FRIDAY, June 6

    4:00 pm–6:00pm Registration Conrad Hotel, Elevator Landing, 2nd floor

    SATURDAY, June 4 – Executive Council Members Only

    7:00 am – 8:30 am Members & PD Breakfast Conrad Hotel, Vienna South
    7:30 am – 1:00pm Executive Council Meeting Conrad Hotel, Vienna North

    SATURDAY, June 4 – All

    8:00 am–5:00pm Registration IUPUI Campus Hine Hall, Entry Foyer
    Moderator: Gregory J. Zipfel, MD Hine Hall Auditorium
    9:00–9:45 am Bootcamp and Junior Resident Course Update
    – Richard W. Byrne, MDThomas C. Origitano, MDGanesh Rao, MD
    – Moderator: Carl B. Heilman, MD
    9:45–10:00 am Neurosurgical Portal: Overview
    – Warren R. Selman, MD; Nicholas C. Bambakidis, MD
    10:00–10:10 am RUNN Course Update
    – Allan H. Friedman, MD, PhD
    10:10–10:25 am CAST: Update
    – Steven L. Giannotta, MD
    10:25–10:35 am Maternity & Paternity Leave During Residency
    – Lola B. Chambless, MD
    10:35–10:50 am Break
    10:50–11:10 am Report on Physician Burnout, Depression, and Suicide
    – Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, MDBenjamin Kennedy, MD
    11:10–11:25 am Results from a Novel Neurosurgery Residency Wellness Initiative
    – Alejandro Spiotta, MD
    11:25–11:50 am Medical Student Education Update & Match Committee Update
    – Daniel L. Barrow, MD
    Noon–1:00 pm Breakout Lunches:
    Diversity in Neurosurgery
    – Aruna Ganju, MD; Karin M. Muraszko, MD; Nathan R. Selden, MD
    Moderator: Judy Huang, MD
    Hine Hall Room 132
    Research & Scholarship
    –Bob S. Carter, MD; Russell R. Lonser, MD;
    John Sampson, MD
    Moderator: E. Sander Connolly, MD
    Hine Hall Room 137
    International Neurosurgery: Educational & Service Opportunities
    – Michael H. Haglund, MD; Peter Nakaji, MD; Mark E. Shaffrey, MD Moderator: Robert J. Dempsey, MD
    Hine Hall Room 139



    Moderator: Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, MD
    1:00–1:15 pm Neurosurgery RRC Update
    – Kim J. Burchiel, MD
    1:15–1:30 pm Milestones Update
    – Nathan R. Selden, MD, PhD
    1:30–1:45 pm Duty Hours Update
    Robert E. Harbaugh, MD
    1:45–2:30 pm Case Logs Minimum Panel
    – Timothy B. Mapstone, MD (pediatrics); Robert Spinner, MD (peripheral nerve); Fernando L. Vale, MD (epilepsy/functional); John A. Wilson, MD (carotids); Jacques J. Morcos, MD (open vascular)
    Moderator: Linda Liau, MD, PhD
    2:30–2:45 pm Break
    2:45–3:00 pm Program Director & Associate Program Director Qualifications, Duties, Stipends
    – Kim J. Burchiel, MDGregory J. Zipfel, MD
    3:00–3:45 pm Scholarship in Residency Panel
    – Panelists: Aviva Abosch, MD, PhD; William T. Couldwell, MD; Paul Larson, MDNelson M. Oyesiku, MD, PhD Moderator: Jason P. Sheehan, MD
    3:45–4:00 pm Residency Q & A
    – Kim J. Burchiel, MD; Pamela L. Derstine, PhD


    4:30–5:30 pm SNS Committee Meetings
    4:30–6:30 pm CAST Meeting London Room
    4:30–5:30 pm Research Meeting New York
    4:30–5:30 pm Resident Courses Committee Singapore A
    5:00–5:30 pm CoRE Committee Singapore A
    4:30–5:30 pm Portal Executive Committee Singapore B
    4:30–5:30 pm Undergraduate Education Committee Hong Kong
    6:30–9:00 pm Opening Reception: Columbia Club on the Circle, Crystal Terrace, 3rd floor(heavy hors d’oeuvres served)


    6:00–7:30 am Breakfast Conrad Hotel, Vienna North/South
    7:00 am–5:00 pm Registration IUPUI Campus, Hine Hall, Entry Foyer


    Indiana University Host Program Hine Hall Auditorium
    Moderator: Nicholas M. Barbaro, MD

