Gabriella and Mario Zuccarello, MD, Award for Cerebrovascular Research
The Gabriella and Mario Zuccarello, MD, Award for Skull Base Research is an annual award intended to spur cranial research by neurosurgical residents at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
The award provides a $3,000 prize each spring to a resident who has proposed and completed the most compelling research project during the academic year.
This research may include basic science research, translational research, and direct application of investigative studies (e.g. clinical trials, clinical observations, chart and literature reviews) for improvement, and understanding and/or management of patient care, including the introduction of new innovative surgical techniques and technology. The clinical studies may be prospective or retrospective. Case studies fall within the scope of this award, especially if they are “ground breaking”.
2017: Christopher Carroll, MD “Porcine Model of Sulcal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Induction of Cortical Spreading Depolarizations and Early Cortical Ischemia”
2020: Bryan Krueger, MD "Endoscopic Endonasal Occipitocervical Fusion: Cadaveric Feasibility And Biomechanical Study"
2022: Mark Johnson, MD "An algorithm to improve lateralization accuracy of inferior petrosal sinus sampling: procedural nuances for complex patterns of venous drainage. Patient Series."
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