Director of RUDN Research Institute of Neurosurgery unites 30 neurosurgeons from 8 countries at a conference
Among the participants were world-famous neurosurgeons:
- Luis Borba and Antonio Mussi (Brazil),
- Wuttipong Tirakotai (Thailand)
- Manuel de Jesus Encarnacion Ramirez (Dominican Republic)
- Matias Baldoncini (Argentina),
- Aip Cherian (India).
The conference “Surgery of the Skull Base” was organized by Albert Sufianov, Director of the Educational and Scientific Institute of Neurosurgery of RUDN University, Chief Physician of the Federal Center for Neurosurgery in Tyumen, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation.
The Federal Center for Neurosurgery in Tyumen acts as a partner providing the clinical and laboratory facilities of RUDN Institute.
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The Federal Center for Neurosurgery in Tyumen is both a medical facility and a modern educational platform. The center has 5 specialized departments, a diagnostic department and a polyclinic, 7 modern surgery rooms, including a hybrid surgery room with a CT scanner, as well as an early neurorehabilitation department. Over the 12 years of the center’s existence, its specialists have helped to restore the health of more than 40,000 patients.
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