Department of Surgery
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Dr Christopher Wallace

Dr Christopher Wallace, NeurosurgeonUniversity Position:
Professor, Division Chair and Service Chief

Current Appointment:
Attending Staff, Hotel Dieu Hospital
Attending Staff, Kingston General Hospital

Areas of Clinical Interest:
Neurosurgery

Areas of Research Interest:
Cerebrovascular disease, vascular malformations, intracranial aneurysms, and carotid stenosis

Contact Information:

Department of Surgery
Victory 3
Kingston General Hospital
76 Stuart St
Kingston, ON    K7L 2V7
Ph. (613) 549-6666 x7444
Fax. (613) 548-1346

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Fellowship:
• July 1987-June 1988
Wellcome Surgical Institute/University of Glasgow
Glasgow, Scotland
Research Fellowship
Supervisors: Professors G. Teasdale and J. McCulloch

• Jan 1987-June 1987
University Hospital
London, ON
Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery, Clinical Fellowship
Supervisors: Drs. C.G. Drake and S.J. Peerless

Residency:
• July 1986-Dec 1986
Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, ON
Senior Resident

• Jan 1986-June 1986
Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON
Senior Resident

• July 1985-Dec 1985
St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, ON
Senior Resident

• 1984-1985
St. Michael's Hospital/Sunnybrook Health Science Centre, Toronto, ON
Resident, Neurology/Neuropathology, Intensive Care Orthopaedics

• 1983-1984
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre/Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, ON
Junior Neurosurgical Resident

• 1981-1983
Sunnybrook Health Science Centre, Toronto, ON
Neurosurgical Research

• 1980-1981
Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, ON
Straight Surgical Internship

Medical School Graduation:
• 1980
Doctor of Medicine, Queen's University, Kingston, ON


PUBLICATIONS:
PA-denotes Principal Author; SRI-Senior Responsible Investigator; CPA-Co-Principal Author; C-Collaborator

Peer Reviewed - Journal Publications

Published

1. Rosen IB, Wallace MC, Strawbridge HG, Walfish PG: Reevaluation of needle aspiration cytology in detection of thyroid cancer.  Surgery 1981: 4: pp 747-756.  CPA

2. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Lewis AJ: Regenerative activity in the spinal cord after acute cord compression injury in rats.  Surgical Forum 1983: 34: pp 515-517.  PA

3. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Successful improvement of spinal cord blood flow, cardiac output and blood pressure following experimental spinal cord injury.  Surgical Forum 1985: 36: pp 502-504.  PA

4. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Spinal cord blood flow measured with microspheres following spinal cord injury in the rat.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1986: 13(2): pp 91-96.  PA

5. Wallace MC, Tator CH: The effect of naloxone on spinal cord blood flow and cardiac output following spinal cord injury.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1986: 18(4): pp 428-432.  PA

6. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Frazee P: The relationship between post-traumatic ischemia and hemorrhage in the injured spinal cord as shown by colloidal carbon angiography.  Neurosurgery 1986: 18(4): pp 433-439.  PA

7. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Failure of blood transfusion or naloxone to improve clinical recovery following experimental spinal cord injury.  Neurosurgery 1986: 19(4): pp 489-494.  PA

8. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Gentles WM: Effect of alternating current stimulation of the spinal cord injury in rats.  Surgical Neurology 1987: 28: pp 269-276.  PA

9. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Lewis AJ: Chronic regenerative changes in the spinal cord after cord compression injury in rats.  Surgical Neurology 1987: 27: pp 209-219.  PA

10. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Piper IR: Recovery of spinal cord function induced by direct current stimulation of the injured rat spinal cord.  Neurosurgery 1987: 20: pp 878-887.  PA

11. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Successful improvement of blood pressure, cardiac output and spinal cord blood flow following experimental spinal cord injury.  Neurosurgery 1987: 20(5): pp 710-715.  PA

12. Dewar D, Wallace MC, Kurumaji A, McCulloch J: Alterations in the N-methly-D-aspartate receptor following focal cerebral ischemia.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow Metabolism 1989: 9: pp 709-712.  CPA

13. Montanera W, Marotta TR, Ter Brugge KG, Lasjaunias P, Willinsky R, Wallace MC: Cerebral arteriovenous malformations associated with moyamoya phenomenon.  American Journal of Neuroradiology 1990: pp 1153-1156.  C

14. Levi ADO, Wallace MC, Bernstein M, Walters BC: Venous thromboembolism after brain tumor surgery:  A retrospective review.  Neurosurgery 1991: 28: pp 859-863.  SRI

15. Wallace MC, Teasdale GM, McCulloch J: Autoradiographic analysis of 3H-MK-801 (dizocilpine) in vivo uptake and in vitro binding after focal cerebral ischemia in the rat.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1992: 76: pp 127-133.  PA

16. Noel de Tilly L, Willinsky R, Ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Marotta T, Wallace MC: Cerebral arteriovenous malformation causing epistaxis.  American Journal of Neuroradiology 1992: 13: pp 333-334.  C

17. Willinsky R, Ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Wallace C, Aggarwal S: Micro-arteriovenous malformations of the brain: Superselective angiography in diagnosis and treatment.  American Journal of Neuroradiology 1992: 13: pp 325-330.  C

18. Aggarwal S, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Ter Brugge K, Wallace MC: Superselective angiography of a spinal dural arteriovenous fistula having a common segmental origin with the artery of Adamkiewicz.  Neuroradiology 1992: 34: pp 352-354.  C

19. Willinsky RA, Ter Brugge KG, Fitzgerald MP, Montanera WJ, Wallace MC: Delayed angiography in the investigation of intracerebral hematomas caused by brain micro arteriovenous malformations.  Neuroradiology 1993: 35: pp 307-311.  C

20. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Spigelman I, Uno M, Carlen PL, Tator CH, Charlton MP: Cell permeant Ca2+ chelators reduce early excitotoxic and ischemic neuronal injury in vitro and in vivo.  Neuron 1993: 11: pp 221-235.  CPA

21. Willinsky R, Ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Wallace MC, Gentili F: Spinal epidural arteriovenous fistulas:  Arterial and venous approaches to embolization.  American Journal of Neuroradiology 1993: 14: pp 812-817.  C

22. Kim P, Hains F, Wallace MC, Mior SA: Pancoast tumor:  A case report.  Journal of the Canadian Cardiovascular Association 1993: 37(4): pp 214-220.  SRI

23. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC: Role of angiography following aneurysm surgery.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1993: 79: pp 826-832.  CPA

24. Coyne TJ, Montanera WJ, MacDonald RL, Wallace MC: Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for cerebral vasospasm following subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Canadian Journal of Surgery 1994: 37(5): pp 391-396.  SRI

25. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Coyne TJ: The effect of surgery on the severity of vasospasm.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1994: 80: pp 433-439.  SRI

26.Coyne TJ, MacDonald RL, Wallace MC: Angiographic vasospasm in a contemporary series of patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 1994: 1(2): pp 106-110.  SRI

27. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC, Benedict C: Perioperative anticoagulant effects of heparinization for carotid endarterectomy.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1994: 64: pp 679-683.  CPA

28. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC: Surgical referral of patients with carotid artery stenosis: The influence of the North American Symptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy trial.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1994: 21: pp 129-132.  SRI

29. Tymianski M, Spigelman I, Zhang L, Carlen PL, Tator CH, Charlton MP, Wallace MC: Mechanism of action and persistence of neuroprotection by cell permeant Ca2+ chelators.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 1994: 14: pp 911-923.  SRI

30. Willinsky R, Ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Mikulis D, Wallace MC: Venous congestion:  An MR finding in dural arteriovenous malformations with cortical venous drainage.  American Journal of Neuroradiology 1994: 15: pp 1501-1507.  C

31. Hoff DJ, Wallace MC, Ter Brugge KG, Gentili F: Rotational angiography assessment of cerebral aneurysms.  American Journal of Neuroradiology 1994: 15: pp 1945-1948.  CPA

32. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC: Bilateral third cranial nerve palsies in association with ruptured anterior communicating artery aneurysm.  Surgical Neurology 1994: 42: pp 52-56.  SRI

33. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Montanera WJ, Glen JA: Pathological effects of angioplasty on vasospastic rabbit carotid arteries.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1995: 83: pp 111-117.  CPA

34. Uno R, Matsumoto M, Wallace MC: Neutral red staining for the assessment of acute outcome in rat focal cerebral ischemia models.  Neurologia Medico-Chirurgica 1995: 35: pp 561-566.  SRI

35. Coyne TJ, Fehlings MG, Wallace, MC, Bernstein M, Tator CH: C1-C2 Posterior cervical fusion:  Long term evaluation of results and efficacy.  Neurosurgery 1995: 37(4): pp 688-693.  C

36. Willinsky RA, terBrugge K, Montanera W, Mikulis D, Wallace MC: Posttreatment MR findings in spinal dural arteriovenous malformations.  American Journal of Neuroradiology 1995: 16: pp 2063-2071.  C

37. Hsu JC, Zhang L, Wallace MC, Eubanks JH: Cerebral ischemia alters the regional hippocampal expression of the m1 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor gene.  Neuroscience Letters 1996: 219: pp 87-90.  CPA

38. Ouanounou A, Zhang L, Tymianski M, Charlton MP, Wallace MC, Carlen PL: Accumulation and extrusion of permeant Ca2+ chelators in attentuation of synaptic transmission at hippocampal CA1 neurons.  Journal of Neuroscience 1996: 75(1): pp 99-109.  C

39. Spigelman I, Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Carlen PL, Velumian AA: Modulation of hipopocampal synaptic transmission by low concentrations of cell-permeant Ca2+ chelators:  Effects of Ca2+ affinity, chelator structure and binding kinetics chelator structure and binding kinetics.  Journal of Neuroscience 1996: 75(2): pp 559-572.  CPA

40. Willinsky R, Harper W, Wallace MC, Kucharczyk W, Montanera W, Mikulis D, terBrugge K: Follow-up MR of intracranial cavernomas the relationship between haemorrhagic events and morphology.  Interventional Neuroradiology 1996: 2: pp 127-135.  CPA

41. Davies MA, terBrugge K, Willinsky RA, Coyne T, Saleh J, Wallace MC: The validity of classification for the clinical presentation of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1996: 85: pp 830-837.  SRI

42. Takagi N, Shinno K, Teves L, Bisson N, Wallace MC, Gurd JW: Transient ischemia differentially increases tyrosine phosphorylation of NMDA receptor subunits 2A and 2B.  Journal of Neurochem 1997: 69: pp 1060-1065.  CPA

43. Mindo NS, Cottrell G, Zhang L, Wallace MC, Burnham WM, Eubanks JH: Kainic acid-induced generalized seizures alter the regional hippocampl expression of the rat m1 and m3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor genes.  Epilepsy Research 1997: 29: pp 71-79.  C

44. Shinno K, Zhang L, Eubanks JH, Carlen PL, Wallace MC: Transient ischemia induces early decrease of synaptic transmission in CA1 neurons of rat hippocampus: Electrophysiological study in brain slices.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 1997: 17, No.9: pp 955-966.  SRI

45. Francis J, Jugloff DG, Mingo NS, Wallace MC, Jones OT, Burnham WM, Eubanks JH: Kainic acid-induced generalized seizures alter the regional hippocampal expression of the rat Kv4.2 potassium channel gene.  Neuroscience Letters 1997: 232: pp 91-94.  C

46. Ziang L, Hsu JC, Takagi N, Gurd JW, Wallace MC, Eubanks JH: Transient global ischemia alters NMDA receptor expression in rat hippocampus:  Correlation with decreased immunoreactive protein levels of the NR2A/2B subunits and an altered NMDA receptor functionality.  Journal of Neurochem 1997: 69(5): pp 1983-1994.  CPA

47. Macdonald RL, Fehlings MG, Tator CH, Lozano A, Fleming JR, Gentili F, Bernstein M, Wallace MC, Tasker RR: Multilevel anterior cervical corpectomy and fibular allograft fusion for cervical myelopathy.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1997: 86: pp 990-997.  C

48. Shin AY, Poter PJ, Wallace MC, Naglie G: Quality of life in stroke in younger individuals:  Utility assessment in patients with arteriovenous malformations.  Stroke 1997: 28: pp 2395-2399.  CPA

