Master and Fellow’s aim is to explore all the fields of neuroscience
Since 2019, Master and Fellow’s aim is to explore the development of the neuroscience culture, ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes, new technologies, patients’ management, everything due to the major societal impact linked to these illnesses in Europe, the USA and Asia.
Strokes are the biggest cause of adult handicap and the second biggest cause of death and dementia in these areas of the world. More than 40% of patients suffer from lifelong sequelae.
To improve, we need to communicate, that's why twice a year we organize a live online meeting the "SLICE Worldwide" and the "SLICE Next Frontiers". Which in we prompt doctors (master) and students (fellow) to exchange about concrete cases, medical procedures, brand new devices, clinical studies, and medical trials.
Our work is to prevent and teach our medics how to deal with these problems the most efficient way. Through life cases, symposium, and courses with KOLs (Key Opinion Leaders), and worldwide fellows.
Over time, we’ve also developed a brilliant team of passionate educators, insatiable students, and qualified health professionals, who are helping to expand the reach and impact of Master and Fellow. We’ve now had over 200k views of our content from an audience spanning more than 90 countries.
Our goal for the future is to stay in touch with our community. To gather more people to collaborate and educate as many people as possible about neurological diseases.
Master and Fellow explore the field of neuroscience, neurology, neurosurgery and neuroradiology through live case, symposium and empirical experience.
With our KOLs teaching our students, the aim is to provide practical and pragmatic education to new and practitioners in the discipline. All content and cases are internationally oriented
Because practice is the key to knowledge, all of the content offered is geared towards professional practice. Whether through concrete cases, educational games or even morbimortality: the content has a practical vocation.
SLICE Worldwide addresses treatment and care for ischemic strokes. This multidisciplinary conference allows international specialists to discuss good practices.
Relive the sessions presented in the SLICE through practical and exciting trainings, in our different worldwide centers.
SLICE Next Frontiers is focused on practicing interventional neuroradiology in the neuro-endovascular treatment of hemorrhagic pathologies.
Obtaining a fast and efficient triage of stroke patients in a region may be the most valuable intervention that a comprehensive stroke center can make to improve outcomes in his catchment area. There is no perfect model and the only certainty that currently exists is that each region has work-out a model that fits best its geography, economy, population, and medical resources.