5th ISMINS 2020:

Reducing the Cognitive Footprint of Brain Surgery

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How do we reduce the cognitive footprint of brain surgery? Find out in this special presentation given by Dr Michael Sughrue at The 5th International Society on Minimally Invasive Techniques in Neurosurgery in collaboration with World Federation of Neurological of Neurological Societies (WFNS), Asian Congress of Neurological Surgeons (ACNS) Indonesian Society of Neurological Surgeon (ISNS)


  •  Using machine learning to eliminate disparity between being "neurologically fine" and actually fine
  • Making oncofunctional decisions based on data
  • The anatomy and function of brain networks
  • What does "eloquence" really mean

About the speaker


Dr. Michael Sughrue

Chief Medical Officer - Omniscient Neurotechnology

Dr Michael Sughrue is one of the world’s leading neurosurgeons and researchers in Connectomics. He is the former Director of the Brain Tumor Center at the University of Oklahoma, during which it grew to being one of the top ten largest clinics in the US. He has lectured around the world on the management of glioma and the use of Connectomics, having performed over 3,000 brain tumour surgeries and published over 250 peer-reviewed articles.

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