49. Porter, PJ, Willinsky RA, Harper W, Wallace MC: Cerebral cavernous malformations:  Natural history and prognosis after clinical deterioration with or without hemorrhage.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1997: 87: pp 190-197.  SRI

50. Findlay JM, Tucker WS, Ferguson GG, Holness RO, Wallace MC, Wong JH: Guidelines for the use of carotid endarterectomy:  Current recommendations from the Canadian Neurosurgical Society.  Canadian Medical Association Journal 1997: 157 (6): pp 653-659.  C

51. Pirouzmand F, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA: Spinal epidural arteriovenous fistula with intramedullary reflux.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1997: 87(4): pp 633-635.  CPA

52. Porter PJ, Shin AY, Detsky AS, Lefaive L, Wallace MC: Surgery versus stereotactic radiosurgery for small, operable cerebral arteriovenous malformations:  A clinical and cost comparison.  Neurosurgery 1997: 41: pp 757-766.  SRI

53. Davies MA, ter Brugge K, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: The natural history and management of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulae:  Part 2: Aggressive Lesions.  Interventional Neuroradiology 1997: 3: pp 303-311.  C

54. Davies MA, terBrugge K, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: The natural history and management of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulae: Part 1: Benign Lesions.  Interventional Neuroradiology 1997: 3: pp 295-302.  C

55. Hsu JC, Zhang Y, Takagi N, Gurd JW, Wallace MC, Zhang L, Eubanks JH: Decreased expression and functionality of NMDA receptor complexes persist in the CA1, but not in the dentate gyrus, after transient cerebral ischemia.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 1998: 18: pp 768-775.  C

56. Stiver SI, Porter PJ, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Acute human histopathological and study of an intracranial saccular aneurysm treated by Guglielmi detachable coils: Case report and review of patological studies of the endovascular treatment of aneurysm.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1998: 43, No. 5: pp 1203-1208.  CPA

57. Francis J, Zhang X, Ho W, Wallace MC, Zhang L, Eubanks JH: Decreased hippocampal expression, but not functionality, of GABA-B receptors after transient cerebral ischemia in rats.  J. Neurochem 1999: 72, No.1: pp 1-8.  C

58. Norris JS, Valiante TA, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, ter Brugge KG, Tymianski M: A simple relationship between radiological AVM hemodynamics and clinical presentation:  A prospective, blinded analysis of 31 patients.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1999: 90: pp 673-679.  C

59. Wigle D, Ho W, Lo D, Francis J, Eubanks JH, Wallace MC: Altered expression levels of SEF-2 and p112 in the rat hippocampus after transient cerebral ischemia: Identification by mRNA differential display.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 1999: 19: pp 435-442.  C

60. Zhang L, Zhang Y, Tian GF, Wallace MC, Eubanks JH: Reversible attenuation of glutamatergic transmission in hippocampal CA1 neurons of rat brain slices following transient cerebral ischemia.  Brain Research 1999: 832: pp 31-39.  C

61. Takagi N, Cheung HH, Bissonn N, Teves L, Wallace MC, Gurd JW: The effect of transient global ischemia on the interaction of Src and Fyn and with N-methy1-D aspartate receptor and postsynaptic densities: possible involvement of Src homology 2 domains.  Journal Cerebral Blood Flow Metabolism 1999: 8: pp 880-888.  C

62. Redekop G, Willinsky R, Montanera W, ter Brugge K, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Endovascular occlusion of basilar bifurcation aneurysms with electronically detachable coils.  Canadian Journal Neurological Science 1999: 26, No. 3: pp 172-181.  C

63. Ferguson GG, Eliasziw M, Barr HW, Clagett GP, Barnes RW, Wallace MC, Daylor DW, Haynes RB, Finan JW, Hachinski VC, Barnett JJ: The North American symptomatic carotid endarterectomy trial: Surgical results in 1415 patients.  Stroke 1999: 30(9): pp 1751-1758.  C

64. Ross IB, Koyanagi I, Wallace MC, Tator CH: Autoradiographic(3H)Nimodipine distribution after experimental spinal cord injury in rats.  Journal of Neurotrauma 1999: 16, No.8: pp 739-746.  C

65. Al-Yamany M, Wallace MC: Management of cerebral vasospasm in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Intensive Care Med 1999: 25 (12): pp 1463-6.  SRI

66. Cheung HH, Takagi N, Teves L, Logan R, Wallace MC, Gurd JW: Altered association of protein tyrosine kinases with postsynaptic densities after transient cerebral ischemia in the rat brain.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow 2000: 20: pp 505-512.  SRI

67. Stefani MA, Schneider FL, Marrone AC, Severino AG, Jackowski AP, Wallace MC: Anatomic variations of anterior cerebral artery cortical branches.  Clin Anat. 2000: 13(4): pp 231-236.  SRI

68. Walsh RM, Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Bath AP, Bance ML, Rutka RA: The transmastoid partial labyrinthectomy approach to medial skull base lesions.  Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol (Bord) 2000: 121(1): pp 13-20.  C

69. Takagi N, Logan R, Teves L, Wallace MC, Gurd JW: Altered interaction between PSD-95 and the NMDA receptor following transient global ischemia.  Journal of Neurochemistry 2000: 74 (1): pp 169-178.  C

70. Matsubara S, Bourdeau A, ter Brugge KG, Wallace MC, Letarte M: Analysis of endoglin expression in normal brain tissue and in cerebral arteriovenous malformations.  Stroke 2000: 31: pp 2653-2660.  C

71. Al-Yamany M, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Palliative embolization of untreatable brain arteriovenous malformations with progressive neurological deficit.  Interventional Neuroradiology 2000: 6: pp 177-183.  C

72. Mascia L, Stewart DJ, Fedorko L, Mohamed F,  terBrugge K, Ranieri VM, Wallace MC: Temporal relationship between Endothelin-1 concentrations and cerebral vasospasm in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Stroke 2001: 32 (5): pp 1185-1190.  SRI

73. Pei L, Teves L, Wallace MC, Gurd JW: Transient cerebral ischemia increases tyrosine phosphorylation of the synaptc RAS-GTPase activating protein, SynGAP.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 2001: 21 (8): pp 955-963.  C

74. Willinsky RA, ter Brugge KG, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Goyal M, Wallace MC: Embolization of small (<3 cm) brain arteriovenous malformations:  Correlation of angiographic results to a proposed angioarchitecture grading system.  Interventional Neuroradiology 2001: 7: pp 19-27.  C

75. Shehab ZP, Walsh RM, Thorp MA, Wallace MC, Tymianski M, Rutka JA: Partial labyrinthectomy approach for brainstem vascular lesions.  Journal of Otolaryngology 2001: 30 (4): pp 224-30.  C

76. Cheung HH, Teves L, Wallace MC, Gurd JW: Increased phosphorylation of the NR1 subunit of the NMDA receptor following cerebral ischemia.  Journal of Neurochemistry 2001: 78 (5): pp 1179-82.  C

77. van Dijk JMC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Multiplicity of dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2002: 96 (1): pp 76-8.  SRI

78. Stefani M, Porter PP, ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Angioarchitectural factors present in brain arteriovenous malformations associated with hemorrhagic presentation.  Stroke 2002: 33 (4): pp 920-4.  SRI

79. Stefani M, Porter PP, ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Large and deep brain arteriovenous malformations are associated with risk of future hemorrhage.  Stroke 2002: 33 (5): pp 1220-4.  SRI

80. van Dijk JMC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: The clinical course of cranial dural arteriovenous fistulas with long-term persistent cortical venous reflux.  Stroke 2002: 33 (5): pp 1233-6.  SRI

81. van Dijk JMC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Farb RI, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Porter PJ, Thomeer R, Wallace MC: Multidisciplinary management of spinal dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Clinical presentation and long-term follow-up in 49 patients.  Stroke 2002: 33 (6): pp 1578-1583.  SRI

82. Satomi J, van Dijk JMC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Benign cranial dural arteriovenous fistulas:  Outcome of conservative management based on the natural history.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2002: 97: pp 767-770.  C

83. Satomi J, Mount RJ, Toporsian M, Paterson AD, Wallace MC, Harrison RV, Letarte M: Cerebral vascular abnormalities in a murine model of hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia.  Stroke 2003: 34, No. 3: pp 783-789.  C

84. Soderman M, Andersson T, Karlsson B, Wallace MC, Edner G: Management of patients with brain arteriovenous malformations.  European Journal of Radiology 2003: 46: pp 195-205.  C

85. Mascia L, Wallace MC, ter Brugge K, Ranieri VM, Fedorko L: The accuracy of transcranial doppler to detect vasospasm in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Intensive Care Medicine 2003: 29(7): pp 1088-94.  SRI

86. Cheung HH, Teves L,  Wallace MC, Gurd JW: Inhibition of protein kinase C reduces ischemia-induced tyrosine phosphorylation of the N-Methyl-D-Aspartate receptor.  Journal of Neurochemistry 2003: 86(6): pp 1441-9.  C

87. van Dijk JMC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Selective disconnection of cortical venous reflux as treatment for cranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2004: 101(1): pp 31-5.  SRI

88. da  Costa L, Gunnarsson T, Wallace MC: Unruptured intracranial aneurysms: Natural history and managements decisions.  Neurosurgical Focus 2004: 17(5): pp E6.  SRI

89. Souza MP, Agid R, Willinsky RA, Cusimano M, Montanera W, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Marotta TR: Microstent-Assisted coiling for wide-necked intracranial aneurysms.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 2005: 32 (1): pp 71-81.  C

90. Besshoh S, Bawa D, Teves L, Wallace MC, Gurd JW: Increased phosphorylation and redistribution of NMDA receptos between synaptic lipid rafts and postsynaptic densities following transient global ischemia in the rat brain.  Journal of Neurochemistry 2005: 93 (1): pp 186-94.  C

91. Woodrow S, Bernstein MA, Wallace MC: Safety of intracranial aneurysm surgery performed in a postgraduate training program:  Implications for training.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2005: 102: pp 616-621.  SRI

92. Javadpour M, Jain H, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA, ter Brugge KG, Tymianski M: Analysis of cost related to clinical and angiographic outcomes of aneurysm patients enrolled in the International Subarachnoid Aneurysm Trial in a North American setting.  Neurosurgery 2005: 56: pp 886-894.  C

93. da Costa LB, Wallace MC, Montanera W: Shotgun pellet embolization to the posterior cerebral circulation.  American Journal of Neuroradiology 2006: 27: pp 261-263.  SRI

94. Woodrow S, O'Kelly C, Hamstra SJ, Wallace MC: Unemployment in an underserviced specialty?:  The need for co-ordinated workforce planning in Canadian neurosurgery.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 2006: 33(2): pp 170-4.  SRI

95. Spears J, ter Brugge K, Moosavian M, Montanera W, Willinsky R, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: A discriminative prediction model of neurological outcome for patients undergoing surgery of brain arteriovenous malformations.  Stroke 2006: 37 (6): pp 1457-64.  SRI

96. Zhang G, Jung BP, Ho W, Jugloff DG, Cheung HH, Gurd JW, Wallace MC, Eubanks JH: Isolation and characterization of LCHN: a novel factor induced by transient global ischemia in the adult rat hippocampus.  Journal of Neurochem 2007: 101 (1): pp 263-73.  C

97. van Dijk JM, ter Brugge KG, Van der Meer FJ, Wallace MC, Rosendaal FR: Thrombophilic factors and the formation of  dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2007: 107 (1): pp 56-9.  C

98. da Costa LB, ter Brugge K, Farb R, Wallace MC: Surgical disconnection of cortical venous reflux as a treatment for Borden tye II dural arteriovenous fistulae.  Acta Neurochirurgica 2007: 149 (11): pp 1103-8.  SRI

99. Gurd JW, Rawof S, Zhen HJ, Dykstra C, Bissoon N, Teves L, Wallace MC, Rostas JA: Ischemia and status epilepticus results in enhanced phosphorylation of calcium and calmodulin stimulated protein kinase II on threonine 253.  Brain Research 2008: 1218: pp 158-65.  C

100. da Costa L, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, O'Kelly C, Willinsky RA, Tymianski M: The natural history and predictive features of hemorrhage from brain arteriovenous malformations.  Stroke (Epub 2008 Nov 13) 2009: 40(1): pp 100-5.  SRI

