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GREETINGS FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE WFNS FOUNDATION


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We are still in a very difficult situation due to the COVID pandemic. Our social and scientific world seems to be temporarily stopped, but WFNS Foundation keeps going ahead.


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FOUNDATION PROJECTS

OPINION




The living legend of Neurosurgery -Prof. Majed Samii- is not coming into the scene because of skull base difficult cases. On this occasion, Prof. Samii (WFNS Honorary President) is unveiling the history of one of the most successful projects of WFNS Foundation: Africa 100. 

Dr. Isabelle Germano is co-chairing one of the most emblematic committees of WFNS. Actively promoting neurosurgical education worldwide, the Education and Training Committee has organized hundreds of courses, seminars, and hands-on activities.


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FOUNDATION PROJECTS


The history of Africa100 goes back to the year 1997.

In that year, I became President of WFNS, and I have asked all five 2nd Vice Presidents of different continents to prepare a report about the neurosurgical condition in each continent.


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OPINION


Dr. Isabelle Germano is co-chairing one of the most emblematic committees of WFNS. Actively promoting neurosurgical education worldwide, the Education and Training Committee has organized hundreds of courses, seminars, and hands-on activities.


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THE YOUNG PIONEERS

OUR TRAINING CENTERS



One neurosurgeon in a country with an 11.000.000 population  is not the most desirable scenario to encourage you to become a neurosurgeon and then try to develop Neurosurgery in a difficult context. It was about Rwanda.

WFNS Reference Training Centers educate neurosurgeons from developing countries. Financially supported by the Foundation, after finishing the 5 years residency program the trainees come back to their country of origin.


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THE YOUNG PIONEERS

One neurosurgeon in a country with an 11.000.000 population and only one CT for the whole country is not the most desirable scenario to encourage you to become a neurosurgeon and then try to develop Neurosurgery in a difficult context. It was about Rwanda.

See how a young and talented doctor is accomplishing this endeavor after her residency program in one of the WFNS Training Centers.


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OUR TRAINING CENTERS


WFNS Reference Training Centers educate neurosurgeons from developing countries. Financially supported by the Foundation, after finishing the 5 years residency program the trainees come back to their country of origin.

Prof. El Khamlichi, the greater promoter of African Neurosurgery, is linked to the beginning and development of the Rabat Training Center that trained dozens of neurosurgeons now actively working all over the Africa continent. He will introduce us to this iconic institution for WFNS.


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THE VOICE OF…

TOP NEUROSURGEONS PROFILE




The WFNS Young Neurosurgeons Forum is truly fortunate to count on the leadership of this bright academic.

After a successful international career, this talented man is rapidly raising the level Neurosurgery in Cameroon while involved in many international activities. 

The current international situation due to the COVID pandemic hampers the distribution of medical sets in certain areas of the world. 

The staff of our Central Office (Ms. T. Chen & Ms. Ling) managed to overcome one more time this situation and finally a set of instruments was delivered to Chad.


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THE VOICE OF…


The WFNS Young Neurosurgeons Forum is truly fortunate to count on the leadership of this bright academic neurosurgeon.

After a successful international career, this talented man is rapidly raising the level Neurosurgery in Cameroon while involved in many international activities. 


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TOP NEUROSURGEONS PROFILE


The current international situation due to the COVID pandemic hampers the distribution of medical sets in certain areas of the world. 

The staff of our Central Office (Ms. T. Chen & Ms. Ling) managed to overcome one more time this situation and finally a set of instruments was delivered to Chad.


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OUR CONTRIBUTORS


One of the ambitious goals of the WFNS Foundation is the provision of neurosurgical equipment to developing areas. One of the most requested technologies is of course the Picomicroscope of Zeiss.

 Over the last 20 years, Zeiss generosity has been allowing WFNS Foundation to buy these equipments at a very low price. 


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OUR CONTRIBUTORS

MASTERS OF NEUROSURGERY




One of the ambitious goals of the WFNS Foundation is the provision of neurosurgical equipment to developing areas. One of the most requested technologies is of course the Picomicroscope of Zeiss.

 Over the last 20 years, Zeiss generosity has been allowing WFNS Foundation to buy these equipments at a very low price. 

WFNS Gazette is proud of having interviewed one of the most renowned neurosurgeons of the history of Medicine after successful operations on thousands of incredible difficult cases. Robert Spetzler, a great supporter of Foundation teaching activities, is unveiling some aspects of his exciting and fruitful professional life.


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MASTERS OF NEUROSURGERY


WFNS Gazette is proud of having interviewed one of the most renowned neurosurgeons of the history of Medicine after successful operations on thousands of incredible difficult cases. Robert Spetzler, a great supporter of Foundation teaching activities, is unveiling some aspects of his exciting and fruitful professional life.


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EVOKING PICTURE

Creation of a Neurosurgical Unit in the North of Cameroon.

Catchment area: 10 million – Chairman, I. Esene.