    Integration with School Health Systems

    8:00–8:10 am Welcome Remarks
    – Nicholas M. Barbaro, MD
    8:10–8:25 am Indiana University School of Medicine
    – Jay L. Hess, MD, PhD, MHSA
    8:25–8:40 am Indiana University Health
    – Dennis M. Murphy
    8:40–8:55 am Eskenazi Health
    – Lisa E. Harris, MD
    8:55–9:10 am History of the IU Department of Neurological Surgery
    – Nicholas M. Barbaro, MD
    9:10–9:25 am Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine
    – Mitesh V. Shah, MD
    9:25–9:40 am IU Neurosurgery Training Program
    – Scott A. Shapiro, MD

    Sub-specialty Organization

    9:40–9:50 am Neuro-trauma Program
    – Richard B. Rodgers, MD
    9:50–10:00 am Vascular Program
    – Thomas J. Leipzig, MD
    10:00–10:20 am Break
    10:20–10:30 am Spine Surgery Program
    – Saad A. Khairi, MD
    10:30–10:40 am Surgical Oncology
    – Aaron A. Cohen–Gadol, MD
    10:40–10:50 am Pediatric Neurosurgery
    – Jodi L. Smith, MD, PhD
    10:50–11:00 am Functional Neurosurgery
    – Thomas C. Witt, MD

    Neuroscience Program

    11:00–11:15 am Stark Neuroscience Institute
    – Bruce T. Lamb, PhD
    11:15–11:30 am Neuroscience Research Imaging
    – Andrew J. Saykin, PsyD
    11:30–11:45 am Traumatic Brain Injury Research –
    Thomas W. McAllister, MD

    Special Lecture

    11:45 am–Noon History of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    – Scott A. Shapiro, MD
    Noon–1:00 pm Lunch: Senior Leadership Q & A
    – Henry Brem, MD; Ralph G. Dacey, MD; Arthur L. Day, MD; Steven L. Giannotta, MD; Harry R. van Loveren, MD Moderator: Anil Nanda, MD
    Hine Hall Ballroom


    Resident Discipline, Development, and Scholarship Hine Hall Auditorium
    Moderator: Jason P. Sheehan, MD, PhD


    1:00–1:25 pm National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Update
    – Walter J. Koroshetz, MD, Director, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
    1:25–2:10 pm Discipline & Remediation of Residents: Case Vignettes
    Marvin Bergsneider, MDRichard W. Byrne, MDGriffith R. Harsh IV, MDFady T. Charbel, MD Moderator: Gregory J. Zipfel, MD
    2:10–2:15 pm Introduction of Keynote Speaker
    – James M. Ecklund, MD
    2:15–2:45 pm Keynote Address: Training, Discipline, and Remediation at West Point
    – Timothy Trainor, PhD, Brigadier General, U.S. Army, Dean of the Academic Board, West Point
    2:45–3:00 pm Break
    3:00–3:05 pm Introduction of Keynote Speaker
    – Nicholas M. Barbaro, MD
    3:05–3:20 pm Keynote Address: Recognition & Fostering of Talent
    – Gwyn Richards, Dean of the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University
    3:20–3:35 pm Keynote Address: Selection Practices & Determinants of Success
    – Idalene F. Kesner, Dean, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
    3:35–4:00 pm Panel Discussion
    – Ralph G. Dacey, Jr., MD; Idalene F. Kesner, Dean, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University; Gwyn Richards, Dean of the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University; Timothy Trainor, PhD, Brigadier General, U.S. Army, Dean of the Academic Board, West Point
    Moderator: Anil Nanda, MD, MPH, FACS
    4:00–4:05 pm Introduction of Winn Award Lecturer
    – Ralph G. Dacey, Jr., MD
    4:05–5:00 pm Winn Award Lecture
    Neuroinflammation and the Evolving Pharmacotherapy of Acute Stroke
    – E. Sander Connolly, Jr., MD
    7:00–10:00 pm Reception Dinner at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway/Pagoda and laps around the track
    (Attire: Track Casual—Black & White)


    6:30– 7:30 am Members Only Breakfast and Business Meeting Conrad Hotel, Vienna North/South
    6:30–7:30 am Non-Members Breakfast Conrad Hotel, Vienna East/West
    7:00 am–5:00 pm Registration IUPUI Campus, Hine Hall, Entry Foyer


