This one day course, sponsored by the University of Toronto Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship Program (program director – Dr. Pejman Maralani), will provide an overview of the skull base anatomy and its main pathologies, and explore their clinical management, including, surgical and radiation considerations.
- Understand the rationale for treatments and their various challenges
- Provide broader distribution of the expertise among the various scientific disciplines caring for patients with skull base diseases
Clinicians and scientists at various career stages, including residents, fellows and staff from the neurosurgery, otolaryngology, radiology and radiation oncology departments who want to understand the different aspects of base of skull imaging, pathology and clinical management.
Lecturers include distinguished University of Toronto Head and Neck Surgeons, Neurosurgeons, Neuroradiologists, Radiation Oncologists and Neuroradiology trainees with expertise in the various aspects of base of skull imaging and treatment.
Peter Gilgan Center for Research and Learning
686 Bay street, Toronto
Dr. Robert B. Salter Auditorium, second floor