Free Neurological Seminar - May 9th, Long Island, NY
Posted on: 05/07/2009
May is National Brain Tumor and National Stroke Awareness Month
Free Neurological Seminar
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Registration 9:30 am
Seminar10:00 am to
Jefferson’s Ferry Lifecare Retirement Community
One Jefferson Ferry Drive
South Setauket, NY11720
Continental breakfast will be served
David Anschel, M.D., Neurologist
"Stroke—Treatment, Recovery, Prevention"
Dr. Anschel is Director of Clinical Neurophysiology and the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center of Long Island at St. CharlesHospital. He is a guest scientist at Brookhaven National Laboratory and has published over 50 scientific papers, abstracts and book chapters as well as authoring two books widely used by medical students and residents in neurology training.
Paul Duic, M.D., Neuro-Oncologist, Neurological Surgery, P.C.
“Current Treatment of Brain Tumors”
Dr. Duic specializes in the medical management of brain tumors and spine tumors, including central nervous system (CNS) tumors, gliomas, metastatic tumors, and CNS lymphoma.
Jai Grewal, M.D., Neuro-Oncologist, Neurological Surgery, P.C.
“New Chemotherapy Options for the Treatment of Brain Tumors”
Dr. Grewal specializes in the management of primary brain and spine tumors, Central Nervous System metastases,
Dr Rak specializes in Brain and Spine Surgery—brain tumors, cerebrovascular and skull base diseases, stereotactic radiosurgery, as well as complex and minimally invasive spinal procedures. He is an expert in micro-neurosurgical techniques.
Michael O. Sauter, M.D., F.A.A.N, Neurologist
“A Stroke Overview”
Dr. Sauter, a general neurologist with a special interest in stroke, has been serving the community for 32 years. He is affiliated with St. Charles, Mather and StonyBrookUniversityHospitals and is the Director of the Stroke Program at St. Charles.
Registration required.Call 516-442-3527 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to guarantee your attendance.
Education. Quality of Life. Research
100 Merrick Road, Suite 100W, Rockville Centre, NY11570-4801
The Leslie Munzer Neurological Institute of Long Island, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to promote the early diagnosis of neurological diseases, improve the quality of life for Long Islanders affected by neurological diseases, and help find a cure for diseases of the brain and spinal cord.