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International Affairs Committee member Ken Holden (l) and Chair, Jorge Vidaurre (r); have been actively involved in several Central and South American projects and conferences, cultivating invaluable relationships with child neurologists to the south.

Child Neurology on the World State

Winter 2016 | CNS Connections magazine

QUESTION | What are the proposed goals of the International Affairs Committee? Our main goal is to improve the delivery of pediatric neurological care in developing countries and in areas...

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Q & A with “Transitioning” CNS President, Nina Schor

Fall 2015 | CNS Connections magazine

Editor’s Note: I first met Dr. Schor about twenty years ago, when I was still a resident. I was working in a lab and trying to learn how to perform...

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Anatomy of a CNS Annual Meeting: How Does a Meeting Get its Shape?

April/May 2013 | CNS Connections magazine

Mustafa Sahin, MD, PhD, is currently serving his second year as Chair of the Scientific Selection and Program Planning Committee responsible for planning and organizing the content of the annual...

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