Young Neurosurgeons Committee of the AANS: Training Ground for Future Leaders in Organized Neurosurgery in the United States of America.
Leadership; Organized neurosurgery; YNC; Young Neurosurgeons Committee
The Young Neurosurgeons Committee (YNC), founded in 1991 by Dr. Roberto C. Heros, has been a vital component of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS). It has grown from an opportunity for young neurosurgeons to network with senior neurosurgeons to becoming the major voice of young neurosurgeons and a training ground for the future leaders of organized neurosurgery. This article reviews the leadership involvement of 168 past YNC members and briefly highlights the careers of four of these members who have attained leadership positions in neurosurgery.
Neurosciences (Brain & Spine)
Linzey, Joseph R; Sivakumar, Walavan; Johnson, Jeremiah N; Ivan, Michael E; Haider, Ali S; Philips, Chris Ann; Than, Khoi D; Tomei, Krystal L; Muraszko, Karin M; and Nduom, Edjah K, "Young Neurosurgeons Committee of the AANS: Training Ground for Future Leaders in Organized Neurosurgery in the United States of America." (2018). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 922.