How can we improve brain tumor early detection? An interview with Paul Brennan

Written by Paul Brennan (University of Edinburgh, Scotland)

We recently had the opportunity to interview Paul Brennan (University of Edinburgh, Scotland). Paul is a Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Neurosurgeon at the University of Edinburgh. He combines his operative work with laboratory research into the origin of gliomas. He also has an active involvement in clinical research and was co-founder of the British Neurosurgical Trainee Research Collaborative. In this interview, Brennan discusses brain tumor detection and the current challenges within the field. Can you tell us about your recent work investigating early detection methods in oncology? The focus on surgery in neuro-oncology is generally about how can...

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