Brain Anatomy with Surgical Applications Course

Online Course Registration

Course Title

5th Annual Swedish Neuroscience Institute Brain Anatomy with Surgical Applications Course for Residents & Fellows


March 21-22, 2014


Seattle Science Foundation, 550 17th Ave., Suite 600, Seattle, Washington 98122


The Registration Fee for this conference is being supported by educational grants from industry. For out-of-town attendees, shared hotel rooms (room & tax only) at the Silver Cloud Hotel for two nights will be covered. In addition, the course will provide a $550 flight stipend for  residents to fly to/from Seattle. Travel to/from airport and meals outside of course functions, as well as the costs for uninvited guests and other miscellaneous expenses are not reimbursable and are the responsibility of the attendee.

Course Description

The course focuses on cranial neurosurgery, including advanced anatomy, intraventricula approaches, and clinical management of patients.  We welcome a diverse faculty that includes Dr. Guilherme Ribas, an internationally renowned neurosurgeon from Brazil who teaches neuro-anatomy through 3-D presentations that are second to none.  In addition to faculty from the Swedish Neuroscience Institute, we are also pleased to feature Drs. Robert Gross, Kathryn Holloway and Francisco Ponce who will give didactic presentations and teach skull base approaches in the Seattle Science Foundation BioSkills laboratory.

For more information, please see the complete agenda and faculty list.

Registration Form

This course is for senior neurosurgical residents and fellows who will graduate within two years.

Space is limited to 24. Please register early.

All fields must be completed in order to submit this registration form.

Please print a copy for your records before clicking “submit”.

By submitting the registration below, I certify that I am beginning my fourth year Neurosurgical Residency/Fellowship on or before July 1, 2014, and that my program director has approved my registration for this course