    CAST, Core and One Neurosurgery Hine Hall Auditorium
    Moderator: Anil Nanda, MD, MPH, FACS
    8:00–8:07 am Point: CAST Fellowships
    – Arthur L. Day, MD
    8:07–8:14 am Counterpoint: CAST Fellowships
    – Fredric B. Meyer, MD
    8:14–8:40 am CAST Fellowship Interactive Discussion: Implications for Critical Care, Endovascular, Pediatric, and Spine
    – Frederick A. Boop, MD (pediatrics); Daniel K. Resnick, MD (spine); B. Gregory Thompson, Jr., MD (endovascular); Alex B. Valadka, MD; (critical care and trauma) Moderator: Fredric B. Meyer, MD
    8:40–9:15 am What is Core Neurosurgery?
    Reid C. Thompson, MDMark E. Shaffrey, MDJeffrey N. Bruce, MDKim J. Burchiel, MD Moderator: Richard G. Ellenbogen, MD
    9:15–10:00 am One Neurosurgery: E Pluribus Unum
    – Frederick A. Boop, MD, AANS President; Kim J. Burchiel, MD, RRC Chair; Robert E. Harbaugh, MD, SNS President; Russell R. Lonser, MD, CNS President; Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD, ABNS Chair Moderator: Anil Nanda, MD, MPH, FACS
    10:00–10:15 am Break
    10:15–10:50 am The Young Neurosurgeon’s Perspective
    – Katie Bandt, MD, Epilepsy Fellow, Yale School of Medicine (Residency at Washington University); Leif-Erik Bohman, MD, Delaware Neurosurgical Group, P.A. (Residency at the University of Pennsylvania); Will Copeland, MD, Chief Resident, Mayo Clinic Moderator: L. Dade Lunsford, MD
    10:50–11:00 am NREF Update
    Jon H. Robertson, MD, FAANS
    11:00–11:05 am Medical Student Teaching Award
    – To be presented by Daniel L. Barrow, MD, and Robert E. Harbaugh, MD
    11:05–11:10 am Distinguished Service Award – Edward H. Oldfield, MD
    – To be presented by Robert E. Harbaugh, MD
    11:10–11:15 am Introduction of SNS President
    – Alan R. Cohen, MD
    11:15–11:55 am Presidential Address: One Neurosurgery: The SNS as the Neurosurgical Keystone
    – Robert E. Harbaugh, MD
    11:55 am–Noon Presentation of the Presidential Gavel
    – Robert E. Harbaugh, MD; Alan R. Cohen, MD
    Noon–1:00 pm Lunch Hine Hall Ballroom


    Clinical Science Update Hine Hall Auditorium
    Moderator: Alan R. Cohen, MD
    1:00–1:20 pm Historical Vignette: Ernest Sachs: His Neurosurgery Education Legacy
    – Introduction of Speaker: Donald O. Quest, MD
    – Speaker: Robert L. Grubb, Jr., MD
    1:20–1:25 pm Introduction of Keynote Speaker
    – Gregory J. Zipfel, MD
    1:25–1:55 pm Keynote Address: Failings of Surgical Education
    – Debra A. DaRosa, PhD, Professor Emeritus in Surgery, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
    1:55–2:00 pm Introduction of Grossman Award and Lecture
    – Robert E. Harbaugh, MD
    2:00–2:55 pm Grossman Award Lecture Human Connectomics – New Tools and Approaches for Mapping the Brain
    – Olaf Sporns, PhD, Robert H. Shaffer Chair, Distinguished Professor, and Provost Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University in Bloomington

    Neurosurgery Scientific Update

    2:55–3:10 pm Break
    3:10–3:25 pm Stroke Update
    – Kevin M. Cockroft, MD
    3:25–3:40 pm Tumor Update
    – Anthony L. Asher, MD
    3:40–3:55 pm Spine Deformity Update
    – Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD
    3:55–4:10 pm NIH Alternative to Randomized Trials
    – E. Antonio Chiocca, MD
    4:10–4:30 pm The Interface of Neuroscience and Engineering
    – Steven J. Schiff, MD, PhD
    4:30–5:00pm Scientific Update: Panel Discussion
    – Anthony L. Asher, MD; Kevin M. Cockroft, MD; Steven J. Schiff, MD, PhD; Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD Moderator: E. Antonio Chiocca, MD
    6:30–7:30 pm Cocktails at Indiana Roof Ballrom
    7:30–10:30 pm Banquet at Indiana Roof Ballroom (Attire: Black Tie)



    6:00–7:30 am Breakfast Conrad Hotel, Vienna North/South


    Updates in Neurosurgery Organization IUH Neuroscience Center, Goodman Hall Auditorium, 1 st floor
    Moderator: M. Sean Grady, MD


    8:00–8:20 am ABNS Update
    – Richard G. Ellenbogen, MD
    8:20–8:40 am Washington Committee Update
    – Shelly D. Timmons, MD, PhD
    8:40–8:45 am Introduction of Keynote Speaker
    – Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, MD
    8:45–9:15 am Keynote Address: Burnout & Remediation of College Athletes
    – Brian Hainline, MD, Chief Medical Officer of the National Collegiate Athletic Association
    9:15–10:00 am Practice Compensation Models Panel
    – Cargill H. Alleyne, Jr., MDMatthew G. Ewend, MDM. Sean Grady, MDSteven N. Kalkanis, MD Moderator: John G. Golfinos, MD
    10:00 am Adjourn
    10:30 am–12:30 pm Executive Council Meeting Goodman Campbell Board Room


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