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Miami Neuroscience Symposium, Tenth Annual News

Miami Neuroscience Symposium, Tenth Annual

Live Symposium, November 3-5, 2022, 17 Cat. 1, Hilton Miami Dadeland, Miami, Florida
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Podcast

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Join Dalibel Bravo, M.D. and Elizabeth Ouellette, M.D., MBA, Orthopedic Hand Surgeons at Baptist Health in south Florida, as they discuss carpal tunnel syndrome, who gets it and ways to treat.
Eliminating Tremor with HIFU: fast, effective, and non-invasive Video

Eliminating Tremor with HIFU: fast, effective, and non-invasive

Originally presented by Dr. Justin Sporrer on Tuesday, August 23rd at 6:00 PM. Participants will be able to, identify and review the diagnosis and treatments of various tremors and discuss focused ultrasound as a non-invasive treatment for tremors.
Miami Brain Symposium, Fifth Annual News

Miami Brain Symposium, Fifth Annual

Live Symposium Save The Date | Friday, December 9, 2022 Hilton Miami Dadeland, Miami, Florida
Head and Neck Cancer Conference News

Head and Neck Cancer Conference

Live Conference | 2 Cat. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 2022 Hilton Miami Dadeland, Miami, Florida
He Drives Neurosurgical Advances and Race Cars — Meet the Energetic and Goal-Driven Chief at Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute News

He Drives Neurosurgical Advances and Race Cars — Meet the Energetic and Goal-Driven Chief at Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute

He is a world-renown neurosurgeon with an expertise in the field of meningioma research and gamma knife radiosurgery. And, by the way, he drives race cars and owns a wine label. Meet Michael McDermott, M.D., who joined Miami Neuroscience Institute, part of Baptist Health, as chief medical executive in March 2020.
Precision Oncology Symposium News

Precision Oncology Symposium

Live Symposium Save The Date | February 3-4, 2023 | Friday-Saturday The Biltmore Hotel Miami Coral Gables, Miami, Florida
Minimally Invasive ‘HiFU’ Beat Her Essential Tremor: 'Be Brave Enough to Say You'll Do It' Video

Minimally Invasive ‘HiFU’ Beat Her Essential Tremor: 'Be Brave Enough to Say You'll Do It'

Life with "essential tremor" --- one of the most common movement disorders -- is disruptive and debilitating. Nan Levy's outlook was bleak, with one neurologist telling her there was nothing that can be done. But her life would soon take a sharp turn for the better when she consulted with neurosurgeon Justin Sporrer, M.D.
Miami Cancer Institute Launches Global Consortium to Speed and Improve Bladder Cancer Care Worldwide News

Miami Cancer Institute Launches Global Consortium to Speed and Improve Bladder Cancer Care Worldwide

Miami Cancer Institute has spearheaded the creation of the Global Bladder Cancer Consortium (GBCC), a collaboration between the world’s top experts in bladder cancer. Among the GBCC’s priorities are creating a large and diverse patient database, launching clinical trials at multiple sites throughout the world and sharing information - all initiatives that will impact patient outcomes and improve care for those with bladder cancer.
Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute and FIU’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Partner to Study Effects of Ultrasound Waves on the Brain News

Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute and FIU’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Partner to Study Effects of Ultrasound Waves on the Brain

Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute and Florida International University’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine are collaborating to offer a new clinical trial for patients with Alzheimer’s disease. The study uses low-intensity focused ultrasound to disrupt brain changes that lead to the neuron damage that causes memory and cognition problems in patients.
Subspecialized GI Oncologists of Benefit to Patients with GI Cancers News

Subspecialized GI Oncologists of Benefit to Patients with GI Cancers

Gastrointestinal (GI) cancers are among the deadliest cancer diagnoses, yet not all patients with GI cancers will see a subspecialist. Considering the explosive pace at which cancer care is changing ? with the development of new medications, increasingly sophisticated treatments and the availability of clinical trials ? most patients with GI cancers would significantly benefit from seeing a gastrointestinal oncologist, says Gretel Terrero, M.D., a triple board-certified hematologist and medical oncologist at Baptist Health’s Miami Cancer Institute who subspecializes in GI cancers.
Making the Move Into the ASC Setting: Baptist Health’s Story Video

Making the Move Into the ASC Setting: Baptist Health’s Story

Kevin Nicholas will discuss the move that Baptist Health and – in particular the Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute - took in starting to open cardiovascular ASCs. He’ll share considerations they had and their future plans for ASC care sites.

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