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Science 1st: Innovation in Spine Surgery – Evidence-Based Medicine
April 6 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm$10 – $35
The panel discussion will focus on innovation in spine surgery to improve clinical outcomes. Considering the complex spinal pathology, spine surgeons leverage different technologies and techniques to achieve a safe and efficacious clinical outcome. Researchers and clinicians with a multi-disciplinary background will share their scientific data with all spine specialists.
We expect a lively discussion between spine specialists and interactions with speakers from the panel. The latest developments, ranging from non-invasive treatment of degenerative disc disease to sophisticated ultra MIS intervention techniques for complex pathologies will be addressed.
This event will tackle the following questions:
- How will potential technologies overcome preexisting blocks to success? How close are we?
- What are the barriers; what are the difficulties that need to be addressed before we see successful early intervention?
– Christian P. DiPaola, M.D. | Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School read bio»
– Amy Marcini, M.D. | Orthopedic Spine Surgeon, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices read bio»
– John Pracyk, M.D., Ph.D., MBA| Global Franchise Medical Leader, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices read bio»
– Hassan Serhan, Ph.D., | Distinguished Engineering Fellow, Johnson & Johnson – DePuy Synthes Spine, Prestige Adjunct Professor, University of Toledo, Co-Founder & Treasurer,I.M.S. Society read bio»
– Tony Tannoury, M.D. | Asst. Prof. Orthopaedic Surgery, Boston University, Chief of Spine Surgery, BMC, Co-Founder and President, I.M.S Society read bio»
3:00 PM | Registration opens and Networking
3:30 PM | Presentations
4:15 PM | Panel discussion
5:00 PM | Networking Reception
5:30 PM | Close
$25 | General Public
$10 | Student/Academic
$35 | At the door
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