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Neurosurgery Resident Dr. Brenton Pennicooke Awarded Inaugural Michael L.J. Apuzzo Resident Literature Award for Creativity and Innovation

Weill Cornell Medicine Neurosurgical Chief Resident Dr. Brenton Pennicooke

The new award recognizes original work by a Weill Cornell Medicine resident in neurological surgery in laboratory or clinical research.

The Michael L. J. Apuzzo Resident Literature Award for Creativity and Innovation

Michael L. J. Apuzzo, M.D., Adjunct Professor and Senior Consultant at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Department of Neurological Surgery

Established 2017
Weill Cornell Medical College

Chairman Philip E. Stieg and the Department of Neurological Surgery at the Weill Cornell Medical College have established the Michael L. J. Apuzzo Resident Literature Award for Creativity and Innovation for contributions to the peer-reviewed medical literature.

Dr. Knopman Leads in New Treatment for Subdural Hematomas

Dr. Jared Knopman of Weill Cornell Medicine

Nearly 50 patients have been successfully treated with middle meningeal arterial (MMA) embolization, the success of which provides evidence for a startling new finding about subdural hematomas

Dr. Härtl Introduces Explorers Club to Tanzania Project

Dr. Härtl Introduces Explorers Club to Tanzania Project

Dr. Roger Härtl was honored to present the Neurosurgical Mission in Tanzania at a special event: Safari Night at the Explorers Club in New York on November 29. Dr. Härtl showed the assembled audience members the new video about his work in Tanzania (see below) as well as other relevant slides about conditions there.

Dr. Stieg Talks About Tanzania Mission on America Tonight

Dr. Philip E. Stieg, Professor of Neurological Surgery and Chair of the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center

Dr. Stieg talks about Weill Cornell Medicine's annual mission to Tanzania bringing much-needed training to this under-served population.

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