101. Dehdashti AR, da Costa LB, ter Brugge K, Willinsky RA, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Overview of the current role of endovascular and surgical treatment in spinal dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Neurosurgical Focus 2009: 26(1): pp E8. Review.  SRI

102. Thines L, Agid R, Dehdashti AR, da Costa L, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Tymianski M: Assessment of extracranial-intracranial bypass patency with 64-slice multidetector computerized tomography angiography.  Neuroradiology 2009: 51(8): pp 505-15.  C

103. da Costa L, Thines L, Dehdashti AR, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA, Tymianski M, Schwartz ML, ter Brugge KG: Management and clinical outcome of posterior fossa arteriovenous malformations:  Report on a single- centre 15- year experience.  Journal of Neurorology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 2009: 80(4): pp 376-9.  C

104. van Dijk JMC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: The natural history of dural arteriovenous shunts:  The Toronto experience.  Stroke 2009: 40(5): pp e412.  SRI

105. Faughnan ME, Palda VA, Garcia-Tsao G, Geisthoff UW, McDonald J, Proctor DD, Spears J, Brown DH, Buscarini E, Chesnutt MS, Cottin V, Ganguly A, Gossage JR, Guttmacher AE, Hyland RH, Kennedy SJ, Korzenik J, Mager JJ, Ozanne AP, Piccirillo JF, Picus D, Plauchu H, Porteous ME, Pyeritz RE, Ross DA, Sabba C, Swanson K, Terry P, Wallace MC, Westermann CJ, White RI, Young LH, Zarrabeitia R: International Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia.  J Med Genet (Epub ahead of print) 2009.  C

106. Thines L, Lee SK, Dehdashti AR, Agid R, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG: Direct imaging of the distal dural ring and paraclinoid internal carotid artery aneurysms with high-resolution T2 turbo-spin echo technique at 3-T magnetic resonance imaging.  Neurosurgery 2009: 64 (6): pp 1059-64.  SRI

107. Dehdashti AR, Thines L, da Costa LB, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC, Tymianski M: Intraoperative biplanar rotational angiography during neurovascular surgery.  Technical note.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2009: 111(1): pp 188-92.  C

108. O'Kelly CJ, Kulkarni AV, Austin PC, Wallace MC, Urbach D: The impact of therapeutic modality on outcomes following repair of ruptured intracranial aneurysms:  An administrative data analysis.  Clinical article.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2009: 113 (4): pp 795-801.  SRI

109. O'Kelly CJ, Kulkarni AV, Austin PC, Urbach D, Wallace MC: Shunt-dependent hydrocephalus after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage:  Incidence, predictors and revision rates. Clinical article.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2009: 111(5): pp 1029-35.  SRI

110. Dehdashti A, Thines L, da Costa L, Willinsky RA, ter Brugge K, Schwartz ML, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Multidisciplinary care of occipital lobe arteriovenous malformations:  Effect on nonhemorrhagic headache, vision, and outcome in a series of 135 patients.  Clinical article.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2010: 113(4): pp 742-8.  C

111. Le Roux AA , Wallace MC: Outcome and cost of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Neurosurgery Clin N Am 2010: 21(2): pp 235-46.  SRI

112. Kim DJ, Willinsky R, Geibprasert S, Krings T, Wallace MC, Gentili F, ter Brugge K: Angiographic characteristics and treatment of cervical spinal dural arteriovenous shunts.  American Journal of Neuroradiology (Epub ahead of print) 2010.  C

113. Kim DJ, Krings T, Willinsky R, Wallace MC, ter Brugge K: Spontaneous angiographic conversion of intracranial DAVS;  Long term follow up in non-treated patients.  Stroke (Epub ahead of print) 2010.  C

114. Dehdashti AR, Matouk CC, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA: Clues to dural arteriovenous fistulas in patients with progressive dementia.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 2010: 37(4): pp 532-4.  C

115. Singh N, Bharatha A, O'Kelly C, Wallace MC, Goldstein W, Willinsky RA, Aviv RI, Symons SP: Intrinsic arteriovenous malformation of the trigeminal nerve.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 2010: 37(5): pp 681-3.  C

116. Thines L, Dehdashti AR, Howard P, da Costa L, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA, Tymianski M, Lejeune JP, Agid R: Postoperative assessment of clipped aneurysms with 64-slice computerized tomography angiography.  Neurosurgery 2010: 67(3): pp 844-53.  C

117. Dehdashti A, Thines L, Willinsky RA, ter Brugge K, Schwartz ML, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Multidisciplinary care of occipital arteriovenous malformations:  Effect on nonhemorrhagic headache, vision and outcome in a series of 135 patients.  Clinical article.  Journal of Neurosurgery 2010: 113(4): pp 742-8.  SRI

118. Fallah A. Ebrahim S, Haji F, Gillis C, Girgis F, Howe K, Ibrahim GM, Radic J, Shahideh M, Wallace MC: Surgical activity of first-year canadian neurosurgical residents.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 2010: 37(6): pp 855-60.  C

119. Fierstra J, Conklin J, Krings T, Slessarev M, Han JS, Fisher JA, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC, Tymianski M, Mikulis DJ: Impaired peri-nidal cerebrovascular reserve in seizure patients with brain arteriovenous malformations.  Brain. 2011 Jan;134(Pt 1):100-9. Epub 2010 Nov 24.  C

120. Kim DJ, Willinsky R, Geibprasert S, Krings T, Wallace C, Gentili F, Terbrugge K: . Angiographic characteristics and treatment of cervical spinal dural arteriovenous shunts. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2010 Sep;31(8):1512-5. Epub 2010 Apr 22.

121. O'Kelly CJ, Spears J, Urbach D, Wallace MC: Proximity to the teaching centre and outcome following subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 2011: 38(1): pp 36-40.  SRI

122. Davis MJ, Hasan F, Weinreb I, Wallace MC, Kiehl TR: Extraventricular anaplastic ependymoma with metastasis to scalp and neck. J Neurooncol. 2011 Sep;104(2):599-604. Epub 2011 Jan 11. C

123. Witiw CD, Fallah A, Radovanovic I, Wallace MC: Sacral intradural arteriovenous fistula treated indirectly by transection of the filum terminale: technical case report. Neurosurgery. 2011 Sep;69(3):E780-4; discussion E784. SRI

124. Ebinu JO, Matouk CC, Wallace MC, Terbrugge KG, Krings T.: Hydrocephalus secondary to hydrodynamic disequilibrium in an adult patient with a choroidal-type arteriovenous malformation.Interv Neuroradiol. 2011 Jun;17(2):212-6. Epub 2011 Jun 20. C

125. Thines L, Dehdashti AR, da Costa L, Tymianski M, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Schwartz M, Wallace MC.: Challenges in the management of ruptured and unruptured brainstem arteriovenous malformations: outcome after conservative, single-modality, or multimodality treatments. Neurosurgery. 2012 Jan;70(1):155-61; discussion 161. SRI

126. Dehdashti AR, Le Roux A, Bacigaluppi S, Wallace MC: Long-term visual outcome and aneurysm obliteration rate for very large and giant ophthalmic segment aneurysms: assessment of surgical treatment. Acta Neurochir (Wien). 2012 Jan;154(1):43-52. Epub 2011 Sep 25.

127. Witiw CD, Abou-Hamden A, Kulkarni AV, Silvaggio JA, Schneider C, Wallace MC:  Cerebral cavernous malformations and pregnancy: hemorrhage risk and influence on obstetrical management. Neurosurgery. 2012 Sept; 71(3):626-30; discussion 631.

128. Shankar JJ, Menezes RJ, Pohlmann-Eden B, Wallace C, Terbrugge K, Krings T: Angioarchitecture of Brain AVM Determines the Presentation with Seizures: Proposed Scoring System. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2012 Nov 22. [Epub ahead of print]


Non Peer Reviewed - Journal Publications

Published

1. Barnett HJM, Hachinski V, Wallace MC: What's new in stroke prevention.  Patient Care 1992: 3: pp 11-19,.  CPA

2. Wallace MC: Endarterectomy or medical therapy? Consultation on Stroke 1993.  PA

3. Sarkissian S, Wallace MC: Clinical indicators contributing to ICU length of stay in elective craniotomy patients with brain tumor.  Axon 1995: 17(2).  CPA

4. Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms with guglielmi detachable coils.  NEWS 1996.  CPA


Books/Chapters in Books/Proceedings

Published

1. Peerless SJ, Wallace MC, Drake CG: Giant intracranial aneurysms.  In:  Neurological Surgery (Youmans JR, ed).  W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia 1990: pp 1742-1763.  SRI

2. Gentili F, Schwartz M, Ter Brugge K, Wallace MC, Willinksy RA, Young C: A multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of brain vascular malformations.  In:  Advances and Technical Standards in Neurosurgery, Volume 19 (Symon L, ed).  Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1992.  CPA

3. Wallace MC: Carotid endarterectomy:  Has NASCET answered all the questions.  In:  Perspectives in Ischemic Stroke Core Communications,  1993.  PA

4. Wallace MC: Surgery in stroke management.  In:  Proceedings, Contemporary Stroke Management  1993: pp 18-19.  PA

5. Coyne TJ, MacDonald RL, Wallace MC: Angiographic vasospasm in the nineties:  A continuing phenomenon.  In:  Cerebral Vasospasm (Findlay M, ed).  Elsevier, Amsterdam 1993: pp 15-18.  CPA

6. Coyne TJ, Montanera WJ, MacDonald RL, Wallace MC: Transluminal angioplasty for cerebral vasospasm:  The Toronto Hospital experience.  In:  Cerebral Vasospasm (Findlay M, ed).  Elsevier, Amsterdam 1993: pp 333-336.  CPA

7. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Coyne TJ: Effect of surgery on severity of angiographic vasospasm.  In:  Cerebral Vasospasm (Findlay M, ed).  Elsevier, Amsterdam 1993: pp 379-382.  CPA
 
8. Coyne TJ, Fehlings MG, Bernstein M, Wallace MC, Schacter IB, Tator CH, Fleming JFR: C1-C2 posterior fusion:  Long term evaluation of results and efficacy.  In:  Proceedings, International Conference on Recent Advances in Neurotraumatology,  1994: pp 239-241.  CPA

9. Norris, JS, Wallace MC: Pediatric Intracranial Aneurysms.  In:  Current Management of Cerebral Aneurysms, Part I: Evaluation and Perioperative Care (HR Winn, PD Le Roux Eds, eds).  WB Sanders Co, Philadelphia, Vol 9 No 3 1998: pp 557-563.  CPA

10. Al-Yamany M, Wallace MC: Surgical management of cranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  In: Operative Neurosurgical Techniques.  In:  Schmidek & Sweet : Indications, Methods, and Results (Smidek HH, Sweet WH, eds).  W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia,4th Edition,Vol 2 2000: pp 1339-1346.  CPA

11. Al-Yamany M, Wallace MC: Intracranial internal carotid artery aneurysms.  In:  Youmans Neurological Surgery Fifth Edition, Volume 2 (H. Richard Winn, ed).  W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia 2004: pp 1915-1921.  CPA

12. Gunnarsson T, Wallace MC: Management of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.  In:  Clinical Critical Care Medicine (Richard Albert, Arthur Slutsky, marco Ranieri, Jukka Takala, Antoni Torres, eds).  Mosby Elsevier, Philadelphia 2006: pp 405-414.  CPA

13. Javadpour M, Wallace MC: Surgical management of cranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  In:  Schmidek & Sweet Operative Neurosurgical Techniques, Indications, Methods and Results Fifth Edition, Volume 2 (Henry H. Schmidek, David W. Roberts, eds).  Sauders Elsevier, Philadelphia 2006: pp 1287-1305.  CPA

14. McDonald PJ, Wallace MC: Pediatric intracranial aneurysms.  In:  Management of Cerebral Aneurysms (Peter Le Roux, H. Richard Winn, David Newell, eds).  Saunders, Philadelphia 2006: pp 357-362.  CPA

15. Dehdashti A, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Transverse and sigmoid sinus dural arteriovenous malformations.  In:  Neurosurgical Operative Atlas. Vascular Neurosurgery (Macdonald RL, ed).  2nd Edition Thieme Medical Publishers, New York 2008: pp 206-210.  CPA

