Dr. Mario Arturo Alonso Vanegas is a High Level Neurosurgeon expert in Nervous Systemic Tumors , Epilepsy Surgery and its treatment, as well as Parkinson's and Parkinson's Surgery.
He is a graduate of the Autonomous University of Guadalajara as a Surgeon , then performs the specialty in Neurosurgery certified before the Mexican Council of Neurological Surgery , in turn concludes the subspecialty in Functional and Epilepsy Neurosurgery at the Montreal Neurological Institute of McGIll University .
Since his return to Mexico he has dedicated himself to the management and dissemination of both epilepsy refractory to pharmacological treatment, also called epilepsy of difficult control. He created the first advanced center for the surgical management of epilepsy at the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery, recognized by the International League of Epilepsy (ILAE) , today the highest authority in the regulation and creation of guidelines in this specialty. After 20 years of experience in various prestigious institutions in Mexico, he is currently Director of the International Center for Epilepsy Surgery at the HMG Coyoacán Hospital and recognized as one of the best specialists in Mexico City .
Dr. Alonso Vanegas has been the Author and Co - author of more than 80 publications , 30 chapters and more than 70 abstracts in multiple magazines, books and compendiums nationally and internationally. He has attended more than 80 courses and medical update congresses , and has also participated as Professor, Speaker and Speaker in more than 200 courses and conferences , 90 national congresses and 65 internationally.
He is a member of the Mexican Academy of Surgery , the National Academy of Medicine, the American Society of Epilepsy among 15 other academic institutions. He currently belongs to the National System of Researchers level 2. He was president of the Mexican Chapter of the International League against Epilepsy and currently chairs the surgical treatment committee for developing countries of ILAE.
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