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AANS Neurosurgeon | Volume 27, Number 2, 2018

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A Rejuvenating Sabbatical

A Rejuvenating Sabbatical

Ann-Christine Duhaime, MD, FAANS | Features

Editor’s Note: Within academics, taking sabbatical is common practice – an opportunity well  into one’s career to gain new skills, explore new avenues, enhance networking and sustain a long and often arduous career. Few in …

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Summer: Sun*Burnt

Summer: Sun*Burnt

Deborah L. Benzil, MD, FAANS | Departments | Editorial License

Summertime, and the living is easy…or is it? Summer evokes luminous images: sun, sand, sandals, ripe berries, tomatoes, flowers.  It also represents a time for blissful activities – swimming, reaping the earth’s bounty, love and taking …

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Finding Balance in a Demanding Career

Finding Balance in a Demanding Career

Shelly D. Timmons, MD, PhD, FACS, FAANS | Inside Neurosurgeon | President's Perspective

Neurosurgery is unquestionably a demanding profession, requiring years of dedicated training and professional development, maintenance of exquisite attention to detail and technical skill and an ability to maintain empathy in the face of the often-devastating …

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The Art of Neurosurgery

The Art of Neurosurgery

Remi A. Kessler | AANS Student

By day, I am a medical student. I often come home late at night and contemplate what I have learned or witnessed in the hospital. Removed from the endless stack of textbooks, it is clear …

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Calendar/Courses

2019 Mayo Clinic Advancements in Surgical & Medical Management of the Spine
Jan. 13-17, 2019; Kohala Coast, Big Island, Hawaii

Pituitary Education Day
Jan. 16-18, 2019; Orlando, Fla.

Innovations in Endoscopic Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery
Jan. 16-19, 2019; Celebration, Fla.