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Let’s Talk Informatics – Evolution of Stereotactic Neurosurgery & Innovation in Nova Scotia
February 23 @ 7:30 am – 8:30 am AST
Next up on Let’s Talk Informatics
Dr. Lutz Weise will reflect on the history of stereotactic neurosurgery, the most precise form of neurosurgery, and how it has evolved over time with the introduction of innovative technologies such as Brainlab Elements®, an automated virtual surgical planning tool for deep brain stimulation that has been a game changer for specialists and patients in Nova Scotia. Learn more.
About the Presenter
Dr. Lutz Weise – Neurosurgeon, Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, Nova Scotia Health & Associate Professor, Dalhousie University
Following graduation from medical school in Berlin, Dr. Weise discovered his passion for stereotactic and functional neurosurgery during his residency in Lausanne, Switzerland. Following his return to Berlin, he joined Charité University Medicine where he had the opportunity to subspecialize in spine as well as in functional neurosurgery at one of the busiest Deep Brain Stimulation Centres in the country. This led to his appointment as Head of Functional and Spinal Neurosurgery at Geothe University in Frankfurt Germany, where he collaborated and led several research projects. At this time, Dr. Weise underwent formal education in teaching and research, which led to his appointment as an associate Professor at Dalhousie University in 2016 in Halifax.
About Let’s Talk Informatics
Let’s Talk Informatics is a monthly Informatics series dedicated to exploring the use of information technology in healthcare. The series is recognized as an approved continuing education provider and attendees can earn 1 MainPro+ credit.
CHIMA professional members can earn 1 CPE credit per webinar.