NEW FOR 2024! Radiosurgery Pre-Meeting Course: Thursday, February 15th
A comprehensive overview of stereotactic radiation therapy for skull base tumors with emphasis on practical application, technique, indications, and complications. Learn More
This year’s program includes:
- A scientific program organized by “specialty tracks” that cover the different anatomical areas of skull base pathologies.
- Special Pituitary Education Day dedicated to the Legacy of Dr. Fred Gentili.
- Rhoton Room sessions featuring new Orbital Dueling Dissections in Open and Endoscopic Approaches.
- Networking opportunities, including an evening social event at the Georgia Aquarium!
Welcome to the 33rd Annual Meeting of the North American Skull Base Society.
This year’s theme is “The Skull Base is Flat…”
Inspired by Thomas L Friedman’s (2005) bestselling book, “The World is Flat”, this conference theme parallels the role the NASBS and other skull base societies around the world have played in flattening the field of skull base surgery.
Thirty years ago, the anatomical boundaries dictated by our residency training were the greatest barrier to treating complex tumors located at the base of the skull. The founding members of skull base societies decided to flatten those barriers and established the first cross disciplinary surgical specialty: Skull Base Surgery.
This year’s scientific program includes several innovations such as specialty tracks, a pre-meeting radiosurgery course, special sessions on pediatric skull base surgery and a vestibular schwannoma education day. In honor of our late friend and esteemed skull base surgeon Fred Gentili, we will host a special pituitary education day dedicated to his legacy.
So why attend this event in Atlanta? In-person scientific inquiry enriches the education, innovation, and collaboration of our society. Through your participation in a live audience, lively discussions amongst colleagues can flourish, new collaborations can emerge, and scholars can respectfully submit constructive criticisms in a relaxed atmosphere.
I am confident that our scientific program, social events, and networking opportunities will inspire all of us to go back home and continue to educate, innovate, and collaborate.
I look forward to seeing you all in Atlanta.
Siviero Agazzi, MD, MBA
2023 NASBS President
NASBS 33rd Annual Meeting
February 16-18, 2024
Reserve your Room- Space is limited
President: Dr. Siviero Agazzi
Scientific Program Co-Chairs:
Dr. Donato Pacione & Dr. Shirley Su
Pre-Meeting Dissection Course
February 14-15, 2024
Pre-Meeting Radiosurgery Course
February 15, 2024
Online Program: View Here
Exhibitors and Sponsors
Keynote and Honored Guest Speaker: More Information
2024 Social Event
Saturday, February 17th at 7:00 pm
This year’s social event will be held at the Georgia Aquarium.
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