2021 Meningioma Day

2021 Meningioma Day Current Management Strategies and Future Directions May 15, 2021, 8:20 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EST

View Preliminary Program Complimentary Registration The Society for Neuro-Oncology and the International Consortium on Meningiomas, in partnership with the National Cancer Institute and the Neurosurgical Atlas, are pleased to announce a special one-day conference, 2021 Meningioma Day, Current management strategies and future directions, on May 15, 2021, from 8:20 a.m.-4:30 p.m. EST. Overview This education day will focus on meningiomas: a look at current management strategies and a preview of what the future might hold. The talks will center around surgery & adjuvant therapy of challenging meningiomas, clinical updates in meningioma management and trial design, as well as basic and translational advances in the study of meningioma biology. Each section will conclude with an interactive discussion. Meningioma Day will be open to all. We hope to attract attendees from diverse fields with unique experiences and expertise including clinicians, investigators, scientists, allied health, community practitioners, students, and trainees.   Learning objectives
  • Review current standards of care and surgical decision making for meningiomas
  • Overview of advances in meningioma biology and research
  • Provide in-depth review of existing and future clinical trials in meningiomas
Chairs Ian Dunn, University of Oklahoma Gelareh Zadeh, University of Toronto Faculty Aaron Cohen-Gadol, Indiana University School of Medicine Amir Zamanipoor, Leiden University Medical Center Andrew Morokoff, Royal Melbourne Christopher P Millward, University of Liverpool Daniel Prevedello, The Ohio State University David Raleigh, University of California San Francisco David Reardon, Dana Farber Cancer Institute Erik Sulman, NYU Langone Felix Behling, University of Tuebingen Felix Sahm, German Cancer Research Center Ghazaleh Tabatabai, University Hospital Tübingen Isabelle Germano, Mount Sinai Jacques J. Morcos, University of Miami Jill S. Barnholtz-Sloan, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Kate Drummond, Royal Melbourne Kenneth Aldape, National Institute of Health Mark Gilbert, National Institute of Health Michael Jenkinson, University of Liverpool Michael McDermott, Baptist Health Priscilla Brastianos, Massachusetts General Roland Goldbrunner, University of Cologne Serge Makarenko, Diamond Health Care Centre Stephen Yip, The University of British Columbia Terri Armstrong, National Institute of Health Wenya Linda Bi, Brigham and Women’s William Couldwell, University of Utah