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Princeton Neurosurgeon Trains Russian Colleagues

McLaughlin Scrubs Small Mark R. McLaughlin, MD, FACES
A prominent Princeton neurosurgeon, Dr. Mark McLaughlin, will lead a Neurosurgery Symposium in St. Petersburg, Russia, August 15-17, 2005. The symposium, entitled Advances in Brain and Spine Surgery: Technology and Care, will train 150-200 Russian neurosurgeons in the latest advances & techniques in neurosurgery. This landmark event will help improve patient care in a country with an out-dated health care system and limited resources for neurosurgical training.

Dr. McLaughlin has long ties of friendship and collaboration with Russian neurosurgeons. He is co-organizing the event with a Russian colleague Dr. Yuri Shulev. The two surgeons met when Dr. Shulev completed a training program in the United States. Dr. McLaughlin first visited Russia in 1997 and saw the great need for support and training, which led to the first Russian-American neurosurgery symposium in 2000.

For the 2005 symposium, Dr. McLaughlin and Dr. Shulev recruited several other internationally recognized neurosurgeons as faculty, and raised funds from the neurosurgery community & industry to sponsor the event.

About Dr. McLaughlin
Dr. McLaughlin is the founder and head neurosurgeon at Princeton Brain and Spine Care, with offices in Princeton, NJ and Langhorne, PA.

Dr Mark McLaughlin

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