Professional Medical Education
ACCESS • REMOVAL • COLLECTION
As part of the mission to revolutionize minimally invasive neurosurgery, NICO supports evidence-based medical education through a wide range of offerings. Providing access to both virtual and in-person education programs, NICO strives to make learning accessible, easy, and impactful.
Leading Edge Curriculum
- Evidence Based Medicine
- Patient Selection Guidance
- Large Body of Clinical & Economic Evidence
Hands-on Technical Skills
- Transsulcal & Parafascicular Access
- Automated Subcortical Lesion Removal & Resection
- Intraoperative Tissue Collection & Preservation
- Emergency Medicine
- Neurocritical Care
LIVE MIPS Education Programs
Offering both in-person and virtual options, MIPS education is an introduction to a deficit-sparing approach which utilizes NICO’s BrainPath and Myriad technologies. Minimally Invasive Parafascicular Surgery (MIPS) education programs cover concepts in white matter tract preservation and transsulcal approaches and introduce the most recent evidence to support safety and feasibility of subcortical surgery.
MIPS Education Programs are the first step in NICO’s Minimum Education Requirements supporting neurosurgeons wanting to implement these technologies at an institution.
Educational Webinar Series
NICO’s Professional Education Webinar Series is continually developing to bring the most relevant topics to you! Webinars cover a wide range of areas including anatomy, tissue collection, surgical techniques, and published evidence.
These educational programs hospital and operating room teams aim to ensure competency and comfort with NICO’s family of products. Troubleshooting steps can be scheduled for live, in-person sessions.
As part of NICO’s Minimum Education Requirements and following, our goal is to complete case support on-site and in-person as much as possible. We also offer remote support to clinical teams for surgical preparation and during surgical procedures when requested.
Currently, all of NICO Medical Education’s offerings are non-CME.