Dear friends of the international community: Only a few words to acknowledge the many readers and participants contributing to the success of the “WFNS Foundation Gazette”. Since its inception, the “Gazette” has been trying to report about the activities of the WFNS Foundation with special regard to education and promotion of Neurosurgery…
After international experience and training in different countries, this neurosurgeon and his team began to develop spinal neurosurgery in Uzbekistan and is attempting to raise this specialty to international standards by collaborating with specialists from other countries.
Neurosurgery at the Fujita Health University (FHU) began in 1972 by Dr.Tetsuo Kanno.
The FHU is located about 10 km southeast of Nagoya City, Japan. The neurosurgical residency program was established by Dr. Tetsuo
Dr. Torres-Bayona, a young pioneer, has managed to develop some ideas that have not been studied before, such as the investigation of new genes in Glioblastoma multiforme, which is generally carried out by biologists.
He received the WFNS Young neurosurgeon award in 2019 in the WFNS Beijing Congress.
WFNS Foundation, always active, transparent, and philanthropic, carries out with care and neatness donations of high-quality instrument sets and equipment for different hospitals in developing countries.
Neurosurgeons are grateful for the global promotion of Neurosurgery.
Professor Luis Borba is an enthusiastic person of Neurosurgery, this being one of his great passions, who is dedicated not only to his patients, but also has the pleasure of teaching the younger ones, always in a simple, didactic way and with a lot of energy.
He has made numerous publications and conferences across 5 continents. His time as president of the Brazilian Society of Neurosurgery was marked by his strengthening in teaching. In 2019, Professor Borba was nominated Honorary Professor of Sechenov Medical University , Moscow, Russia, among others.
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