March 20, 2013
Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, Bunts Auditorium (TT Building, located on E. 90th St. between Carnegie and Euclid), Cleveland, Ohio - Parking available in Lot #4
EXPERT SPEAKER: Dr. Mark Luciano
TOPIC: How Blockages in the Flow of Fluid in the Head Can Hurt Our Brains: Lessons from Chiari Malformation and Hydrocephalus
LOCATION: Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, Bunts Auditorium (TT Building, located on E. 90th St. between Carnegie and Euclid), Cleveland, Ohio - Parking available in Lot #4
RSVP: Cathy Poznik at cpoznik@CSFinfo.org or 330-998-6195.
About Dr. Luciano: Dr. Mark Luciano is board-certified in general neurosurgery and in pediatric neurosurgery. He is Head of Congenital and Pediatric Neurosurgery and Co-Director of the Pediatric Neurology Center at Cleveland Clinic. His patients are children and adults with neurological congenital anomalies, hydrocephalus, cerebral cysts, tumors, craniofacial anomalies, tethered cord, Chiari malformation and cerebral palsy.
Dr. Luciano also directs the Neuroendoscopy and CSF Disorders program. He has an established clinical program, research and educational work in neuroendoscopy, a form of minimally invasive neurosurgery. Dr. Luciano has directed Cleveland-area, national and international courses in neuroendoscopy and has developed new techniques in minimally invasive neurosurgery.
As a result of his recognized leadership in hydrocephalus, Dr. Luciano has been on the National Hydrocephalus Association advisory board and has appeared in the local and national press and television including the Wall Street Journal, Woman's Day, and the Today Show.
In addition to national publications, peer-review and editorial activity, Dr. Luciano is an internationally invited speaker in neuroendoscopy, hydrocephalus and pediatric neurosurgery. He was the "Brahm Prakash Memorial Orator" in New Dehli, India, and has been invited as visiting professor and speaker in India, China, Egypt and Europe. He has initiated an international cooperation between Cleveland Clinic and Peking Union Medical Center in Beijing, China, for education in neuroendoscopy. In addition, he has served as host and thesis mentor for international MD research fellows from Egypt and Sweden.