Women in neurological surgery

Matson Memorial Lecture

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In 1987, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons Joint Section on Pediatric Neurological Surgery initiated the Matson Memorial Lecture series to honor Donald Darrow Matson, one of the twentieth century pioneers in pediatric neurosurgery. This lecture is delivered annually at the AANS spring meeting. An invitation to deliver the Matson Lecture is the highest honor that the Joint Section on Pediatric Neurosurgery can bestow upon one of its members.

Dr. Matson was born in Ft. Hamilton, New York, on November 28, 1913, and graduated from Cornell in 1935 with an A.B. degree. He

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