Welcome to WINS

Opening Hours : Monday to Friday - 8am to 4:30pm CST
  Contact : kny@aans.org

Mission Statement

To educate, inspire, and encourage women neurosurgeons to realize their professional and personal goals, and to serve neurosurgery in addressing the issues inherent to training and maintaining a diverse and balanced workforce.

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Mentoring

The WINS committee has authored an article addressing the barriers of recruiting and retaining women into neurosurgery.

Spotlight

The WINS committee has authored an article addressing the barriers of recruiting and retaining women into neurosurgery.

Awards

The WINS committee has authored an article addressing the barriers of recruiting and retaining women into neurosurgery.

Becoming a member

The WINS committee has authored an article addressing the barriers of recruiting and retaining women into neurosurgery.

History of Women in Neurosurgery

Women in Neurosurgery, (WINS) encourages its members to get involved in organized neurosurgery and serve as a resource to the AANS, CNS and other neurosurgical and medical organizations at the local, state and national levels.

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Louise Eisenhardt, MD

As a right hand to Harvey Cushing, MD, Louise Eisenhardt, MD was the first neuropathologist and kept records on all of his surgical pathology specimens.

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Frances K. Conley, MD

Who hasn't heard of Frances Conley, MD? Having been a pioneering force in the recognition of the problems women pursuing medical careers face.

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Ann Marie Flannery, MD

Rarely in life do you meet a person whose hard work, determination, ambition and willingness to help others profoundly affects your life

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Ruth Kerr Jakoby, MD

Dr. Ruth Kerr Jakoby was born in Palo Alto, California. She attended Barnard College of Columbia University, receiving her B.A. in 1949.

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