14th ACNS Congress 2022
The 14th ACNS 2022 will be held in Shanghai, an exotic, modern, and dynamic place. As one of the world’s most avant-garde cities, Shanghai continuously renewing itself and rapidly expanding. Here we believe diversity drives innovation and inclusion spark creativity.
August 20th - 21st, 2021
History of ACNS
The development of Neurosurgery in Asia was random and sporadic. It was limited to a few countries to start with and the other countries lagged behind with terms of Neurosurgical facilities. While most countries started off late or did not bloom with respect to the departments of Neurosurgery, Japan was among one of the world leaders in Neurosurgery with a huge number of Neurosurgeons, research in neurosciences and very refined techniques fusing both technology and refined surgical skills to achieve some remarkable results in various subspecialties of Neurosurgery. Fujita University and its Neurosurgeons always aspired to better the benchmarks set.
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