Division of Neurology: City-Wide Neurology Grand Rounds

Feb 28, 2020
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8:00am–9:00am
Rounds
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Division of Neurology: City-Wide Neurology Grand Rounds

Speakers:

Dr. Renato Munoz, Associate Professor – University of Toronto; co-director of the Surgical Program | co-director Ataxia Clinic of the Movement Disorders Centre - Toronto Western Hospital; Clinician Investigator | Krembil Research Institute

Dr. Alfonso Fasano, Professor – University of Toronto; co-director of the Surgical Program, Movement Disorders Centre - Toronto Western Hospital; Clinician Investigator | Krembil Research Institute and KITE

Title: Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: State of the Art and Where We Are Headed

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Understanding what DBS is and its role in treating patients with Movement Disorders.
  2. Sharing the experience of TWH over the years.
  3. Understanding how the culture of DBS has evolved and will likely evolve.
  4. Framing the current and future status of DBS within the Canadian healthcare.
Neurology
Location
Toronto Western Hospital
399 Bathurst St, West Wing 2-401 (Main Auditorium)
Toronto ON
M5T 2S8
2020-02-28 13:00:00 2020-02-28 14:00:00 UTC Division of Neurology: City-Wide Neurology Grand Rounds Division of Neurology: City-Wide Neurology Grand Rounds Speakers: Dr. Renato Munoz, Associate Professor – University of Toronto; co-director of the Surgical Program | co-director Ataxia Clinic of the Movement Disorders Centre - Toronto Western Hospital; Clinician Investigator | Krembil Research Institute Dr. Alfonso Fasano, Professor – University of Toronto; co-director of the Surgical Program, Movement Disorders Centre - Toronto Western Hospital; Clinician Investigator | Krembil Research Institute and KITE Title: Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: State of the Art and Where We Are Headed LEARNING OBJECTIVES Understanding what DBS is and its role in treating patients with Movement Disorders. Sharing the experience of TWH over the years. Understanding how the culture of DBS has evolved and will likely evolve. Framing the current and future status of DBS within the Canadian healthcare. 399 Bathurst St, West Wing 2-401 (Main Auditorium) - Toronto Western Hospital discovery.commons@utoronto.ca