16. Dehdashti A, Wallace MC: Intracranial internal carotid artery aneurysms.  In Neurological Surgery Sixth Edition (Winn R, ed).  W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia 2011: pp3834-3840.  CPA

17. Radovanovic I, Wallace M C:  Cranial Dural Arteriovenous Fistula Disconnection.  In:  Core Techniques in Operative Surgery (Rahul Jandial, Paul C McCormack, Peter Black eds)  Saunders Elsevier, Philadelphia 2011:  pp 199-207.  CPA


Letters to Editor

Published

1. Wallace MC, Coyne TJ: Carotid endarterectomy without angiography:  The reliability of doppler ultrasonography and duplex scanning in preoperative assessment.  Canadian Journal of Surgery 1994: 37(2): pp 91-92.  CPA

2. van Dijk JM, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: The natural history of dural arteriovenous shunts:  The Toronto experience.  Stroke 2009: 40(5).  CPA


Abstracts

1. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Gentles WM: Effect of electrical stimulation of spinal cord on recovery from acute cord injury in rats.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1982: 9: pp 286.  PA

2. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Frazee P, Martin M: The relationship between post traumatic ischemia and hemorrhage in the injured rat spinal cord as shown by colloidal carbon angiography.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1983: 10: pp 286.  PA

3. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Recovery of spinal cord function induced by direct current stimulation of the injured spinal cord.  Clinical Investigative Medicine 1984: 7: pp 77.  PA

4. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Piper I: The effect of epidural direct current stimulation on recovery following cord injury.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1984: 11: pp 331.  PA

5. Wallace MC, Tator CH: The effect of naloxone on spinal cord blood flow and cardiac output following spinal cord injury.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1984: 11: pp 342.  PA

6. Wallace MC, McCulloch J: The effect of focal cerebral ischemia on glutamate and dihydropyridine sites in the rat.  Abstracts Society for Neuroscience 1988: 14(1): pp 501.  PA

7. Wallace MC, McCormack A, McCulloch J: 3H-MK-801:  An in vivo ligand for glutamate mechanisms in the normal and ischemic brain.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow Metabolism (Suppl) 1989: 9: pp 182.  PA

8. Dewar D, Wallace MC, Kurumaji A, McCulloch J: Alteration in the NMDA-receptor complex following focal cerebral ischemia in the rat.  British Journal of Pharmacology 1989: 96: pp 324.  SRI

9. Wallace MC, Teasdale GM, McCulloch J: Autoradiographic demonstration of increased MK-801 binding in ischemic tissue in vivo.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow Metabolism (Suppl) 1989: 9: pp 182.  PA

10. Dewar D, Wallace MC, Kurumaji A, McCulloch J: Effect of focal cerebral ischemia in the rat on the NMDA receptor complex.  Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology 1989: 15: pp 281-282.  CPA

11. Wallace MC, McCormack A, Teasdale GM, McCulloch J: In vivo 3H-MK-801:  Focal ischemia increases binding.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1989: 16: pp 235.  PA

12. Wallace MC, McCulloch J, Teasdale GM: The integrity of the MK-801 receptor recognition site following cerebral ischemia in the rat.  Stroke 1989: 20(1): pp 148.  PA

13. Wallace MC, Dewar D, Kurumaji A, Teasdale GM, McCulloch J: The integrity of the NMDA receptor complex after focal ischemia in the rat.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow Metabolism (Suppl) 1989: 9: pp 557.  PA

14. Wallace MC, Dewar D, Kurumaji A, Teasdale GM, McCulloch J: The NMDA receptor in focal ischemia:  Is it important? Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1989: 16: pp 256-257.  PA

15. Wallace MC, Willinsky R, Ter Brugge K: Cerebral venous pressure monitoring in patients with arteriovenous malformations.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1991: 18: pp (2):244.  PA

16. Montanera WJ, Willinsky R, Ter Brugge K, Detilly LN, Wallace MC: Intracranial dural arteriovenous shunts resulting in venous congestive encephalopathy.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1991: 18: pp (2):211.  CPA

17. Willinsky RA, Fitzgerald P, Montanera W, Ter Brugge K, Wallace MC: The investigations of unexplained intracerebral hematomas: The role of MRI and delayed angiography.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1991: 18: pp (2):228.  CPA

18. Wallace MC, Daramola I: The use of in-vitro binding with 3H-forskolin as an ischemia marker following experimental middle cerebral artery occlusion.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1991: 18: pp (2):227.  PA

19. Wallace MC, Gentili F, Schwartz M, Ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Young C: University of Toronto Brain Vascular Malformation Study Group:  Advantages of a multidisciplinary approach.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1991: 18: pp (2):244.  PA

20. Wallace MC: 3H-Forskolin binding:  an early outcome measure following experimental focal cerebral ischemia.  Journal of Cerebrovascular Blood Flow and Metabolism 1991: 11: pp 5546.  PA

21. McCulloch J, Wallace MC, Laurie D, Angerson Wj, Burns HD, Gibson RE: The enhanced binding of (+)-3-125 iodo MK801 maps excessive glutamate release:  potential as a ligand for SPECT.  Journal of Cerebrovascular Blood Flow and Metabolism 1991: 11: pp 56.  CPA

22. Uno M, Wallace MC: Outcome evaluation methods in models of focal ischemia in the rat.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1992: 19: pp 262.  SRI

23. Uno M, Wallace MC: Outcome evaluation methods in models of focal ischemia in the rat.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1992: 19: pp 262.  SRI

24. Wallace MC, Bernstein M: Teaching neurosurgical residents aneurysm surgery: Retrospective review of 97 resident operated cases.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1992: 19: pp 253.  PA

25. Wallace MC, Bernstein M: Teaching neurosurgical residents aneurysm surgery: Retrospective review of 97 resident operated cases.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1992: 19: pp 253.  PA

26. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Coyne TJ: Effect of surgery on severity of angiographic vasospasm.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1993: 20(1): pp S27.  CPA

27. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Charlton MP, Tator CH, Uno M: Application of Intracellular Ca2+ chelation for the treatment of stroke.  Stroke 1993: 24: pp 179.  CPA

28. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Spigelman M, Uno M, Carlen PL, Charlton MP, Tator CH: A novel strategy for the treatment of cerebral ischemia by intracellular calcium chelators.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1993: 20(2): pp S31.  CPA

29. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC: Changing patterns of referral of patients with carotid artery disease.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1993: 20(2): pp S70-71.  CPA

30. Lozano AM, Bernstein M, Benedict C, Wallace MC: Cortical mapping under local anaesthesia for resection of lesions in eloquent cortex.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1993: 20(2): pp S64-65.  CPA

31. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Coyne TJ: Effect of surgery on severity of vasospasm.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1993: 20(2): pp S13.  CPA

32. Hoff DJ, Ter Brugge KG, Wallace C, Gentili F: Spin angiograms:  Role in assessing intracranial aneurysms.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1993: 20(2): pp S13.  CPA

33. Coyne TJ, MacDonald RL, Wallace MC: Angiographic vasospasm in the nineties:  A continuing phenomenon.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1993: 20(2): pp :S3.  CPA

34. Coyne TJ, Montanera WJ, Wallace MC, MacDonald RL: Angioplasty for cerebral vasospasm - The Toronto Hospital experience.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1993: 20(2): pp :S24.  CPA

35. Uno M, Wallace MC: Prevention and reversibility of in vitro 3H-Forskolin binding after experimental focal cerebral ischemia.  Journal of Cerebrovascular Blood Flow and Metabolism 1993: 13(1): pp S471.  CPA

36. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Uno M, Spigelman I, Charlton MP, Carlen PL, Tator CH: Successful treatment of experimental focal ischemic stroke by intracellular calcium chelation.  Journal of Cerebrovascular Blood Flow and Metabolism 1993: 13(1): pp S638.  CPA

37. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Spigelman I, Uno M, Carlen PL, Tator CH, Charlton MP: Successful treatment of early excitotoxic/ischemic neuronal injury by permeant Ca2+ chelators in vitro and in vivo.  Society for Neuroscience 1993: 19(2): pp 553.  CPA

38. Shinno K, Charlton MP, Wallace MC: Serum and brain concentration of  BAPTA-AM after intravenous administration in the rat.  Society of Neuroscience Abstracts 1994: 20: pp 186.  CPA

39. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC, Sinclair F: Pulmonary edema following prophylactic hypervolemia after subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Stroke 1994: 25: pp 248.  CPA

40. Tymianski M, Spigelman I, Zhang L, Carlen PL, Tator CH, Charlton M, Wallace MC: Mechanism and duration of neuroprotection by cell permeant Ca2+ chelators in focal cerebral ischemia.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1994: 21(2): pp S46.  CPA

41. Spigelman I, Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Carlen PL, Velumian AA: Attenuation of hippocampal synaptic transmission by cell permeant Ca2+ chelators in vitro.  Society of Neuroscience Abstracts 1994: 20: pp 61.  CPA

42. Wallace MC, Leung G, Khan R: Carotid endarterectomy surgery by residents and fellows:  A three year prospective analysis.  Stroke 1995: 26(1): pp 172.  CPA

43. Dirks PB, Tymianski M, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Wallace MC, Ter Brugge K: An analysis of complications from endovascular treatment of brain arteriovenous malformations.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1995: 22(1): pp S32.  CPA

44. Wallace MC, Leung G, Khan R, Gentili F, Fleming R: Carotid surgery results in postgraduate training program.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1995: 22(1): pp S31.  CPA

45. Fleming JFR, Taylor M, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA: Conus medularis and low lumbar spinal cord symptoms caused by undetected remote dural AVM - a poorly recognized entity.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1995: 22(1): pp S9.  CPA

46. Kiriakopoulos ET, Mikulis DJ, Wood ML, Bernstein M, Wallace MC, Drake J, Hoffman H, Lozano A, Chung S: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in neurosurgical patients.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1995: 22(1): pp S11.  CPA

47. Shinno S, Zhang L, Wallace MC, Carlen P: Intracellular Ca2+ chelator ameliorates synaptic field responses of hippocampal CA1 neurons following severe forebrain ischemia.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1995: 22(1): pp S25.  CPA

48. Findlay JM, Wallace MC: Intracranial carotid occlusion during carotid thromboendarterectomy:  Reducing the risk of intraluminal thrombus? Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1995: 22(1): pp S31.  CPA

49. Wallace MC, Harper W, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Mikulis D, Gentili F, Ter Brugge K: Risk of hemorrhage from intracranial cavernous malformations.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1995: 22(1): pp S47.  CPA

50. Ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, Wallace MC, Hatswell E: Role of embolization in the management of brain AVM patients presenting with progressive neurological deficit.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 1995: 22(1): pp S32.  CPA

51. Sattler R, Fayaz I, Tator CH, Hafner M, Wallace MC, Tymianski M: Voltage-sensitive calcium channels mediate calcium entry into mammalian sympathetic neurons following axotomy.  Society of Neurosience Abstracts 1995: 21(2): pp 1003.  C

52. Porter PJ, Stiver SA, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Acute human histopathologic study of an aneurysm treated by guglielmi detachable ceoils:  A case report.  London, Ontario.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1996: 23(1): pp S83.  CPA

53. Kiriakopoulos, Carmichael FJ, McGuire GP, Crofts S, Wallace MC, Montanera W: Analysis of airway volume following carotid endarterectomy (CEA) using CT scans.  London, Ontario.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1996: 23(1): pp S87.  CPA

54. Davies MA, Ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Wallace MC: Intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas:  Their natural history and management.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1996: 23(1): pp S22.  CPA

55. Porter PJ, Wallace MC: Stereotactic radiosurgery versus observation for symptomatic, surgically inaccessible cavernous malformations of the brain:  Proposal for a double blind, randomized, sham-controlled trial.  London, Ontario.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1996: 23(1): pp S86.  CPA

56. Porter PJ, Wallace MC, Detsky AS: Surgery versus stereotactic radiation for small, operable brain arteriovenous malformations:  A decision analysis.  London, Ontario.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1996: 23(1): pp S21.  CPA

57. Davies MA, Ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Wallace MC: The classification and presentation of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  London, Ontario.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Science 1996: 23(1): pp S85.  CPA

58. Wigle DA, Hsu JC, Eubanks JH, Francis J Wallace MC: Identification of hippocampal gene induction in global cerebral ischemia:  mRNA fingerprinting using differential display.  Washington, D.C.  Society for Neuroscience 1996: 22(3).  CPA

