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Novalis Circle Hosts Symposium on Latest Neurosurgical Developments in the Treatment of High-Grade Gliomas

Defining new treatment opportunities for patients with recurring disease

Scottsdale, AZ, Friday, November 18, 2016 - The Novalis Circle, a worldwide network of clinicians dedicated to the advancement of radiosurgery, today announced an advanced symposium to be held during the 21st Annual Meeting and Education Day of the Society for Neuro-Oncology at the Scottsdale Fairmont Princess Hotel, November 17 - 20, 2016.

Elekta and Brainlab improve Interoperability and Treatment Capabilities in Stereotactic Neurosurgery Treatments

MADRID, September 29, 2016 – Elekta (EKTA-B.ST) and Brainlab announced today at the European Society of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery (ESSFN) meeting in Madrid that they have entered into a technical exchange agreement regarding the new software from Brainlab, Elements Stereotaxy* and Elekta’s new precise delivery system, Leksell® Vantage™ Stereotactic System**.

TraumaCad Sales Cement Brainlab Position as UK Market Leader for Orthopedic Surgical Planning

70% of UK Hospitals Now Equipped with TraumaCad Orthopedic Digital Templating

London, September 28, 2016 - Brainlab, a global leader in medical technology, announced today that it has solidified its position as the dominant force in orthopedic surgical planning, adding 20 new TraumaCad® sites in the United Kingdom in the past 12 months. With consistent annual sales growth in the U.K. of approximately 10 percent, TraumaCad is now available in nearly 70 percent of hospitals in the U.K.

Novalis Circle Symposium Focuses on Emerging Role of Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Patients with Spine Bone Metastasis

An evening of scientific exchange highlights latest technical innovations and clinical best practices

Boston, September 26, 2016—The Novalis® Circle hosted a symposium at this year’s American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) Annual Meeting to present and discuss topics related to stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) treatment benefits in patients with spine metastasis. At the center of the scientific agenda, world-renowned experts highlighted current clinical evidence from leading institutions around the world who are at the forefront of improving pain management in spine disease. The growing benefit of stereotactic radiosurgery as up-front treatment for radio-resistant tumors or as part of multi-disciplinary care in conjunction with spine separation surgery were some of the new treatment paradigms highlighted by the speakers.

Brainlab Incorporates Arc Trajectory Optimization in Next Generation Cranial Radiosurgery Software

New algorithm creates patient-specific arc trajectories by penalizing geometric collisions with critical structures and rewarding steep dose gradients

Washington, DC, July 29, 2016— Brainlab, a global leader in medical technology, will showcase innovations for the complete radiosurgery process, including arc trajectory optimization, at this year’s AAPM (American Association of Physicists in Medicine) Annual Meeting, July 31 - August 4 in Washington, DC.

The Chris O'Brien Lifehouse Hospital Demonstrates Commitment to New Standard in Radiosurgery

The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse successfully passed the Novalis Certified Process

Sydney, May 23, 2016—Brainlab announced today that The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse hospital in Camperdown, Sydney has successfully completed Novalis Certified, which confirms compliance with a new standard for quality and patient safety in radiosurgery. In order to earn this certification, The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse hospital displayed adherence to a set of standardized quality and safety requirements for their stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) program, including a review of technological, training, personnel and quality assurance requirements by the world-renowned physicist, Timothy Solberg, PhD from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in the U.S.

National Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) Patient Registry gains Momentum

Brainlab data extraction technology facilitates streamlined patient data accrual at 11 hospitals across the U.S.

Chicago (May 3, 2016) – Brainlab, a global leader in medical technology, today announced that it has enrolled 11, to date, of the expected 30 hospitals and healthcare systems in the national Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) Patient Registry. Launched in partnership with The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) and the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), the patient registry will gather important patient data, aiming to define national patterns of care in radiosurgery, with an eye to improving health care outcomes, supporting informed decision-making and potentially lowering the cost of care for patients.

Navigating Brain Cancer with Information, Inspiration and Informatics

Brainlab is helping patients find their way to the right treatment at the right time

Chicago — May 2, 2016 — Brainlab, a global leader in medical technology, marks “Brain Tumor Awareness Month” in May, actively participating in patient-oriented events while driving R&D and technology advancements. Brainlab technology is in use in over 4,375 hospitals worldwide and the company is dedicated to improving access to and consistency of treatments for brain tumor patients.

Brainlab Optimizes Planning Processes and Algorithms for Cranial Indications

Next generation cranial radiosurgery software is patient-tailored and treatment optimized

Munich, April 28, 2016 – Brainlab, a global leader in medical technology, will showcase new Elements Cranial SRS* software at this year’s European Society for Radiotherapy & Oncology Meeting—ESTRO 35—April 29-May 3 in Turin, Italy. Elements Cranial SRS offers both research and daily practice opportunities, dovetailing perfectly with ESTRO 35’s focus on multi- and interdisciplinary components in all aspects of radiosurgery treatment.

Brainlab Licenses Critical Intellectual Property from Dalhousie University for Next Generation Cranial Radiosurgery Product

New Algorithm Creates Patient Specific Arc Trajectories by Penalizing Geometric Collisions with Critical Structures and rewarding steep Dose Gradients towards such Structures

Munich, April 13, 2016 — Brainlab AG, a leader in cranial SRS software development and Dalhousie University, Atlantic Canada’s leading research-intensive university located in Nova Scotia, Canada, have entered into an exclusive intellectual property license agreement for integration with next generation radiosurgery software.

Neurosurgery Developments in the Treatment of High Grade Gliomas


The Novalis® Circle invites you to join a symposium during the 21st Annual Meeting and Education Day of the Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO) in Scottsdale. Our event will be hosted in the Dorado Room of the Fairmont Princess Hotel on Friday, November 18th from 5:30 – 7:30 PM.

Experience Innovations in Imaging, Image Review and Planning


Join Brainlab for a look at our latest technologies for image review, imaging, navigation and planning at NASS 2016.

Experience the Latest in Image Review, Intraoperative Spine Imaging and Navigation


Join Brainlab for a look at our latest technologies for image review, imaging and navigation at EUROSPINE 2016.

Optimize Planning Processes for Cranial and Spinal Indications


Brainlab will be showcasing the new Elements Cranial and Spine SRS software at this year’s Annual Congress of the French Society of Radiation Oncology (SFRO) in Paris.

Explore the New Website


Novalis® Circle is now better than ever. We are very excited to announce the relaunch of for all Novalis Program users. While the web address remains the same,, the re-designed site offers new ways to engage with peers and a next-generation platform to communicate, collaborate, engage and develop new ideas.

Enhance Your SRS Workflows with Brainlab Elements


Join Brainlab at booth #10013 to demo the latest Elements for Cranial, Spine and Multiple Brain Mets.

Advancements in Neuronavigation and Intraoperative Imaging


At this year’s European Association of Neurosurgical Societies (EANS) Congress, Brainlab presents the latest innovations that support comprehensive neurosurgical workflows.

Elements DICOM Viewer Web-based


Brainlab DICOM Viewer Web-based provides the surgeon with independence to access images from any location or device as well as from radiology.

Optimization of Planning and Processes for Cranial and Spinal Indications


Brainlab will be showcasing the new Elements Cranial and Spine SRS* software at this year’s Annual Congress of the Spanish Radiosurgery Society (SER) in Granada.

Converting Data into Valuable Surgical Information