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In addition, Professor Ladislau ...
In addition, Professor Ladislau Steiner, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center will present the Lars Leksell Lecture.
Director of UVA's Gamma Knife Center, Dr. Steiner was a trusted associate of Swedish professor and neurosurgeon Lars Leksell, inventor of the radiosurgical instrument that bears his name.
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LADISLAU STEINER, MD, PhDDr. Steiner is the Director of the Lars Leskell Gamma Knife Center for Surgery and Alumni Professor of Neurological Surgery and Professor of Radiology at the University of Virginia.Prior to UVa, he worked from 1962 to 1987 at the Neurosurgical Department of the Karolinksa Hospital where his last position was Chief Dr. Steiner has published extensively on, among other subjects, subarachnoid hemorrhage, aneurysms, AVMs, pituitary adenomas, meningiomas, vestibular schwannomas, metastatic brain tumors, low and high grade astrocytomas, methods of volume assessment on CT and MRI, immunology in gliomas, prostaglandins, leucotrens and Gamma surgery.He devised the first hemostatic titanium clip and, among other neurosurgical instruments, a stereotactic guide for microsurgery.Dr. Steiner is a founding, corresponding or honorific member or president of multiple national and international neurosurgical societies.He was the Sheline and Leskell lecturer.He received the Sugita award in 2001 from the International Society of Neurological Technology and Instrument Invention and the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies Gold Medal of Honor, 2003 and the Markusovszy award, 2000.He is a scientific reviewer for the Journal of Neurosurgery, The Neurosurgery, the Acta Neurochirugica, the Harvard Press and Surgical Neurology.Dr. Steiner graduated from the medical school at University of Cluj-Napoca and received his PhD from the Karolinksa Institute.
News - Riverside & University of Virginia RadioSurgery Center can now treat tumors non-surgically anywhere on the body with the addition of Synergy Sâ„¢
Dr. Ladislau Steiner, Alumni Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology at the University of Virginia and Director of the Gamma Knife Center at U.Va. is part of the Medical Advisory Panel for Riverside's Gamma Knife Center.
Dr. Steiner is recipient of the 2003 Gold Medal of Honor from the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies for lifetime contributions to neurosurgery practice and teaching and of the Sugita Award from the International Society for Neurosurgical Technology and Instrument Invention.
He is a widely recognized pioneer in radiosurgery applications as well as in the development of the Gamma Knife.
Dr. Ladislau Steiner, Alumni ...
Dr. Ladislau Steiner, Alumni Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology at the University of Virginia and Director of the Gamma Knife Center at U.Va. will also become the (visiting) Medical Director of Riverside's Gamma Knife Center.Dr. Steiner was awarded the 2003 Gold Medal of Honor from the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies for lifetime contributions to neurosurgery practice and teaching and is a widely recognized pioneer of radiosurgery applications.He was involved in the development of the Gamma Knife®.
University of Virginia Upgrades to Revolutionary Leksell Gamma Knife(R) Perfexion(TM) for Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery
Ladislau Steiner, MD, PhD, is a Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology in the Department of Neurosurgery, and Director of the Lars Leksell Center for Gamma Knife Radiosurgery, at the University of Virginia Health System.
"After assessing the features and performance of Leksell Gamma Knife Perfexion
, I may paraphrase Malis, stating that the performance of Leksell Gamma Knife Perfexion
will force reluctant users of radiosurgery to recognize that the Gamma Knife surgery has been, is, and remains the gold standard for radiosurgery," concludes Dr. Steiner