Duke Brain Aneurysm Symposium 2020


Duke Neurosurgery is pleased announce the second annual Duke Brain Aneurysm Symposium. This year's symposium will  focus on survivorship and recovery, with content planned with survivors, loved ones, and care providers in mind.

Thanks to the generosity of the grateful family of brain aneurysm survivor Justin Gelman, the event is free to  anyone interested in learning more about brain aneurysm treatment.

Registration information for the 2020 symposium is coming soon.


About the Symposium

In February 2018, Duke University student Justin Gelman suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm while in his dorm room. His family's positive experience with the Duke Neurosurgery team spurred them to create the Duke Brain Aneurysm Fund, with the mission of saving and improving lives by helping to ensure the best brain aneurysm care.