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Surgery for Pituitary Tumors Webinar
October 10, 2012 Webinar
Presented by Dr. Manish Aghi
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Meet the Presenter:

Manish K Aghi, MD, PhD
Neurosurgeon, California Center for Pituitary Disorders
Co-Director, Center for Minimally Invasive Skull Base Surgery (MISB)
Associate Professor, University of California,
San Francisco Department of Neurological Surgery

Biography

Dr. Manish Aghi is a neurosurgeon specializing in the treatment of pituitary adenomas and other tumors of the anterior skull base by minimally invasive endonasal approaches. He has an MD and PhD from Harvard Medical School in Boston and did his neurosurgery residency at the Harvard affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). At UCSF, he teams with Lewis Blevins and Sandeep Kunwar in the California Center for Pituitary Disorders (CCPD), one of the largest medical and surgical pituitary centers in the world.

Dr. Aghi also runs an NIH funded basic science laboratory investigating malignant brain tumors and pituitary tumors. He is principal investigator of a phase I clinical trial using gene therapy to treat malignant brain tumors. He leads an active clinical research program and has published numerous clinical articles on surgical technique and outcomes for pituitary tumor patients.
Title:
"Surgery for Pituitary Tumors"
Date:
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Time:
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PDT
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