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Weill Cornell Medicine Neuropsychology Team Presents Benefits of Computerized Working Memory Training

Taylor A. Liberta, a research assistant in neuropsychology at the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center

Results showed beneficial effects on several cognitive domains, and suggested that the program could improve certain aspects of behavioral outcomes

Dr. Baaj Publishes New Guide to Thoracic Surgery

Surgery of the Thoracic Spine: Principles and Techniques

The text covers common conditions (stenosis, herniated discs, trauma) as well as less common ones (spondylarthropathies, osteomyelitis, discitis, fungal and tubercular infections)

Global Neurosurgery 2019: A Practical Symposium

A recap of the Global Neurosurgery 2019 symposium held from Friday, January 18 to Saturday, January 19.

The 12th Annual New York City Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Symposium

Dr. Michael Virk demonstrates a MIS technique to attendees of NYCMISS 2018.

A recap of the 12th Annual NYC Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Symposium.

National Mentoring Month

Dr. Philip Stieg with Dr. Babacar Cisse and Dr. Caitlin Hoffman

The Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center is proud to be participating in National Mentoring Month. The embedded culture of mentoring in the neurosurgery program has always been in line with the Weill Cornell Medicine commitment to "Care. Discover. Teach."