Neurology - For Physicians

The Department of Neurology is actively working on research developing, educational training and continuing medical education opportunities for our referring physicians.


Publications

To review current publications from the Department of Neurosurgery, please click here.


Grand Rounds and Conferences

Symposium on Neurovascular Disease 2009

Neurovascular disease is the number one cause of adult disability. More than four million Americans have survived a stroke, and most will never recover completely. This conference reviewed the latest diagnoses, newly approved therapies for lessen symptoms and emerging surgical treatment options for degenerative neurological disorders. Participants had the opportunity to engage in interactive discussions with renowned faculty who are involved in initiating these neurological advances.

On January 10, 2009, over 75 attendees participated in this day-long conference at Casa Del Mar in Santa Monica, CA. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in interactive discussions with renowned faculty who are involved in initiating these neurological advances. 

Advances in Neurology and Neurosurgery 2009

Clinical neurosciences are undergoing rapid changes in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders, especially in the fields of brain tumors, spinal disorders, vascular disease and stroke. At this conference, physicians and other healthcare professionals were updated on both established and emerging treatment options for delivering optimal care to their patients. On February 14 and 15, 2009, over 95 attendees participated in this two day conference at The Ritz Carlton in Marina Del Rey, CA. 

Grand Rounds

For more information about monthly Department of Neurology Grand Rounds, please click here.


Fellowship and Training Programs

To find out more information about current Department of Neurology fellows, please click here.

To refer a patient or find out more information, please call 310-423-6472 or email us at neurologicaldisorders@cshs.org.