59. Wang Z, Tymianski M, Jones OT, Sattler R, Bernstein G, Wallace MC, Nedergaard M: Impact of cytoplasmic calcium buffering on the spatial and temporal characteristics of intercellular calcium signals in astrocytes.  Washington, D.C.  Society for Neuroscience 1996: 22(3).  CPA

60. Stefani MA, Schneider FL, Marone AC, Severino AG, Wallace MC: Anatomical study of the distal cortical branches of the anterior cerebral artery in humans.  Joint Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery, Anaheim, California.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1997: 86: pp 409A.  CPA

61. Stefani MA, Porter PJ, Kerr R, terBrugge K, Montanera W, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Correlation of clinical presentation with angiographic characteristics of brain AVMs.  Joint Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery, Anaheim, California.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1997: 86: pp 409A.  CPA

62. Porter PJ, ter Brugge KB, Stefani MA, Kerr RG, Montanera W, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: A prospective study assessing risk factors for hemorrhage from arteriovenous malformations.  New York City.  ASITN/WFITN Scientific Conference 1997: 3(Suppl 1): pp 96.  CPA

63. Porter PJ, ter Brugge KG, Stefani MA, Montanera W, Schwartz ML, Willinsky RA, Young CS, Wallace MC: Clinical outcome of arteriovenous malformation patients with embolization prior to stereotactic radiotherapy.  New York City.  ASITN/WFITN Scientific Conference 1997: 3(Suppl 1): pp 93.  CPA

64. Gurd JW, Takagi N, Wallace MC: Increased binding of NMDA receptor subunits NR2A and NR2B to SH2-Domains of PLC-y, SRC and FYN following transient global ischemia.  New Orleans, LA.  Society for Neuroscience 1997: 23, Part 1: pp 935.  CPA

65. Mingo NS, Cottrell GA,Ziang L, Wallace MC, Burnham WM, Eubanks JH: Kainic acid-induced seizures alter the hippocampal expression of the rat m1 amd m3 muscarinic receptor genes.  New Orleans, LA.  Society for Neuroscience 1997: 23, Part 1: pp 814.  CPA

66. Farragos AJ, terBrugge K, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, Schwartz M, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Impact of therapy for brain arteriovenous malformations on seizure frequency.  Montreal, Quebec.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences 1998: 25 Suppl.1: pp S35.  C

67. Porter PJ, terBrugge K, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, Schwartz M, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Partial therapy for brain arteriovenous malformations: Impact on natural history of hemorrhage.  Montreal, Quebec.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences 1998: 25 Suppl.1: pp S35.  C

68. Woodrow S, Tymianski M, Gentili F, Wallace MC: Intracranial aneurysm surgery performed in a postgraduate training programme.  Montreal, Quebec.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences 1998: 25 Suppl.1: pp S97.  C

69. Norris JS, Valiante T, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, terBrugge KG, Tymianski M: Is there a correlation between clinical modes of presentation and radiological haemodynamics of cerebral AVMs? Results of a prospective, blinded analysis in 31 patients.  Montreal, Quebec.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences 1998: 25 Suppl.1: pp S94.  C

70. Kim M, Willinsky RA, terBrugge KG, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Intramedullary and perimedullary spinal cord vascular malformations:  Multidisciplinary approach to treatment.  Joint Meeting of the Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery of the AANS and CNS and the ASITN, Nashville, Tennessee.  Journal of Neurosurgery 1999: 90(1): pp 212A.  C

71. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Rutka J, Porter PJ, Potvin D: Surgery of deep and brainstem cavernous malformations at the Toronto Western Hospital.  Ottawa, Ontario.  35th Meeting of the CCNS 2000: 27(2): pp P-040.  C

72. Thomas SS, Taverna FA, Jia Z, Wallace MC, Roder JC: Response of GluR2 deficient mice to focal cerebral ischemia.  Society for Neuroscience 2000.  C

73. Satomi J, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Porter P, Wallace MC: Symptomatic and angiographic follow-up in benign intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Halifax, Canada.  36th Meeting of the CCNS 2001: 28 (2): pp S32.  C

74. Mascia L, Wener A, Ward M, Ranieri VM, Stewart DJ, Wallace MC: Endothelin-1 production in human aortic endothelial cells stimulated by cerebrospinal fluid of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage.  European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Geneva, Switzerland.  Intensive Care Medicine 2001: 27 Suppl 2: pp S190.  C

75. J. Spears, Tymianski M, ter Brugge K, Moosavian M, Gentili F,  Wallace MC: A discriminative prediction model for neurological outcome for patients undergoing surgery of brain arteriovenous malformations.  38th Meeting of CCNS/CCSN, Quebec, Canada.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 2003: 30 suppl.2: pp S13.  C

76. Rabin D, Spears J, Wallace MC: An atpical case of a posterior fossa arteriovenous malformation presenting with hydrocephalus.  38th Meeting of the CCNS/CCSN, Quebec, Canada.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 2003: 30 suppl 2: pp S41.  C

77. Jain H, Tymianski M, Willinsky R, Montanera W, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC: Multimodality management of spinal perimedullary fistulas.  38th Meeting of the CCNS/CCSN, Quebec, Canada.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 2003: 30 suppl 2: pp S78.  C

78. O'Kelly C, Wallace MC: Does fenestration of the lamina terminalis prevent chronic hydrocephalus after subarachnoid hemorrhage?  A proposal for a multi-center randomized controlled trial.  39th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Calgary, Alberta.  Canadian Journal of Neurosciences 2004: 31,suppl.1: pp S-36.  SRI

79. Woodrow S, O'Kelly, Wallace MC: Practice patterns of recent neurosurgical graduates in Canada:  How do the numbers add up? 39th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurolgical Sciences, Calgary, Alberta.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 2004: 31,suppl.1: pp S83.  SRI

80. Woodrow S, O'Kelly C, Hamstra S, Wallace MC: Jobs wanted:  Patriotic academic neurosurgeons for hire.  40th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Ottawa.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 2005: 32,suppl.1: pp S19.  C

81. O'Kelly C, Zinman L, Krahn M, Wallace MC: The optimal management intracranial aneurysms:  A decision analysis compring coiling, clipping, and observation.  40th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Ottawa.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 2005: 32,suppl.1: pp S7.  C


PRESENTATIONS:

Invited Visits to Other Hospitals/Universities/Etc.

1. Annual Meeting, Society of University Neurosurgeons, Toronto, Ontario, May 1989.  New concepts of stroke management.

2. University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Apr 1990.  Receptor binding after focal cerebral ischemia: Visualizing Stroke.

3. Mississauga General Hospital, Mississauga, Ontario, Feb 1991.  Stroke:  Detection and therapy.

4. Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Mar 1992.  (1) Receptor binding after focal ischemia, (2) Multidisciplinary approach to brain arteriovenous malformations.

5. A Canadian Consensus on the Management of Ischemic Stroke, Toronto, Ontario, Jan 1, 1993.  Carotid endarterectomy:  Has NASCET answered all the questions?

6. University of Tokushima, Tokushima, Japan, Jun 1993.  (1) Teaching residents aneurysm surgery, (2) Multidisciplinary management and decision making in patients with brain vascular malformations.

7. Critical Care Residents' Day, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Sep 9, 1993.  Issues related to intracranial pressure:  A debate.

8. The Banff Conference, Alberta Stroke Program, Calgary, Alberta, Dec 10, 1993.  Calcium channel chelators in experimental stroke.

9. Ontario Medical Association, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 26, 1994.  Eye signs in common neurosurgical disorders.

10. Contemporary Topics in Neurology, 27th Annual Clinical Day, Queensway General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 1994.  Carotid endarterectomy in symptomatic and asymptomatic stroke patients.

11. Emergency Physicians Group, Humber Memorial Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, May 1995.  Management of spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage.

12. Cerebrovascular Malformations and Aneurysms: Current Management and Future Horizons, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Jun 28, 1995 - Jun 30, 1995.  (1) Brain AVMs:  Combined techniques including palliative treatment (2) Brain AVMs:  Decision Analysis.

13. Neurovascular Symposium, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, May 1996.  (1) Brain AVMs:  Decision analysis, (2) Development of aneurysms:  Congenital or acquired?, (3) Multiple aneurysms: Strategies and results.

14. Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, 31st Meeting, London, Ontario, Jun 25, 1996.  Advances in Stroke, Moderator.

15. Swiss Canadian Chamber of Commerce (Ontario) Incorporated, Toronto, Ontario, Jan 21, 1997.  Unravelling mysteries:  New treatment for diseases of the brain.

16. Department of Anaesthesia Grand Rounds, The Toronto Hospital/Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 28, 1997.  Recent advances in vascular neuro-anaesthesia.

17. NSA Visiting Professor, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Annual Scientific Congress, Brisbane, Australia, May 14, 1997 - May 15, 1997.  (1) Current trends in the management of intracranial aneurysms (2) Decision making for intracranial vascular malformations (3) Interactive pad session: Case discussions/panel discussion (4) Trainee teaching of cerebrovascular surgery.

18. Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education, Boston, Massachusetts, May 21, 1997 - May 22, 1997.  Cerebral aneurysms and vascular malformations:  1997 and beyond 1. Brain AVMs:  Decision analysis 2. Large AVMs:  Combined techniques (including palliative) 3. Cavernous malformations:  Multiple Lesions-Decision Making.

19. CCNS Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Jun 28, 1997.  Moderator, Recent advances in cerebrovascular diseases:  An update of the basic mechanisms, clinical manifestations and management.

20. North American Stroke Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Oct 16, 1997 - Oct 17, 1997.  Moderator, The clinical aspects of stroke diagnosis and treatment (1) Carotid disease (Moderator) (2) Extracranial carotid disease:  Natural history (3) Management of hemorrhagic strokes.

21. Annual Meeting, ASITN, AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section, Orlando, Florida, Feb 2, 1998 - Feb 4, 1998.  Moderator, (1) Management of cavernous malformations (2) Management of cortical AVMs (Moderator).

22. New England Neurosurgical Society, Woodstock, Vermont, Feb 14, 1998.  Histopathological study of a GDC treated anterior communicating artery aneurysm.

23. 21st Day in Primary Eye Centre, Ontario Medical Association, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 28, 1998.  Ocular signs in intracerebral catastrophes.

24. Karolinska Hospital, MR Research Center, Stockholm, Sweden, Mar 30, 1998.  Symposium on Surgical and Endovascular Treatment Strategies in Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery 1. Understanding the natural history of brain vascular malformations:  Impact on therapeutic decision making 2. Post-operative angiography following aneurysm surgery 3. A multidisciplinary Vascular Malformation Clinic, the Toronto experience 1989 - 1998.

25. NYU International Cerebrovascular Conference, New York, New York, May 7, 1998 - May 8, 1998.  Cerebral Aneurysm Update: (1) Epidemiology, natural history and risk factors (2) Basilar aneurysm:  Outcome of aneurysm treatment (3) Arteriovenous malformations:  Epidemiology and natural history (4) Cavernous malformations.

26. Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, May 20, 1998 - May 22, 1998.  Cerebral Aneurysms and Vascular Malformations: (1) Medium and large sized aneurysms (>10mm):  Surgical treatment, efficacy and outcome (2) Large arteriovenous malformations:  Combined techniques (3) Cavernous malformations:  Multiple lesions/decision making.

27. Canadian Anesthesiologists' Society, 55th Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 14, 1998.  Current management of arteriovenous malformations.

28. 33rd Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, Quebec, Jun 17, 1998.  Current management of cerebrovascular malformations (1) Classification and management of dural fistulas.

29. Eastern Neuroradiological Society, Baltimore, Maryland, Aug 28, 1998 - Aug 30, 1998.  Spinal Type I perimedullary arteriovenous fistula (AVF): Presentation, imaging and management.

30. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians and The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 25, 1998.  Endarterectomy.

31. Annual Meeting, ASITN, AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section, Nashville, Tennessee, Feb 1, 1999 - Feb 3, 1999.  (1) Diagnosis and management of cavernous malformations (2) Management of cortical AVMs.

32. Neurology and Neurosurgery Grand Rounds, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, May 21, 1999.  Visiting Professor, Impact of natural history on decision making for cerebral vascular malformations.

33. Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Jun 2, 1999 - Jun 4, 1999.  Neurovascular Update:  Present Practices and Future Directions, Organizing Committee, 1. Moderator, Vascular Malformations 2. Arteriovenous Malformation:  Small AVM's 3. Large AVM's 4. Spinal AVM's - Spinal Dural AVMs.

34. Neurosurgery Research Day, Albany Medical College, Albany, Jun 25, 1999.  Decision making in cerebrovascular malformations.

35. 8th Congress of the Brazilian Academy of Neurosurgery, Gramado, Brazil, Sep 6, 1999 - Sep 7, 1999.  (1) Asymptomatic carotid disease - concepts of treatment (2) Giant intracranial aneurysms (3) Surgical treatment of critical carotid stenosis (4) Dural AVM's - treatment strategy.

36. Third Annual Rehabilitation Update, St. John's & West Park Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Oct 27, 1999.  Treatment of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke.

37. Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, Oct 29, 1999.  Co-Director, Carotid Surgery Course.

38. Annual Meeting, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Oct 30, 1999.  Surgery of the carotid artery: Indications and techniques.

39. Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, Nov 1, 1999.  Controversies in the management of brain stem cavernous malformations.

40. Annual Meeting, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Nov 1, 1999.  Oral Poster Moderator Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery I.

41. Olivecrona Lecture Series, Karolinska, Sweden, Dec 9, 1999.  Cerebrovascular Program, Neurosurgery.

42. Annual Meeting, ASITN, AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb 7, 2000.  Diagnosis and management of cavernous malformations.

43. American Association of Neurological Surgeons Breakfast Seminar, San Francisco, California, Apr 2000.  Intracranial dural arteriovenious malformations.

44. University of California/Harvard Medical School of Medicine, San Francisco, California, May 25, 2000 - May 26, 2000.  AVMs - treatment goals, combined therapy Discussion - AVMs.

45. Neuro-Radiology Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 23, 2000 - Jun 24, 2000.  (1) Stroke - results of surgical endarterectomy (2) Aneurysms - decision making and surgical results.

46. North American Stroke Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 2, 2000.  Carotid artery disease:  How and when to intervene.

47. 8th Annual HHT Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 22, 2000 - Sep 24, 2000.  Brain manifestations of HHT.

48. The Royal College of Surgeons of England, London, England, Nov 1, 2000 - Nov 2, 2000.  Contemporary treatment strategies in neurovascular disease 1. "Difficult" aneurysms - what to do? 2. Multi-model treatment of AVMs 3. AVM Clinic - sample cases - what to do?

49. 69th AANS Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 24, 2001.  Current options and guidelines in the evaluation and management of the asymptomatic vascular lesion.

50. Scientific Program, 36th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Halifax, Canada, Jun 16, 2001.  Stroke Course/Case presentations/audience participitation.

51. 3rd Annual Neuroradiology Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 22, 2001 - Jun 23, 2001.  (1) Surgical approach to skull base dural AVF's (2) Team approach in the management of brain AVM patients.

52. Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Faculty of Medicine, Calgary, Alberta, Jun 23, 2001 - Jun 25, 2001.  Carotid Endarterectomy Appropriateness Panel Meeting.

53. South African Society of Interventional Neuroradiology, South Africa, Aug 22, 2001 - Sep 1, 2001.  Visiting Professor - Lectures in Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban, Bloemfontein on Current Management Strategies  for Intracranial Aneurysm.

54. European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Geneva, Switzerland, Sep 30, 2001 - Oct 3, 2001.  The diagnosis and treatment of vasospasm.

55. 2nd International Mt. Bandai Symposium for Neuroscience, Koriyama, Japan, Oct 27, 2001 - Oct 29, 2001.  Have randomized trials had an impact on neurosurgical treatment of carotid stenosis?

56. Standford Neuroscience/Neurosurgery Grand Rounds, Stanford University, Standford California, Nov 30, 2001.  Vascular malformations and fistulae when not to treat.

57. Olivercrona & Leksell Professorship Lectures, Karolinska Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden, Dec 7, 2001 - Dec 8, 2001.  Large AVM's:  What can we expect?

58. Division of Neurosurgery, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Feb 26, 2002 - Feb 27, 2002.  Understanding dural arteriovenous fistulae.

59. The Neurosurgical Society of America and the The Society of British Neurological Surgeons, Kaiwah Island, South Carolina, Apr 23, 2002.  Natural history and outcome of management of aggressive cranial dural arteriovenous fistulae.

60. Division of Neurosurgery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 1, 2002 - May 2, 2002.  Natural history of vascular malformations:   When is treatment indicated?

61. 93rd Meeting, The Society of Neurological Surgeons, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 14, 2002.  The Canadian Perspective.

62. Division of Neurosurgery, Universite Laval, Quebec City, Quebec, May 30, 2002.  Intracranial aneurysms:  Treatment strategies.

63. Visiting Lecturer, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand, Jul 22, 2002 - Jul 26, 2002.  Strategies for intracranial aneurysm treatment.

64. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sep 25, 2002.  Luncheon Seminar:  Posterior circulation aneurysms:  Issues and controversies.

65. 4th Annual Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium, Montreal, Quebec, Sep 27, 2002 - Sep 28, 2002.  Surgical perspective for unruptured intracranial aneurysms.

66. The Havergal College Health Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 12, 2003.  Brain death and organ donation.

67. 6th Joint Meeting of the AANS/CNS Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery and the ASITN, Phoenix, Arizona, Feb 15, 2003 - Feb 19, 2003.  Moderator, Management of posterior circulation aneurysms.
 
68. 6th Joint Meeting of the AANS/CNS Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery and the ASITN, Phoenix, Arizona, Feb 15, 2003 - Feb 19, 2003.  Special Seminar:  (1) Prevention and treatment of complications in the management of cerebral aneurysms (2) Treatment of aneurysm rupture and other technical complications during clipping.

69. Society of British Neurological Surgeons, Cardiff, UK, Sep 17, 2003.  International perspectives in neurosurgical training.

70. 5th Annual Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 19, 2003 - Sep 20, 2003.  Brain and spinal cord cavernomas:  Natural history and management.

71. 5th Annual Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 19, 2003 - Sep 20, 2003.  Moderator: Ischemia of the spinal cord.

72. 53rd Annual Meeting, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Denver, Colorado, Oct 18, 2003 - Oct 23, 2003.  Moderator: Endovascular management of intracranial aneurysms: Indications, techniques and results.

73. Brazilian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Recife, Brazil, Nov 3, 2003 - Nov 9, 2003.  International subarachnoid aneurysm trial (ISAT): A neurosurgical perspective.

74. Visiting Professorship, DalhousieUniversity, Hallifax, Dec 2, 2003 - Dec 3, 2003.  The importance of clinical research in cerebrovascular disease.

75. Visiting Professorship, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Dec 12, 2003 - Dec 13, 2003.  Diagnosis and treatment of dural arteriovenous fistulae.

76. Annual Spring Meeting of the Korean Neurosurgical Society, Daejeon, Korea, Apr 17, 2004 - Apr 19, 2004.  The role of endovascular technique in modern cerebrovascular neurosurgery.

77. The 17th Annual North York General Hospital Emergency Update 2004, Toronto, Canada, May 6, 2004 - May 8, 2004.  Intracranial hemorrhage: Diagnosis, management, prognosis.

78. 57th Annual Meeting of the Neurosurgical Society of America, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jun 6, 2004 - Jun 9, 2004.  Multidisplinary management of brain AVM's.

79. 23rd International Congress of Radiology of the International Society of Radiology, Montreal, Quebec, Jun 25, 2004 - Jun 29, 2004.  Aneurysms:  Neurosurgical treatment.

80. 23rd International Congress of Radiology of the International Society of Radiology, Montreal, Quebec, Jun 25, 2004 - Jun 29, 2004.  Aneurysms:  Unruptured - To treat or not to treat.

81. 1st International Levantine Forum, Bari, Italy, Nov 7, 2004 - Nov 9, 2004.  Overview of vascular malformations of CNS, brain vascular and CAV malformations.

82. Visiting Professorship, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, Jan 10, 2005 - Jan 11, 2005.  Treat  the lesion or the patient:  Tough question.

83. Hospital Mointos de Vento, Brazil, Mar 30, 2005.  The multidisciplinary management of cerebrovascular disease.

84. Universidate Federal do Rio Grande do sol, Brazil, Mar 31, 2005.  Mechanisms of neuronal death after experimental cerebral ischemia.

85. 3 Congresso Gaucho de Neurologica e Neurocirurgia, Brazil, Apr 2, 2005 - Apr 3, 2005.  DVAF classification and treatment.

86. 3 Congresso Gaucho de Neurologia e Neurocirurgia, Brazil, Apr 2, 2005 - Apr 3, 2005.  Hypertensive hematomas - What are the news.

87. 3 Congresso Gaucho de Neurologia e Neurocicurgia, Brazil, Apr 2, 2005 - Apr 3, 2005.  Neurovascular Program in Toronto - The neurosurgeon's role.

88. 3 Congresso Gaucho de Neurologia e Neurocirurgia, Brazil, Apr 2, 2005 - Apr 3, 2005.  Treatment of ruptured/unruptured aneurysm.  What should the neurosurgeon do?  Toronto Western experience?  An interactive session.

89. 16th Annual Meeting North American Skull Base Society, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 8, 2005 - Apr 10, 2005.  Neurovascular disease in post fossa:  Indications and approaches.

90. AANS Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Apr 16, 2005 - Apr 21, 2005.  Cavernous malformations:  Current controversies in management.

91. 40th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Ottawa, Canda, Jun 14, 2005 - Jun 18, 2005.  Leaders in Canadian Neuroscience:  Surgery for carotid stenosis.

92. 13th World Congress of Neurological Surgery, Marrakesh, Jun 19, 2005 - Jun 24, 2005.  Carotid-cavernous fistulas.

93. 13th World Congress of Neurological Surgery, Marrakesh, Jun 19, 2005 - Jun 24, 2005.  Management of spinal cord vascular malformations.

94. 13th World Congress of Neurological Surgery, Marrakesh, Jun 19, 2005 - Jun 24, 2005.  Management of unruptured intracranial aneurysm.

95. 17th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Neuroradiological Society, Ottawa, Aug 25, 2005 - Aug 27, 2005.  Cavernous malformations .... cerebral hemorrhoids without significance?

96. 55th Annual Meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Oct 11, 2005.  Luncheon Seminar: Arteriovenous malformations:  Multimodality management; Natural history of arteriovenous malformations.

97. 9th Joint Annual Meeting of the AANS/ CNS and ASITN, Orlando, Florida, Feb 17, 2006 - Feb 20, 2006.  Experience of a North American Center in ISAT.

98. 2nd Cerebrovascular Professor's Lecture & Forum, Manila, Philippines, Mar 13, 2006 - Mar 14, 2006.  (1) Intracranial aneurysms:  Treatment decision making after ISAT (2) Postgraduate training in cerebrovascular disease:  Key element in a stroke centre (3) Clinical presentation and importance of cortical venous drainage (4) Cerebral hemorrhoids:  Much ado about nothing? (5) Carotid stenosis:  Too much focus on how to treat and less on when to treat (6) Arteriovenous malformations:  Clinical research from a multidisciplinary clinic.

99. 19th Biennial Congress of the Society of Neurosurgeons of South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa, Sep 3, 2006 - Sep 6, 2006.  (1) Clip or coil? (2) Management of neurosurgical vascular disease (3) Resident training in Canada.

100. Visiting Professor, University of Utah, Department of Neurosurgery, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sep 19, 2006 - Sep 20, 2006.  Vascular malformations:  When to treat and when not to treat.

101. 4th Annual University Health Network Joint Emergency Medicine Nursing and Physician Conference, Toronto, Oct 5, 2006.  Intracranial hemorrhage:  Diagnosis, management and prognosis.

102. Critical Care 2006 - The Toronto International Symposium on Acute Care, Toronto, Ontario, Oct 25, 2006 - Oct 27, 2006.  Update:  Factor VlI for intracerebral hemorrhage.

103. Queen's National Undergraduate Conference on Medicine, Kingston, Ontario, Nov 12, 2006.  Postgraduate training:  Neurosurgery and the surgeon scientist.

104. The 1st Annual Neurosurgery Research Symposium, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, Feb 10, 2007.  (1) Investigation of natural history in cerebrovascular disease: Worthwhile or Waste of Time? (2) Neurosurgery: Research and Residency.

