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SMISS ANNUAL FORUM CHAIRMEN: Christoph Hofstetter, MD; Stephen Ryu, MD; Kern Singh, MD; William Taylor, MD
This year’s SMISS Annual Forum will be held in Las Vegas, October 31–November 2, 2019. Join us for the #1 meeting in MISS! SMISS Annual Forum ’19 includes 1 day of optional cadaveric lab training and 2 days of didactic sessions, free papers, case discussions, and workshops.
DIRECTORS: Lawrence G. Lenke, MD, Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD, and Frank J. Schwab, MD
ISDS is coming to New York! After three successful years in Chicago, we look forward to welcoming colleagues from around the world to New York City. Please consider attending this comprehensive program, whether it is for the first time, or the fourth. You’ll return to your practice with numerous insights and tips to use right away. Program and Registration will be available August 1st!
PROGRAM DIRECTOR: TODD J. ALBERT, MD
For 30 years, Spine: Base to Summit has been the leading winter spine meeting. This highly interactive advanced CME course is for orthopaedic and neurological surgeons, fellows and residents who include spine surgery in their practice. Lively discussions in a casual atmosphere cover deformity, degenerative, trauma and tumor, MIS and open surgical procedures. Ample time is provided for attendees to enjoy time on the slopes with their families.
President: Eric Sherburn, MD; Program Chairman: Dennis Rivet, MD
We’ll stay at the incomparable Phoenician at the base of Camelback Mountain. The Phoenician is home to brand new fitness, golf, and spa facilities, 8 superb dining options, and spacious guestrooms with private balconies. With a unique mix of modern and historic attractions and opportunities for rejuvenation and recreation, 2020 in Scottsdale will be unforgettable!
CHAIR: Michael G. Vitale, MD, MPH
CO-CHAIRS: John M. Flynn, MD; Roger Härtl, MD; Lawrence G. Lenke, MD; Rajiv K. Sethi, MD
First do no harm! You’re invited to attend The 5th Annual The Safety in Spine Surgery Summit to learn about the numerous safety and quality advances being made in the field. During one day of sessions, you’ll hear from a diverse faculty about tips and tools that can help us all improve patient care.