Dr. Arthur Day and His Role in the 14th World Congress of Neurological Surgery in Boston, Massachusetts
As Vice President of the 14th World Congress of Neurological Surgery, a gathering of neurosurgeons from every corner of the globe, Dr. Arthur Day contributed to the management of the professional activities and educational endeavors of the meeting.
Taking place in Boston, Massachusetts in 2009, the 14th World Congress of Neurological Surgery consisted of numerous events and meetings to address the latest developments in the field of neurosurgery, along with educational programs to demonstrate advancements to neurosurgical procedures in both didactic and clinical sessions.
In addition, the 14th World Congress of Neurological Surgery presented a number of deserving practitioners with the Young Neurosurgeon Awards, an honor to recognize achievements in scientific and clinical work. Convening in the historic Hynes Convention Center, the 14th World Congress of Neurological Surgery featured the exceptional participation of hundreds of medical professionals, with a series of keynote addresses from some of the top experts in the field of neurosurgery.
Sponsored by the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS), the World Congress of Neurological Surgery meets once per year to foster a spirit of collaboration and information sharing among neurosurgeons worldwide. The World Congress of Neurological Surgery aims to establish and improve the universal standards of neurosurgery, promote and fund research in the field, and address various issues of public health.