105. Visiting Professor Lecture Series, Department of Neurosurgery, Children's Cancer Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, Apr 13, 2007.  Vascular malformations:  Evidence for treatment decisions.

106. Moderator - 2007 AANS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Apr 16, 2007 - Apr 17, 2007.  Cavernous malformations:  Current controversies in management.

107. Panelist - 2007 AANS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Apr 16, 2007 - Apr 17, 2007.  Multidisciplinary management of cerebral AVMs.

108. Shenkin Lecture - Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, Jun 8, 2007.  Being brave enough not to offer surgery.

109. American Neurosurgery Update in the State of Kuwait, Kuwait, Dec 1, 2007 - Dec 3, 2007.  (1) Aneurysm decision making (2) Cavernous malformation (3) Cerebral AVM (4) Fellowship training versus residency training in cerebrovascular surgery.

110. Discussant - 2008 AANS Annual Meeting, Chicago, Apr 28, 2008.  Surgical management of brainstem cavernous malformations.

111. Neurosurgical Society of Australasia, Auckland, New Zealand, Sep 25, 2008 - Sep 28, 2009.  Chair:  Cerebrovascular Lectureship.

112. AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section Meeting, San Diego, California, Feb 16, 2009 - Feb 17, 2009.  Panelist, Luncheon Seminar, Dural arteriovenous fistulae:  Surgical Management.

113. Ethics Symposium Macquarie University, Sydney University, Sydney, Australia, Apr 20, 2009 - Apr 22, 2009.  The patient with an untreated brain vascular malformation:  "What will happen to me?"

114. 78th Annual Scientific Congress, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Brisbane, Australia, May 6, 2009 - May 9, 2009.  Medico-legal pressures surrounding evaluation of the borderline candidate.

115. 78th Annual Scientific Congress, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Brisbane, Australia, May 6, 2009 - May 9, 2009.  Plenary session:  Major challenges in surgical training.

116. 78th Annual Scientific Congress, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Brisbane, Australia, May 6, 2009 - May 9, 2009.  Training in cerebrovascular surgery - challenges from a changing caseload.

117. 10th Annual Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 11, 2009 - Sep 12, 2009.  Case discussions:  How would you treat this AA?

118. The Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences, and the Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 25, 2009 - Sep 26, 2009.  Presentation and recovery of extraocular movement abnormalities in patients with brainstem cavernous malformations.

119. 71st  Annual Meeting of The American Academy of Neurological Surgery, West Palm Beach, Florida, Nov 4, 2009 - Nov 7, 2009.  Management of supratentorial cavernous malformations.

120. Mike Richard Visiting Professor, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Dec 3, 2009 - Dec 4, 2009.  How long is ISAT good for?
 
121. Mike Richard Visiting Professor, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Dec 3, 2009 - Dec 4, 2009.  Treating brain arteriovenous malformations lots to consider.

122. American Stroke Association, AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section and the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery, San Antonio, Texas, Feb 24, 2010 - Feb 26, 2010.  Controversies in the management of cerebral arteriovenous malformations:  Who to treat and when.

123. 45th Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Quebec City, Quebec, Jun 8, 2010 - Jun 11, 2010.  Seminar, Discussion Group, Simulation on Neurosurgery Resident Review Course:  Neurovascular Disease (1) Mock exam scenarios.

124. British Neurovascular Group, Society of British Neurological Surgeons, London, ON, September 7, 2010.  Natural History of Brain AVMs and the Important Role of Surgery for the Prevention of Hemorrhage.

125. 11th Annual Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 24, 2010 - Sep 25, 2010.  Surgical management of small size (<3 mm) ruptured aneurysms.

126. January 2011 Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide Australia, Visiting Professor, A Canadian Teaching Neurosurgery in Australia. 

127. January 2011, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, Australia.  Aneurysm Treatment:  Are We Farther Ahead or Behind?

128. February 2011, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Sydney Australia, Cerebrovascular Refresher.  1.  Carotid Stenosis – surgical management.  2.  Brain Stem Cavernous Haemangiomia.  3.  Spinal AVM, classification and treatment.  4.  Who, when and what to follow up for aneurysms.  5.  Future for training of Cerebrovascular Surgeons, should we take the lead from Vascular Surgeons or Cardiac Surgeons?

129. Special General Assembly, Quebec Neurosurgery Association, Saint-Marc-sur-le-Richelieu, PQ. March 18-20, 2011. Neurosurgery Education and Practice in Canada

130. International Masters-Vascular Neurosurgery: 1. Aneurysm Trials:  My Analysis.  2. Multimodality Treatment for Brain AVMs.  3.  Intracranial Venous System & Vascular Malformations.  AANS Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado. April 2011

131. Cerebral Venous System: Surgical Considerations Room 301, Colorado Convention Center MODERATOR: Albert L. Rhoton Jr., MD PANELISTS: Ossama Al-Mefty, MD Turker Kilic, MD, PhD Jacques J. Morcos, MD, FRCS Laligam N. Sekhar, MD, FACS Chandranath Sen, MD M. Christopher Wallace, MD

132. Society of Neurological Surgeons, Portland Oregon, May 2011:  The First Year Neurosurgical Resident:  Surgical education and Outcomes.

133. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Anesthesiologists Society, Toronto, ON June 2011:  Update on the Management of Stroke.

134. Clinical Neuroscience Rounds, Halifax Infirmary, New Brunswick, September 2011:  Perhaps We Will Never Understand AVMs. 

135. W.F.I.T.N., Cape Town, South Africa, November 2011:  Surgery as a Rescue Strategy During and After Coiling.
 
136. 10th Annual Caribbean Neurosciences Symposium, Montego Bay, Jamaica, January 2012:  1. Cerebrovascular Surgery Then and Now.   What Does the Future Hold? 2. Developing a Successful Group Practice.  3.  Neurosurgery:  Application, to Residency, to Practice.

137. International Masters-Vascular Neurosurgery, AANS Annual Meeting, Miami, Florida, April 2012:  Future of Cerebrovascular Surgery: Three Decades of Change.

138. 1st Annual McMaster Neuroscience Half Day Symposium, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, May 2012:  Cerebral Vascular Malformations, Perhaps We will Never Understand Them. 

139. CNSF, Ottawa, Ontario, June 2012:  Neurosurgery in Canada.

140. Division of Neurosurgery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Albert, September 2012.  Visiting Professor.

141. Division of Neurosurgery, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, September 2012.  Visiting Professor.  

142. Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Cerebrovascular Section, Chicago, Illinois, October 2012.  Drake Lecturer:  Treatment of Cerebrovascular Disease:  If and Why, not How.

143. Brain School, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario October 2012:  Treatment of Carotid Stenosis:  Surgery.
 
144. 2nd Annual Cerebrovascular Surgery Symposium, Geisinger Health System Neurosciences & Continuing Medical Education, New York City, November 30, 2012:  Natural History and Surgery of Brain AVMs.

145. ABC-WIN Seminar, Val D’Isere, France, January 2013:  Surgical Anatomy of the Sylvian Fissure, Subarachnoidal bleedings and hematomas of the Sylvian Fissure.

146. The 66th Annual Meeting of the Neurosurgical Socity of America, The Cloister, Sea Island,       Georgia, April 7-10, 2013:    Neurosurgical Manpower and Education in Canada.

147. Societe de Neurochirurgie de Langue Francaise, Association de Neurochirurgie du Quebec, Congres de Neurochirurgie 2013, Montreal, Quebec, May 27 – 30, 2013:  Intracranial   arterioveinous fistulae: surgical treatment.

148. Annual Meeting of the Dutch Neurosurgical Society, Netherlands, May 31, 2013:  Beks    Lucture: Surgery for aneurismal SAH.


Peer Reviewed Papers at Scientific Meetings

1. Wallace MC: Tensile strength and elasticity in various wounds:  An experimental study in pigs.  Annual Meeting, Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons, Ottawa, Ontario, May 1979.

2. Rosen IB, Wallace MC, Strawbridge H, Walfish PG: Reevaluation of the use of fine needle biopsy in the detection of thyroid cancer.  Annual Meeting, Central Surgical Association, Dearborn, Michigan, Mar 1981.

3. Tator CH, Wallace MC, Gentle WM: Electrical stimulation of the spinal cord after spinal cord injury.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Honolulu, Hawaii, Apr 1982.

4. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Gentles WM: Effect of electrical stimulation of the spinal cord on recovery from acute spinal cord injury in rats.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 1982.

5. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Failure of blood transfusion or naloxone to improve clinical recovery following experimental spinal cord injury.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Washington, D.C., Apr 1983.

6. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Two new techniques for evaluating the relationship between post traumatic ischemia and hemorrhage in the injured rat spinal cord.  Clinical Research Society of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 1983.

7. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Frazee P, Martin M: The relationship between post traumatic ischemia and hemorrhage in the injured rat spinal cord as shown by colloidal carbon angiography.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, St. John's, Newfoundland, Jun 1983.

8. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Frazee P: The relationship between post traumatic ischemia and hemorrhage in the injured rat spinal cord as shown by colloidal carbon angiography.  International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Paris, France, Jun 1983.

9. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Lewis AJ: Regenerative activity in the spinal cord after actue compression injury in rats.  Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons, Atlanta, Georgia, Oct 1983.

10. Wallace MC, Tator CH: The failure of naloxone to improve post traumatic spinal cord blood flow after experimental spinal cord injury.  Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois, Nov 1983.

11. Wallace MC, Tator CH: The effect of direct current stimulation on recovery following spinal cord injury in rats.  Clinical Research Society of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Mar 1984.

12. Wallace MC, Tator CH, Piper I: The effect of epidural direct current stimulation on recovery following spinal cord injury.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Edmonton, Alberta, Jun 1984.

13. Wallace MC, Tator CH: The effect of naloxone on spinal cord blood flow and cardiac output following spinal cord injury.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Edmonton, Alberta, Jun 1984.

14. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Successful improvement of blood pressure, cardiac output and spinal cord blood flow following experimental spinal cord injury.  Joint Section on Spinal Disorders, American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Canadian Neurological Surgeons, Grenelefe, Florida, Feb 1985.

15. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Successful improvement of blood pressure, cardiac output and spinal cord blood flow following experimental spinal cord injury.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Atlanta, Georgia, Apr 1985.

16. Wallace MC, Fleming JFR, Schutz H, Vanderlinden RG: Clinical presentation, diagnosis and surgical treatment of thoracic disc herniation.  Eighth International Congress of Neurological Surgery, Toronto, Ontario, Jul 1985.

17. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Successful improvement of blood pressure, cardiac output and blood pressure following experimental spinal cord injury.  Eighth International Congress of Neurological Surgery, Toronto, Ontario, Jul 1985.

18. Wallace MC, Tator CH: Successful improvement of spinal cord blood flow, cardiac output and blood pressure following experimental spinal cord injury.  Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois, Oct 1985.

19. Wallace MC, McCulloch J: The effect of focal cerebral ischemia on glutamate and dihyrdopyridine binding sites in the rat.  Society for Neurosciences, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 1988.

20. Wallace MC, McCulloch J, Teasdale GM: The integrity of the MK-801 receptor recognition site following cerebral ischemia in the rat.  14th International Joint Conference on Stroke and Cerebral Circulation, San Antonio, Texas, Feb 1989.

21. Wallace MC, McCormack A, McCulloch J: 3H-MK-801:  An in vivo ligand for glutamate mechanisms in the normal and ischemic brain.  International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Bologna, Italy, May 1989.

22. Wallace MC, McCormack A, McCulloch J: Autoradiographic demonstration of increased MK-801 binding in ischemic tissue in vivo.  International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Bologna, Italy, May 1989.

23. Wallace MC, Dewar D, Kurumaji A, Teasdale GM, McCulloch J: The integrity of the NMDA receptor complex after focal ischemia in the rat.  International Meeting, Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Bologna, Italy, May 1989.

24. Wallace MC, McCormack A, Teasdale GM, McCulloch J: In vivo 3H-MK-801:  Focal ischemia increases binding.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Ottawa, Ontario, Jun 1989.

25. Wallace MC, Dewar D, Kurumaji A, Teasdale GM, McCulloch J: The NMDA receptor in focal ischemia:  Is it important? Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Ottawa, Canada, Jun 1989.

