David M. Ibrahimi, M.D. Visiting Professorship
David M. Ibrahimi, M.D. Visiting Professorship A Project of School of Medicine Professorships
As part of the mission, the University of Maryland School of Medicine is committed to outstanding patient care, advancing research, and providing excellence in education for tomorrow's clinicians. As such, the Department of Neurosurgery is committed to the School's academic mission and has one of the oldest neurosurgery resident training programs in the country. There are many educational training opportunities offered in the neurosurgery resident program, but its cornerstone, is the weekly grand rounds conference which is led by a variety of speakers from neurosurgery and guests speakers from other relevant disciplines. A visiting professorship in academic medicine is considered a prestigious honor to be invited to lecture and share ones scientific contributions to the field of medicine.
The Department of Neurosurgery seeks to establish the David M. Ibrahimi, M.D. Visiting Professorship to enable the University of Maryland to invite world-renowned leaders in the field of spinal research to lecture and provide an interchange where scientific discoveries are shared. Dr. Ibrahimi was a leading spine surgeon committed to providing the best possible patient care, advancing innovative spine research, and educating future leaders in spine neurosurgery. It is our hope to carry on Dr. Ibrahimi's legacy in the field of spinal neurosurgery by establishing an Endowed Visiting Professorship in his name that will provide an outstanding educational opportunity for future generations of neurosurgeons to come.
How can you help?
Gifts will help the Department of Neurosurgery carry on Dr. Ibrahimi's legacy in the field of spinal neurosurgery by establishing an Endowed Visiting Professorship in his name that will provide an outstanding educational opportunity for future generations of neurosurgeons to come.
Supported by 7 Donations:
David C. '13I Gave $1,500In Memory of Dr. David Ibrahimi. Your contributions as a person, friend and surgeon are greatly missed. Miss you Dave.
AnonymousI Gave $2,500In the spirit of continued remembrance and spine training. Love you Dave.
Louis C. '11I Gave $2,500
I Gave $1,000From Atlas Medical
I Gave $2,500In memory and honor of Dr. David Ibrahimi: Dave, you are greatly missed. You will certainly be remembered through the Ibrahimi Professorship!