University of Bologna, Department of Neurosurgery, Bologna, Italy
Alfredo Conti, MD, PhD, FENS, completed a PhD in Neuro-Oncology at the University of Messina in 2007. Between 2006-2015 he served as Assistant Professor at the University of Messina. Prior to completing his PhD, Conti spent time abroad at Southwestern University in Dallas, the University of Florida, and the University of Miami to improve his skills in the field of stereotactic radiosurgery. Since 2018 he works with the CyberKnife Center of the Charité Faculty of Medicine, of Berlin. He has authored more than 180 international articles, book chapters, publications, and edited the book “CyberKnife Neuroradiosurgery” (Ed. Springer Nature). He served as reviewer for more than 30 journals, including the most important in the field of neuroscience and is a member of the editorial board of five of them.
He has lectured on more than 70 occasions at conferences and has been an invited speaker at several scientific institutions and international groups such as the British, German, Polish, Italian Societies of Neurosurgery, the World and European Federations of Neurosurgeons and multiple other world-renown organizations.
Conti has received some of the most major national and international awards in its field: the “Tagliapietra” National Award (by the Italian Society of Neurosurgery), the “B. Guidetti” International Award (by the Italian Society of Neurosurgery), Best Poster ESSFN (by the European Society of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery), EANS Aesculap Prize (by the European Society of Neurosurgery), the best publication competition for Radiosurgery (by Cureus Journal), and the EANS research fund (by the European Society of Neurosurgery).
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