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Imaging Cancer March 2022

A new multidisciplinary paper by researchers from Weill Cornell Medicine neurosurgery, radiation oncology, and radiology has been selected for the March 2022 cover of the journal Radiology: Imaging Cancer. The paper reports on significant findings that promise improved post-operative care for patients who have undergone brain surgery for a meningioma.

Meningiomas, which are the most common type of brain tumor, are typically treated with surgery. After...

Mark Souweidane, MD

In an international collaboration to describe effective treatment strategies for intracranial germ cell tumors, Dr. Mark Souweidane and two dozen investigators from Europe and North America have published a new consensus statement to guide decision making. The paper, “Intracranial germ cell tumors in Adolescents and Young Adults: European and North American consensus review, current management and future development,” was published in the November 1, 2021, issue of the journal Neuro-...

Brain Tumor Stem Cells / Photo Credit: Nadia Dahmane, PhD

The recent announcement that Dr. Michael Kaplitt has been awarded a three-year, $9 million grant to study Parkinson’s disease is the latest in a series of funding awards that are fueling innovation at Weill Cornell Medicine Neurological Surgery. Dr. Kaplitt’s grant, from the Aligning Sciences Across Parkinson’s (ASAP) initiative, will put him at the helm of an ambitious and innovative...