With over 200 surgeries performed annually, and a long history of neurosurgical innovation, the California Center for Pituitary Disorders (CCPD) at UCSF is one of the highest volume centers for pituitary surgery in the world.
Selected by the Pituitary Network Association for their December Spotlight, UCSF neurosurgeon Manish Aghi, MD, PhD, discusses the his research and how he came to specialize in brain and pituitary tumors.
"I would like to convey to my patients how committed I am to their well-being. When I am not seeing them in clinic, I am constantly reviewing their imaging and hitting refresh on the electronic medical record to get their lab results as soon as they become available, sharing their hopes for durable biochemical remission and preservation of hormonal function."
If you missed the 2021 Pituitary World News Patient Gathering, you can now access all of the presentations and roundtable discussions online.
CCPD physicians Lewis Blevins, MD, Manish Aghi, MD, PhD, Sandeep Kunwar, MD, and Philip Theodosopolous, MD, were joined by Kevin Yuen, MD, of Barrow Neurological Institute, family therapist Lisa Rio, and PWN chair and CEO, Jorge Faccinetti.
The second annual Patient Gathering sponsored by Pituitary World News and UCSF will go virtual on Saturday, February 6, 2021.
It will include 10 to 12 pre-recorded, patient-oriented lectures on various topics of interest to patients with pituitary disorders. On the day of the event, there will be three simultaneous town hall meetings followed by a plenary session with ample time for discussion and questions.
To learn more and register for this exciting event, please visit www.pituitaryworldnews.org.