2015 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference

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David Plas, PhD, presents at the 2015 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference.

David Plas, PhD, presents at the 2015 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference.

Welcome
by Luke Pater, MD
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Healing and Brain Tumors: Is There More than Traditional Medicine has to Offer?
by Rekha Chaudhary, MD
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Mindfulness Meditation
by Geraldine Wu, MD
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Brain Tumor Research at UC: Discovery, Innovation & Progress
by David Plas, PhD
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Minimally Invasive Brain Tumor Surgery / Skull Base Surgery
by Norberto Andaluz, MD
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Breakout Sessions:

Glioma Breakout
by Christopher McPherson, MD, Dale Greene, RN, Connie Wagenknecht, CNP
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Acoustic Neuroma Breakout
by Ravi Samy, MD, Mario Zuccarello, MD, Luke Pater, MD
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Meningioma Breakout
by John Breneman, MD, Mary Gaskill-Shipley, MD, Ronald Warnick, MD
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Pituitary Adenoma Breakout
by Norberto Andaluz, MD, Timothy Struve, MD, Lee Zimmer, MD, PhD
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Wellness Breakout
by Rekha Chaudhary, MD, Geraldine Wu, MD

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