UF Health Neurosurgery at the 2023 SNO Annual Meeting


University of Florida College of Medicine Lillian S. Wells Department of Neurosurgery is well represented at the 2023 Society of Neuro-Oncology Annual Meeting.

Connect with the University of Florida at SNO throughout the week by visiting our booth in the Exhibit Hall to learn about our comprehensive neurosurgery programs, research, educational and job opportunities.

Speaker & Oral Presentations

Saturday, November 18, 4:45 PM – 5:00 PM PT

Oral Abstract Presenter: Connor Francis

Session: Abstract Concurrent Session: Basic Science IV

IMMU-36 – PD-1KO Hematopoietic Stem Cells Rapidly Differentiate Into Glioma-Infiltrating Effector T-Cells

Location: Room 109-110

Connor Frances 600x400 F

Poster Presentations


7:46 PM – 7:50 PM PT 

Location: Exhibit Hall A/B

  • EXTH-35 – Unraveling the mechanistic underpinnings of mRNA vaccine mediated innate immune activation and lymphocyte trafficking for high-grade gliomas, Anna DeVries
  • IMMU-14 – Single cell RNAseq of PBMCs from newly-diagnosed glioblastoma patients, Bayli Divita Dean
  • CNSC-30 – CD4 T cells mediated upregulation of CCL4 chemokine drives glioblastoma tumor microenvironment reprogramming following treatment with a novel mRNA vaccine, Anjali Chauhan
  • QOL-27 – Exploring dyadic changes in anxiety and depression symptoms for primary brain tumor patients and their family caregivers, Kelsey C. Bacharz
  • BIOM-56 – The Private and recurring atigenic profile of most aggressive pediatric brain tumor, Chanlin Yan
  • CTIM-21 – T-cell receptor repertoire analysis in PBMCs from pediatric patients with recurrent medulloblastoma during adoptive cellular therapy, Oleg Yegorov
  • EXTH-07 – Neoadjuvant PD1 blockade alters the tumor microenvironment post-surgery in a preclinical model of recurrent glioblastoma, Changlin Yang
  • EXTH-11 – Adoptive cellular therapy overcomes glioma immune escape by disrupting MDSC proliferation and recruitment, John Figg
  • EXTH-22 – An IND-enabled study using a novel checkpoint blockade of LAIR1 for glioblastoma therapy, Haipeng Tao
  • IMMU-41 – Immunological targeting of slow-cycling cells to prevent recurrence in GBM, Loic Deleyrolle
  • RADT-22 – Stereotactic radiosurgery for vestibular schwannoma with radiographic brainstem compression, Anjah Shah
  • TMIC-61 – Investigating reprograming of the GBM’s tumor microenvironment as a result of co-transfer of hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) with adoptive cellular therapy, Alexandra Reid
  • TMIC-66 – Spatially resolved metabolic interactions in the GBM microenvironment, Avirup Chakrabort

Career Opportunities

We are seeking the best and brightest to join our neurosurgery team of faculty, healthcare providers, researchers, and administration staff! Click the links below to view open positions.

Education Programs

Fellowship Programs:

The Lillian S. Wells Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Florida are certified in post-graduate education by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Learn about our Fellowship Programs below:

Residency Program:

Residency education at UF is a technically exciting and intellectually challenging seven-year experience. Upon completion of the program, a resident will have a keen sense of accomplishment, will have built many life long friendships. Learn about our Residency program here.

Connect With US

Tammy Lindsay

Be sure to follow @UFNeurosurgery on Twitter to stay up-to-date throughout the conference and come by our booth in the Exhibit Hall.

Tammy Lindsay, R.N., B.S.N
UF Health Business Development

Cell: 352-339-5415/ Fax: 352-733-0016
Email: Lindst@shands.ufl.edu
For a referral form, email Tammy Lindsay