How to Build a Neurosurgical Oncology Practice Specializing in Gliomas
For the neurosurgical oncologist, a specialty practice in gliomas represents an intersection of tailored surgical approaches, emerging intraoperative technologies, expanding surgical trial portfolios, and new paradigms in glioma biology. Assembling these disparate pieces into a cohesive career trajectory is a difficult task but ultimately enables the subspecialist to navigate all domains relevant to improving glioma patient outcomes. Within the larger clinical and basic science community, thoughtful integration and intensive collaborations are essential mechanisms when building a multidisciplinary glioma program.
Neurosurgery Clinics of North America
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Sanai, Nader, "How to Build a Neurosurgical Oncology Practice Specializing in Gliomas" (2019). Neurosurgery. 195.