Michael T. Lawton, MD
Michael T Lawton, M.D. is the President and CEO of the Barrow Neurological Institute. He has extensive experience in the treatment of complex cerebrovascular diseases and has published landmark books on intracranial aneurysms, AVMs and Bypass surgery. He has operated more than 700 AVMs and will share his experience in a series of interactive lectures. As part of the meeting, there will be also a book signing event.
Charbel Mounayer, MD
Professor Charbel Mounayer is a Neuro-Interventionist at the INR Department in Limoges University Hospital and Professor at the Medicine University of Limoges (France). Dr. Mounayer is member of the Board of the French society of Neuroradiology. Invested in Educational he is member of the European Board of the European Course of Neuroradiology and Director of the French INR Diploma. He is Member of the world Federation of Interventional Neuroradiology. He is an honorary member of LIRA (Latvian Interventional Radiology Association) and of SOBRICE (Brazilian society of Interventional Radiology).
Jay P. Mohr, MD
Director and Neurologist, Doris and Stanley Tanenbaum Stroke Center Neurological Institute of New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center New York, NY.
Research is focused on clinical, radiologic and pathologic correlations of clinical stroke syndromes; doppler studies and cerebral hemodynamics of large-artery disease; arteriovenous malformations (AVMs); studies of the course and outcome of stroke and its various subtypes; cardiac and hematologic risk factors of stroke; and modification of stroke outcome by specific therapies tested in multi-center trials.
Bruce E. Pollock, MD
Board-certified neurological surgeon who has been on staff at Mayo Clinic's Rochester, Minnesota, campus since 1997. His clinical focus includes:
Surgical management of trigeminal neuralgia, including microvascular decompression, glycerol rhizotomy, balloon compression procedures and stereotactic radiosurgery
Gamma Knife radiosurgery for a wide variety of benign and malignant brain tumors, vascular malformations, and trigeminal neuralgia