Category: practice

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New technologies in neurosurgery

13 Sep 2023

By: Barbara Buccilli, MD Of all the things I learned in medical school, the one lesson that will always stay with me throughout my career is that medicine is continually evolving, and as doctors, we ...

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Balancing a Career as a Surgeon-Scientist

05 Sep 2023

By: Kavitha Ranganathan, MD Satisfaction in one’s career can come from a variety of places. In fact, most of the time, it has to come from a variety of places. Don’t place all your eggs in one ba...

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Awake Surgery

02 Aug 2023

By Dr. Barbara Buccilli My initial exposure to neurosurgery was through awake surgery.  I began my internship in the department, and I immediately joined an ongoing research project on awake surgeri...

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Palliative Care in the TICU

10 Mar 2021

By Bethany Wood Harvey I think it’s a fair assumption to say the Trauma ICU is a bit different than anywhere else in the hospital. Our patients are often in our care unexpectedly; they are ‘healt...

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Making the Leap from Trainee to Staff Surgeon

27 May 2020

By Lakho Sandhu ‘The more I read, the more I acquire, the more certain I am that I know nothing.’ –Voltaire The moment you’ve dreamt about for years finally arrives. You pack up your belongin...

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Racing back to work

03 Jul 2019

By Bethany Harvey But, what about FMLA? That is the common response I receive when friends and family ask why I am working on formalizing a maternity/paternity leave and lactation guidelines for m...