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Digital Research Forum: Omar Arnaout, MD

Please note: This event was rescheduled to May 7th due to weather. 

Sponsored by the Schlager Family

Omar Arnaout, MD
AI Application in Neurosurgery

Date: Monday, May 7th
Time: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Location: 2nd Floor Conference Room, BTM VTC 02006B

Join iHub as we welcome Omar Arnaout, MD, Department of Neurosurgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and learn how AI is being applied in Neurosurgery at the May Digital Research Forum. 

On May 7th, Arnaout will discuss how his current work on using residual convolutional neural networks to improve treatment of brain tumors. Arnaout's clinical practice includes all aspects of neurosurgical oncology including minimally invasive surgery, as well as a broad spectrum of spinal disorders. Arnaout also co-directs the Computational Neuroscience Outcomes Center in the Department of Neurosurgery focusing on neurosurgical applications of artificial intelligence. 
 

Please note: This event is open to BWH
employees and those within the Partners network.


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Omar Arnaout, MD
Co-Director, Computation Neuroscience Outcomes Center, Attending Neurosurgeon, Department of Neurosurgery, BWH
Member of Faculty, HMS

Arnaout completed his undergraduate education at Washington University in St Louis in 2006 after which he attended medical school at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, graduating in 2010. Arnaout's neurosurgical training took place at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and was followed by fellowship training in complex skull base surgery at Harvard School of Medicine. Subsequently, he undertook additional fellowship training in minimally invasive neurosurgery in Sydney, Australia. In January 2018, Arnaout returned to Boston to serve on the faculty of the department of neurosurgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His clinical practice includes all aspects of neurosurgical oncology including minimally invasive surgery, as well as a broad spectrum of spinal disorders. Arnaout also co-directs the Computational Neuroscience Outcomes Center in the department of neurosurgery focusing on neurosurgical applications of artificial intelligence.