergerIs There a Role for Radiation Therapy for Low Grade Gliomas? – Sam ChaoCase for Chemotherapy for Low Grade Gliomas – Patrick WenIs There a Role for Immunotherapy for Gliomas? – Maciej LesniakSurgical Resection of High-Grade Insular Gliomas, Importance of DTI and fMRIImaging – Jose Valerio-PascuaGene and Viral Therapy for Glioblastoma: A Review of Clinical Trials and FutureDirections – E. Antonio ChioccaAdvanced Surgical Approaches in the Treatment of Brain Tumors(3:30 - 4:30 pm)Minimally Invasive Skull Base Surgery – Alfredo Quiñones-HinojosaLaser Interstitial Thermal Therapy for Glioblastoma – Gene BarnettConvection Enhanced Delivery – Michael Vogelbaum Call For Papers Poster and platform participants will be solicited for poster and platform presentations. Posters will be on display throughout the symposium. Poster session participants will be notified of acceptance as well as poster size and content requirements on or before August 27, 2012. Abstract Requirements • Deadline date: August 20, 2012. One entry per presenter. • Electronic submissions only through symposium web site at www.ccfcme.org/BrainMets12 • 250 word limit Register online at www.ccfcme.org/BrainMets12
  6. 6. General InformationLocationThe Bellagio Hotel3600 Las Vegas Blvd SouthLas Vegas, NV 89109Telephone: 888-987-6667The Bellagio is conveniently located 20 minutes from McCarran International Airport and locatedon the Las Vegas strip.Hotel ReservationsA block of rooms has been reserved at The Bellagio for $219 per night plus tax. To make areservation, contact the hotel directly at 888-987-6667 for room reservations departmentand mention this is for the “Cleveland Clinic Neurological Meeting”. Reservations must bemade by Wednesday, August 22, 2012.Registration and Cancellation InformationRegister at www.ccfcme.org/BrainMets12. Deadline for registration for the symposium is5:00 pm (EST), Tuesday, September 18, 2012. A request for a refund must be receivedin writing by Tuesday, September 18, 2012. No refunds will be given after September 18,but registration is transferable through September 23, 2012. A $50 cancellation fee will bededucted from the refund for all cancellations.Please Note: For questions about registration, please call 216-448-0777 or emailcmeregistration@ccf.org.Americans with Disabilities ActThe Cleveland Clinic Foundation Center for Continuing Education fully intends to comply with thelegal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you need assistance, please notifyMartha Tobin at 216-445-3449 or tobinm@ccf.org at least two weeks prior to the activity.Accreditation For PhysiciansThe Cleveland Clinic Foundation Center for Continuing Education is accredited by theAccreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Center for Continuing Education designates this live activityfor a maximum of 10.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only thecredit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Participants claiming CME credit from this activity may submit the credit hours to the AmericanOsteopathic Association Council on Continuing Medical Education for Category 2 credit.Faculty Disclosure StatementThe Cleveland Clinic Foundation Center for Continuing Education has implemented a policy tocomply with the current Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Standards forCommercial Support requiring resolution of all faculty conflicts of interest. Faculty declaring arelevant commercial interest will be identified in the activity syllabus.For additional information: Ms. Martha Tobin – 800-223-2273 ext. 53449(e-mail) tobinm@ccf.org / (fax) 216-445-4527
  7. 7. Registration Form For Office Use Only: 020901 Fee:__________ M.O.P.____________ Date: ________ CXL/Fee: _________14th AnnualBrain Tumor Update and3rd AnnualInternational Symposium on Long-Term Control ofMetastases to the BrainSeptember 22 - 23, 2012 (Please type or print clearly)Name_____________________________________________________ Degree_____________ First M.I. LastAddress______________________________________________________________________Company/Organization_________________________________________________________City, State, Zip Code___________________________________________________________Phone #______________________________ Fax #___________________________________E-mail________________________________________________________________________Specialty_____________________________________________________________________Symposium Registration Fee (Check appropriate box) Physicians/Surgeons: $495 International (practice outside USA) Physicians/Surgeons: $395 PhDs, Non-Physicians: $295 Residents*, Fellows*: $295 Nurses, PAs: $195 CCF Alumni: $297 CCF Comprecare Affiliates: $321.75 - Member I.D. Number ________________________Symposium fee includes registration materials, continental breakfasts, lunches and the reception.*Letter from program chairman or department chairman must accompany Resident/Fellow registration. I require a vegetarian meal. I will attend the reception  I will bring a guest to the reception (no charge)Payment Options Check Enclosed (Made payable to: The Cleveland Clinic Educational Foundation) Visa  MasterCard  AMEX  DiscoverCard #________________________________________________________________Name on Card______________________________________ Exp Date ______________Signature______________________________________________________________If you are unable to register online, FAX your registration to 216-448-0783.If paying by check, registration should be payable and MAILED to:The Cleveland Clinic Educational FoundationP.O. Box 931653Cleveland, OH 44193-1082Or, if paying by credit card, please register online atwww.ccfcme.org/BrainMets12 or fax registrationto 216-448-0783.(Once faxed, do not mail original registration.)
  8. 8. Neurological Institute and theTaussig Cancer Institute present The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Neurological Institute14th Annual 9500 Euclid Ave., S40Brain Tumor Update and Cleveland, OH 441953rd AnnualInternational Symposium on Long-TermControl of Metastases to the Brain September 22-23, 2012 The Bellagio • Las Vegas 90 Years Logo 4 color process

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