The 4th Annual Indy NeuroCon, hosted by the Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell, was a huge success! This year’s event, held at Marian University Michael A. Evans Center, also provided multiple continuing education credits. For the first time we were able to offer 2 days with 3 separate tracks: adult inpatient, adult outpatient and pediatrics which allowed attendees to choose the information most appropriate to their practice.
- Attendees: Over 115 individual participants attended the conference both virtually and in-person.
- Speakers and Topics: Twenty-five healthcare experts presented 28 dynamic topics covering neurological conditions and treatments. Two TBI patient survivors also shared their experience and recovery journeys with all who attended.
- Sponsors: Thank you to all of our generous sponsors! We had 13 sponsors who helped to support the efforts of the Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell, a research-focused organization with an emphasis on neurological surgery, pain, and endovascular diseases and injuries.
Attendees had a number of great things to say about the conference, such as it offered a wide variety of neurosurgery topics, presentations were educational and information was presented in a concise and easy-to-understand manner. Check out some of this year’s conference testimonials below!
“Great graphics and explanations” Shelley, 2022 Indy NeuroCon attendee
“Great coverage over all aspects of neurosurgery” Allie, 2022 Indy NeuroCon attendee
“Content provided was very relatable and pertinent to my practice” Christopher, 2022 Indy NeuroCon attendee