neuro-oncologist

neuro-oncologist

A neurologist, oncologist or neurosurgeon who is sub-specialised in treating patients with brain tumours and/or their consequences on the nervous system.

neuro-oncologist

A physician–neurologist, oncologist or neurosurgeon, subspecialized in treating Pts with brain tumors and/or their consequences on the nervous system
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The company has added Dr David Reardon, clinical director of the Center for Neuro-Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and a professor of medicine at the Harvard Medical School to its Scientific Advisory Board; Dr Timothy Cloughesy, professor of neurology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles and a member of the UCLA Brain Research Institute and Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center; Dr Nicholas Butowski, a neuro-oncologist practicing at UCSF Medical Center in San Francisco, California, and director of translational research in neuro-oncology and a researcher at the Brain Tumor Center.
This study is a huge leap forward as it is the first study to incorporate biology into the outcome of children with ependymoma, said Vijay Ramaswamy, M.D., Ph.D., staff neuro-oncologist at The Hospital for Sick Children and assistant professor at the University of Toronto and senior author of the study.
Julette Feliciano Batara, my father's neuro-oncologist, for lunch with five former patients of hers - all survivors of various kinds of brain cancer.
provides our state's high school students with the opportunity to visit with scientists and physicians and learn firsthand what they do," James Battiste, a neuro-oncologist at the Stephenson Cancer Center, wrote in a prepared statement.
A neuro-oncologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and brain tumor researcher at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Dr.
"After discussing his condition with his family at length, and consulting with a specialist neuro-oncologist in London, I felt there was a chance we could extend and improve the boy's life.
Several years ago, Jim Olson, a pediatric neuro-oncologist at Seattle Children's Hospital, was reviewing with his colleagues the case of a 17-year-old girl who had undergone brain surgery to remove a tumor.
These included six ophthalmologists, four psychiatrists, four cardiologists, two otolaryngologists, two orthopedists, and one neuro-oncologist.
Brenner, MD, neuro-oncologist at the Cancer Therapy and Research Center at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, says these results indicate the chances for tumor recurrence are very low.
Most of these factors could be reliably summarized in a neuropathology report, although interpretation of radiologic findings is probably best left to interactions between the radiologist and neuro-oncologist. Furthermore, the establishment of biologic markers in medulloblastoma is ahead of that in gliomas, albeit it is still progressing.
Josep Dalmau, a neuro-oncologist at Penn, and his colleagues had published studies describing anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis, a rare reaction seen in young women to a common ovarian tumor called a teratoma, which is typically harmless,.
Chandler, 34, will meet with a neuro-oncologist this week to outline the next steps of the recovery process, the page said.
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