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July 5, 2020

PNI Receives Prestigious “Team Honor Roll” Award from North American Skull Base Society

by Guest Author

PNI is proud to announce that we have received the coveted “Team Honor Roll” Award from the North American Skull Base Society (NASBS). The award is granted to institutions with dedicated skull base surgery teams, featuring physicians from various specialties.

About the NASBS Team Honor Roll Award

Only 16 institutions in the United States have received the award, and we are only 1 out of 2 such institutions here on the West Coast. This award reflects PNI’s commitment to a multidisciplinary, team-based approach to skull base surgery.

For our patients with conditions such as skull base, pituitary, and brain tumors, this translates to receiving top-notch, comprehensive care from among the very best in their respective fields. Patients coming to PNI can expect that our physicians will work together to provide them with the best treatment plan to assure them of the best possible outcome.

2020 NASBS Team Honor Roll

NASBS Team Honor Roll

In the physician community, this represents another milestone for PNI as we continue to strive for innovation and excellence in skull base surgery. Skull base surgery is a very complex field, often involving multiple disciplines. As such, finding the most optimal course of treatment can be challenging. Our physicians collaborate with each other as they handle some of the most difficult cases and come up with effective solutions.

Indeed, teamwork is the key to success!

Meet Our PNI Doctors

The PNI Team is a group of highly specialized medical professionals with vast experience across a wide spectrum of neurological and cranial disorders. A global destination for prompt treatment of complex conditions with a prime focus on quality of life.

To schedule a consultation at Pacific Neuroscience Institute or call at 310-582-7640.

About the Author

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R.J. Mallari is a neurosurgery research intern at Pacific Neuroscience Institute. With a background in math, combined with his interest in the neurosciences, his analytical skills have been invaluable in the assessment of patient and surgical data and outcomes. He is passionate about the treatment of neurological diseases and is preparing to enter medical school. 

Last updated: November 19th, 2021