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The Florida Neurosurgical Society was established in 1958 to unite qualified neurosurgeons in the State of Florida into a representative organization to further the aims and ideals of Neurosurgery and of the medical profession.


 COVID-19
COVID-19 Resources for Florida Neurosurgeons
In an effort to keep our members and all Florida neurosurgeons up-to-date and equipped to prepare for COVID-19, FNS has compiled informational resources.

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 FNS Annual Meeting
Dear Florida Neurosurgical Society Members & Meeting Attendees:

After much discussion and deliberation, the Board of Directors of the FNS have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Florida Neurosurgical Society Annual Meeting. This is so difficult because more than anyone, Physicians deserve a chance to get together with their colleagues, families and friends for a weekend of education and camaraderie.

A few housekeeping items:
  • If you made a room reservation at The Breakers, your reservation will cancel automatically, and you will receive a refund on any deposits that you paid.
  • If you still wish to spend the weekend at The Breakers, we have a limited number of rooms that they are holding for us so you can reinstate your reservation at the FNS group rate. They are first come/first serve so I suggest that once you receive your email cancellation notice, call the Breakers back at 888.273-2537 as soon as possible to reinstate the reservation.
  • If you booked accommodations OUTSIDE of the room block, you will need to call The Breakers to cancel.
  • Your meeting registration will automatically be refunded. Look for an email and refund on your credit card from 123Signup. It may take a couple weeks.
And MOST IMPORTANLY, mark your calendars and plan for THE 2021 Florida Neurosurgical Society Annual Meeting AUGUST 13-15, 2021.

The Florida Neurosurgical Society Staff is so proud of each and every one of you for getting out there to take care of patients day after day. Keep doing what you do best! Here’s to better days ahead...
 Awards
Congratulations to the 2019 Resident Winner:

Resident Winner
Brian M. Corliss, MD

Brian was born in Albany, NY, and raised in Clifton Park, NY. He attended The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, majoring in biophysics with special concentrations in physical chemistry and applied math. He received the Ben and Fortuna Iseman-Klotz Memorial Scholarship during his junior and senior years, and in 2009 was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.

In March 2009, he was commissioned in the grade of Second Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps of the United States Army Reserve. He received the F. Edward Hebert Scholarship, and attended Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA, where he was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. Before graduating from medical school in 2013, he received the David L. Kasdon award for outstanding achievement in the neurological sciences and neurosurgery.

In May 2013, he was commissioned in the grade of Captain in the United States Army Medical Corps. He was then stationed in Gainesville to pursue active duty training in neurosurgery at the University of Florida. He is scheduled to complete his residency training in 2020. In his free time, he is an avid long-distance runner and soccer fan. He also enjoys rifle sports and baking pastries. His clinical interests in neurosurgery include traumatic brain injury, neurosurgical critical care, skull base surgery, and open and endovascular surgery. Brian is also dedicated to medical and pre-medical education and mentorship.
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 About the FNS
The Florida Neurosurgical Society was established in 1958 to unite qualified neurosurgeons in the State of Florida into a representative organization to further the aims and ideals of Neurosurgery and of the medical profession; to study the socioeconomic aspects of medicine to encourage and maintain the best patient care and the highest standards of practice of Neurosurgery; to cooperate with other organizations of like purpose and the medical profession at large.