StuBS provides a link between medical students
and the neurosurgery department through:
- Shadowing and mentorship opportunities with residents and faculty.
- Participation in neurosurgical department and interdepartmental functions, such as neurosurgery conference (schedule here), neuro-oncology journal club, brain tumor conference and resident skills nights.
- Opportunities to conduct neurosurgical research.
- Invited faculty lectures on neurosurgical topics.
StuBS co-founder Eddie Tsvankin looks on during a resident skills session.
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Noon | Monday, April 16 | ED1 1400
The Research of Glioblastoma Multiforme.
With special lectures by:
Jonathon Parker - "Great Migrations" in GBM
Trisha Sippel - Immunosuppression in GBM patients.
RSVP here by April 13 if you want free lunch.
StuBS governing board:
Roxanne Martinez, MS2
Tim Ung, MS1
VP and Research Liaison.
Jonathon Parker, MSTP4
StuBS founding members:
Vadim (Eddie) Tsvankin, MS4
Tracy Marrs Conner, MS4
Shervin Rahimpour, MS3
Alex Harbison, MS3
StuBS faculty adviser:
Allen Waziri, M.D.
Department of Neurosurgery
University of Colorado Denver
Health Sciences Center
StuBS and you
Want to know more? Have
questions about shadowing or finding a neurosurgical mentor? Need help finding a place to stay during your sub-I? Interested in
becoming a StuB? Contact us at StuBScolorado@gmail.com, post on our Facebook wall, or just e-mail one of our leaders.
StuBS co-founder Shervin Rahimpour and Dr. Allen Waziri with Shervin's poster at the 2010 UCCC Fellowship poster session.