• “One of the factors that attracted me to neurosurgery was the fact that some of the most common and aggressive brain tumors are not curable by surgery. We need a better understanding of how these tumors form, develop and became malignant and interact with host cells. Such an understanding will pave the way for the development of better adjuvant non-surgical therapies against the tumors.”
    Dr. Babacar Cisse, M.D. Ph.D., Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center (2018-2019: How Brain Tumors Develop, Grow, and Become Malignant)

We use cookies to improve the performance of our site, to analyze the traffic to our site, and to personalize your experience of the site. You can control cookies through your browser settings. Please find more information on the cookies used on our site here. Privacy Policy