Weill Cornell Medicine neurosurgeons are committed to continuing education — not only for medical students and residents but also for other physicians and neurosurgeons worldwide. Our Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses include research updates, state-of-the-art minimally invasive brain and spine surgery techniques, transnasal approaches to skull base surgery and other endoscopic surgical procedures. We also offer monthly Grand Rounds lectures on topics that are of interest to neurosurgeons and providers in related fields, and an annual Neurotrauma course in Tanzania.
See list of upcoming courses, Grand Rounds, and other events.
Diversity Week Grand Rounds 2023: The State of Diversity in the Medical Profession, featuring special guest Dr. Wayne Frederick, president of Howard University
Weill Cornell Medical College is authorized by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide CME credit. All applications, therefore, must meet both Weill Cornell Medicine and ACCME guidelines for CME activities. CME Office staff members are available to answer questions and assist with aspects of conference and course planning as well as the CME application procedure. All inquiries should be directed to CME administrator Juliet Doncell: (212) 746-2631.
We hold four hands-on lab courses each year:
Principles and Techniques of Complex Spinal Reconstruction
Transorbital Skull Base Course: Minimally Invasive Cranial Neurosurgery
Endoscopic and Open Surgical Approaches for Craniosynostosis: A Hands-On Practical Course
NYC-MISS: Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery and Navigation Hands-on Symposium
In addition, we hold up to six additional lecture courses each year on a wide range of sub-specialties, including neurotrauma, pediatrics, neuropsychology, brain metastases, stereotactic radiosurgery, spine tumors, pituitary disorders, and more. Check our schedule of upcoming courses to see what's on the calendar this year.
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