Please stop by the NREF booth (#4642) at the AANS Annual Scientific Meeting, share the name of your mentor and pick up a free, limited-edition 2016-2017 Rhoton Collection® calendar.
In Memoriam: Albert L. Rhoton, Jr., MD, FAANS(L),
passed away on February 21, 2016, at the age of 83. A lifetime of influential
achievements in the field of neurosurgery gained him the respect of his peers worldwide.
Donations in memory of Dr. Rhoton can be made by visiting the Donate page and selecting “Honor Your Neurosurgical Mentor” as your donation option. Access
to the Rhoton Collection®, an interactive site providing Dr. Rhoton’s slides, video lectures and an
interactive atlas, is available by clicking on the Educational Resources tab on the left and
selecting “The Rhoton Collection®.”
The NREF is dedicated to funding groundbreaking neurosurgical research and providing extraordinary educational opportunities for neurosurgeons at all stages of their careers. Through voluntary public donations, corporate support and partnerships with institutions and affiliated organizations, the NREF has funded:
- 60 Resident/Fellow Education Courses
- 64 Post-Residency Clinical Fellowships
- 71 Young Clinician Research Grants
- 119 Medical Student Summer Research Fellowships
- 121 Resident Research Grants
This represents more than $17 million invested in the future of neurosurgery. Through the NREF, great advances have been made in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders and improved patient care.
And the NREF is poised for even greater success in its mission to support initiatives that impact the lives of those suffering from epilepsy, stroke, brain tumors, spinal disorders, sports-related head injuries, lower back pain and Parkinson's disease.
Watch this page for exciting announcements in 2016!
The NREF is dedicated to funding research into new and existing neurosurgical treatments, and to identifying links between best practices and improved outcomes in patient care. Your donations to the NREF, a tax-exempt organization under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, are deductible for computing income and estate taxes.
5-ALA in Fluoresence Webinar
The Neurosurgery Research & Education Foundation (NREF) with support from Leica Microsystems presents this free webinar entitled, "What is the Surgical Benefit of Utilizing 5-Aminolevulinic Acid (5-ALA) for Fluorescence-Guided Surgery of Brain Tumors?," led by Costas G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD, FAANS.
The AANS/NREF Resident Education Series:
See what residents say about the NREF education experience.