Workshop Basic Neurosurgical Skills On Friday 26th of October 2018, for the 1st time the workshop Basic Neurosurgical Skills will be held at Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. This course offers an unique opportunity for beginning residents in neurosurgery. During this day you can practice basic neurosurgical skills in a safe environment under [...]
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Prof. Bartels now past president of the CSRS During the 34th Annual Meeting of the Cervical Spine Research Society (European section) professor Ronald Bartels handed over the chairmanship to Björn Zoëga, orthopedic surgeon from Stockholm, Sweden.
Interview with Dr. Joost de Vries in Neuronews In the January edition of Neuronews dr. Joost de Vries speaks about the eclips device which is being studied now in the EESIS trial. He is the principal investigator of the study, read the original article by clicking on the picture below.
Research Intern new neuro-imaging techniques of the conus medullaris For our research project about spinal cord Injury, we are looking for an enthusiast medical or biomedical student with interest in neuro-anatomy. Using DTI tractography and Polarized Light Imaging (PLI) this project aims to map the neural networks which are involved in mobility. For this [...]
Fellow Endovascular Neurosurgery I am Doortje Engel. I grew up and studied medicine and did my Master of Neuroscience in Rotterdam. In 2008 I defended my PhD-thesis in traumatic brain injury. After that I left for Germany and Switzerland to become a neurosurgeon. During my training in Heidelberg (prof. A. Unterberg), Bern (prof. A. [...]
ORAL PRESENTATION AND POSTER DURING 13TH INTERNATIONAL NEUROMODULATION SOCIETY, EDINBURGH, TITLE: “PATIENTS’ EXPECTATIONS ON SCS FOR FAILED BACK SURGERY SYNDROME: A QUALITATIVE EXPLORATION”kdebree2019-10-14T21:32:25+00:00
During the 13th World Congress of the INS in Edinburgh (27 May-1 June), our researcher Dylan Henssen presented our study titled “Patients’ expectations on spinal cord stimulation for failed back surgery syndrome: a qualitative exploration”. The results of this study show that pain intensity is not the principal domain that patients expect changes in. This [...]
E POSTER DURING ANNUAL MEETING OF ISMRM IN HONOLULU, TITLE: “EX-VIVO VISUALIZATION OF THE HUMAN TRIGEMINAL PATHWAYS USING 11.7T DIFFUSION MRI AND UNIQUE MICROSCOPY DATAkdebree2019-10-14T21:33:32+00:00
During the 25th Annual meeting of the ISMRM in Honolulu, Hawai (22-27 April), our researcher Dylan Henssen presented an E poster about visualization of the trigeminal pathways using 11.7T MRI and unique microscopic data. The goal of this study is to investigate the anatomy of the trigeminal fibers in the human brainstem in order to [...]
During the 6th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain (NeuPSIG 2017) our researcher Dylan Henssen and neurosurgeon Erkan Kurt presented their work on the long-term effects of motor cortex stimulation. In case you have questions please contact Dylan Henssen
Funding for new aneurysm treatment Jeroen Boogaarts received a grant (192,000 euro) from the Innovatiefonds Zorgverzekeraars to evaluate a new treatment for brain aneurysms. This new endovascular treatment consists of placing a new type of stent, a so called flow diverter, in the diseased vessel. This enables thrombosis of the aneurysm and overgrowth of new [...]