Meyer Children's Hospital
Meyer Children’s Hospital
After specialization in Neurosurgery at the University of Brescia (Italy), Dr. Mirko Scagnet continued his training as a pediatric neurosurgeon at the Children Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Boston Children's Hospital, The Hospital for Sick Children (Toronto, Canada), Universitè Paris Diderot (Paris, France), & Hopital Timone Enfants (Marseille, France).
Dr. Scagnet deals with endoscopic endonasal surgery of the skull base (pituitary adenomas, craniopharyngiomas, chordomas of the clivus) with use of 3D endoscope, neuroncology for the treatment of pediatric brain tumors with interventions integrated with ultrasound and neuronavigation, treatment of craniostenosis with minimally invasive techniques, endoscopic treatment of hydrocephalus, and treatment of vertebral and cranial malformations.
It is my privilege to partner with The Children’s Brain Tumor Network (CBTN), which is at the forefront of pediatric genetic research.
Meyer Children's Hospital
Exploring the Possible Role of Mutations in MTOR pathway Genes in the Pathogenesis of DNET tumors
Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumors (DNET) genetic origins are little understood. Using samples from CBTN BioBank, researchers are conducting studies to help answer questions about their development to identify novel drug therapies.
Anna Maria Buccoliero
CBTN Annual Investigator Meeting
Molecular Characterization of Glioneuronal Tumor with Neuropil-like Island (GTNI)
Our research focuses on genetic studies of poor responder pediatric brain tumors. In particular, we are studying the genetic basis of pediatric Glioblastoma Multiforme (pGBM) and Glioneuronal tumor with neuropil-like islands (GTNI) through different techniques of molecular biology, array-CGH andDown
Mirko Scagnet, Sabrina Giglio, Laura Giunti, and Chiara Caporalini
Children's Brain Tumor Network - Accelerating Research Through Collaboration and Open Science
This presentation highlights the impact and importance of the collaborative and open source nature of CBTN databases and samples.
Jena Lilly, Jennifer Mason, Elizabeth Appert, Allison Heath, Yuankun Zhu, Bo Zhang, Mateusz Koptyra, Mariarita Santi, Ian Pollack, Stewart Goldman, Sarah Leary, Anna Buccoliero, Mirko Scagnet, David Haussler, Derek Hanson, Jiangguo Zhang, Weiqing Wan, Chunde Li, Ron Firestein, Jason Cain, Joanna Phillips, Nalin Gupta, Sabine Mueller, Gerald Grant, Michelle Monje-Deisseroth, Sonia Partap, Jeffrey Greenfield, Brian Rood, Javad Nazarian, Eric Raabe, Eric Jackson, Stacie Stapleton, Robert Lober, David Kram, Phillip Storm, Rishi Lulla, Michael Prados, Adam Resnick, and Angela Waanders