26. Grypma R, Wallace MC: Cerebral venous drainage in the rat.  Clinical Research Society of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 1990.

27. Wallace MC: 3H-Forskolin binding:  an early outcome measure following experimental focal cerebral ischemia.  International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Miami, Florida, Jun 1991.

28. Wallace MC, Willinsky R, ter Brugge K: Cerebral venous pressure monitoring in patients with arteriovenous malformations.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Jun 1991.

29. Montanera J, Willinsky R, ter Brugge, Noel de Tilly L, Wallace MC: Intracranial dural arteriovenous shunts resulting in venous congestive encephalopathy.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Jun 1991.

30. McCulloch J, Wallace MC, Laurie D, Angerson WJ, Burns HD, Gibson RE: The enhanced binding of (+)-3-125Iodo MK-801 maps excessive glutamate release:  Potential as a ligand for SPECT.  International Symposium on Cerebral Blow Flow and Metabolism, Miami, Florida, Jun 1991.

31. Wallace MC, Daramola I: The use of in vitro binding with 3H-Forskolin as an ischemia marker following experimental middle cerebral artery occlusion.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Miami, Florida, Jun 1991.

32. Wallace MC, Gentili F, Schwartz M, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Young C: University of Toronto brain vascular malformation study group:  Advantages of a multidisciplinary approach.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Miami, Florida, Jun 1991.

33. ter Brugge KG, de Tilly LN, Montanera WJ, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Intracerebral dural arteriovenous shunts causing congestive encephalopathy.  17th Congress of European Society of Neuroradiology, Zurich, Switzerland, Oct 1991.

34. ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Fitzgerald P, Montanera W, Wallace C: The investigations of unexplained intracerebral hematoma: the role of MRI and delayed angiography.  17th Congress of European Society of Neuroradiology, Zurich, Switzerland, Oct 1991.

35. Wallace MC, Daramola I, Gentili F, Schwartz M, Ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Young C: Brain vascular malformation assessment record:  An improved data collection device.  Vascular Malformation of the Brain, Cleveland, Ohio, Feb 1992.

36. Wallace MC, Willinsky R, ter Brugge K: Cerebral venous pressure monitoring in dural AVM of the transverse sinus:  Case report.  Vascular Malformation of the Brain, Cleveland, Ohio, Feb 1992.

37. Dirks P, Hallacq P, Fournier D, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Wallace MC, Montanera W: Incidence of spontaneous hemorrhage in patients with intracerebral arteriovenous malformations partially treated by endovascular techniques.  Vascular Malformation of the Brain, Cleveland, Ohio, Feb 1992.

38. Young C, Schwartz M, O'Brien P, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Gentili F, Wallace MC: Limitation of angiography for radiosurgery treatment planning.  Vascular Malformation of the Brain, Cleveland, Ohio, Feb 1992.

39. Daramola I, Wallace MC, Gentili F, Schwartz M, Ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Young C: Enhancing the clinical assessment of brain vascular malformations using standardized data collecting modules.  Clinical Research Society of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 1992.

40. Young C, Schwartz M, O'Brien P, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Gentili F, Wallace MC: Radiosurgery target selection in embolized AVM patients.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, San Francisco, California, Apr 1992.

41. Uno M, Wallace MC: Outcome evaluation methods in models of focal ischemia in the rat.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Jun 1992.

42. MacDonald L, Wallace MC: Role of angiography following aneurysm surgery.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Jun 1992.

43. Wallace MC, Bernstein M: Teaching neurosurgical residents aneurysm surgery: retrospective review of 97 resident operated cases.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Jun 1992.

44. Uno M, Wallace MC: Acute outcome evaluation after experimental focal cerebral ischemia.  22nd Annual Meeting, Society for Neuroscience, Anaheim, California, Oct 1992.

45. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Charlton MP, Tator CH Uno M: Application of intracellular Ca2+ chelation for the treatment of stroke.  18th International Joint Conference on Stroke and Cerebral Circulation, Miami, Florida, Feb 1993.

46. Daramola I, Wallace MC, Gentili F, Schwartz M, Ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Young C: Decision-making and treatment allocation in the multidisciplinary management of brain AVM's.  American Assoc of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, Apr 1993.

47. Tator CH, Tymianski M, Charlton MP, Wallace MC, Carlen PL: Discovery and characterization of a novel class of neuroprotective agents in vitro and in vivo.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Apr 1993.

48. Uno M, Wallace MC: Evaluation of neutral red as an acute outcome method in focal cerebral ischemia model in the rat.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Apr 1993.

49. MacDonald RL, Tator CH, Wright T, Wallace MC, Bernstein MA, Lozano AM, Fleming JFR: Multilevel anterior cervical decompression and fibula graft fusion for cervical myelopathy.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Apr 1993.

50. Coyne T, Wallace MC, Benedict C: Perioperative anticoagulation effects of heparinization for carotid endarterectomy.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Apr 1993.

51. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Kestle JRW: Prediction of unexpected findings on angiography following aneurysm surgery.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Apr 1993.

52. Coyne TJ, MacDonald RL, Wallace MC: Angiographic vasospasm in the nineties:  A continuing phenomenon.  Vth International Symposium on Cerebral Vasospasm, Banff, Alberta, May 1993.

53. Coyne TJ, Montanera WJ, Wallace MC, MacDonald RL: Angioplasty for cerebral vasospasm:  The Toronto Hospital experience.  Vth International Symposium on Cerebral Vasospasm, Banff, Alberta, May 1993.

54. Hoff DJ, Wallace C, Gentili F, ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Willinsky R: Dynamic spin angiograms in the assessment of cerebral aneurysms.  American Society of Neurosurgery Residents Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 1993.

55. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Coyne TJ: Effect of surgery on severity of angiographic vasospasm.  Vth International Symposium on Cerebral Vasospasm, Banff, Alberta, May 1993.

56. Uno M, Wallace MC: Prevention and reversibility of in vitro 3H-Forskolin binding after experimental focal cerebral ischemia.  XVI International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Sendai, Japan, May 1993.

57. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Uno M, Spigelman I, Charlton MP, Carlen PL, Tator CH: Successful treatment of experimental focal ischemic stroke by intracellular calcium chelation.  XVI International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Sendai, Japan, May 1993.

58. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Spigelman I, Uno M, Carlen PL, Charlton MP, Tator CH: A novel strategy for the treatment of cerebral ischemia by intracellular calcium chelators.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 1993.

59. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC: Changing patterns of referral of patients with carotid artery disease.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 1993.

60. Lozano AM, Bernstein M, Benedict C, Wallace MC: Cortical mapping under local anaesthesia for resection of lesions in eloquent cortex.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 1993.

61. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Coyne TJ: Effect of surgery on severity of vasospasm.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 1993.

62. Hoff DJ, ter Brugge KG, Wallace MC, Gentili F: Spin angiograms:  Role in assessing intracranial aneurysms.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 1993.

63. Tymianksi M, Wallace MC, Tator CH, Charlton MP: A novel strategy for the treatment of cerebral ischemia by intracellular calcium chelators.  Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Vancouver, British Columbia, Oct 1993.

64. Wallace MC: Multiple modality therapy of AVM's.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Vancouver, British Columbia, Oct 1993.

65. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC: Patient referral for carotid artery disease.  Xth International Congress of Neurological Surgery, Acapulco, Mexico, Oct 1993.

66. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky R: Prognosis and management of intracranial dural arteriovenous malformations.  Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Vancouver, British Columbia, Oct 1993.

67. Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Spigelman I, Uno M, Carlen PL, Tator CH, Charlton MP: Successful treatment of early excitotoxic/ischemic neuronal injury by permeant Ca2+ chelators in vitro and in vivo.  23rd Annual Meeting, Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C., Nov 1993.

68. MacDonald RL, Montanera W, Wallace MC, Han H: Effect of transluminal angioplasty on vasospastic rabbit carotid arteries.  International Joint Conference on Stroke and Cerebral Circulation, American Heart Association, San Diego, California, Feb 1994.

69. Tymianski M, Spigelman I, Zhang L, Carlen PL, Charlton MP, Wallace MC: Mechanism of action and persistence of neuroprotection by intracellular Ca2+ chelators.  International Joint Conference on Stroke and Cerebral Circulation, American Heart Association, San Diego, California, Feb 1994.

70. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC, Sinclair F: Pulmonary edema following prophylactic hypervolemia after subarachnoid hemorrhage.  International Joint Conference on Stroke and Cerebral Circulation, American Heart Association, San Diego, California, Feb 1994.

71. Coyne TJ, Fehlings MG, Bernstein M, Wallace MC, Schacter IB, Tator CH, Fleming JFR: C1-C2 posterior fusion:  Long term evaluation of results and efficacy.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, Apr 1994.

72. MacDonald RL, Wallace MC, Montanera WJ, Han H: Effect of transluminal angioplasty on vasospastic rabbit carotid arteries.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, Apr 1994.

73. Shinno K, Wallace MC, Zhang L, Velumian S, Carlen PL: Influence of ischemic duration on hippocampal Ca1 cell loss after transient forebrain ischemia in rats and the electrophysiological findings in the early stage after ischemia.  Clinical Research Society of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 1994.

74. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC, Sinclair F: Pulmonary edema following prophylactic hypervolemia after subarachnoid hemorrhage.  American Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, Apr 1994.

75. Shinno K, Wallace MC: The pharmacokinetics of a membrane-perment calcium chelator, BAPTA-AM in normal rat brain.  Clinical Research Society of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 1994.

76. Tymianski M, Spigelman I, Zhang L, Carlen PL, Tator CH, Charlton M, Wallace MC: Mechanism and duration of neuroprotection by cell permeant Ca2+ chelators in focal cerebral ischemia.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, St. John's Newfoundland, Ontario, Jun 1994.

77. Coyne TJ, Fehlings MG, Bernstein M, Wallace MC, Schacter IB, Tator CH, Fleming JFR: C1-C2 posterior fusion:  Long term evaluation of results and efficacy.  International Conference on Recent Advances in Neurotraumatology, Gold Coast, California, Oct 1994.

78. Shinno K, Wallace MC, Zhang L, Velumian AA, Carlen PL: Influence of ischemic duration on hippocampal CA1 neuronal death and the early electrophysiological findings after transient forebrain ischemia in rats.  Annual Meeting, The Japan Neurosurgical Society, Tokushima, Japan, Oct 1994.

79. Coyne TJ, Wallace MC, Benedict C: Perioperative anticoagulant effects of heparin during carotid endarterectomy.  Neurosurgical Society of Australasia Scientific Meeting, Gold Coast, California, Oct 1994.

80. MacDonald RL, Montanera WJ, Wallace MC, Zhang J, Glen J, Han H, Johns L: Pharmacological effects of transluminal angioplasty on vasospastic rabbit carotid arteries.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois, Oct 1994.

81. Shinno K, Charlton MP, Wallace MC: The pharmacokinetics of a membrane-permeant calcium chelator (BAPTA-AM) in normal rat brain.  Annual Meeting, The Japan Neurosurgical Society, Tokushima, Japan, Oct 1994.

82. Tymianski M, Spigelman I, Zhang L, Carlen PL, Tator CH, Charlton M, Wallace MC: Mechanism and duration of neuroprotection by cell permeant Ca2+ chelators in focal cerebral ischemia.  Society for Neuroscience, Miami, Florida, Nov 1994.

83. Shinno K, Charlton MP, Wallace MC: Serum and brain concentration of BAPTA-AM after intravenous administration in the rat.  Society for Neuroscience, Miami, Florida, Nov 1994.

84. Wallace MC, Leung G, Khan R: Carotid endarterectomy surgery by residents and fellows:  A three year prospective analysis.  American Heart Association, 20th International Joint Conference on Stroke and Cerebral Circulation, Charleston, South Carolina, Feb 1995.

85. Gurd, JW, Wallace MC, Shinno K, Bissoon N: Ischemia/reperfusion increases the binding of the NMDA receptor subunit, NR2B, to SH2 domains.  Australian Neuroscience Society 1995 Annual Meeting, Perth, Australia, Feb 1995.

86. Willinsky RA, Harper W, Wallace MC, Montanera W, Ter Brugge K, Mikulis D: The natural history of cavernous of the brain:  Review of 111 patients.  American Society of Neuroradiology Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, Apr 1995.

87. Dirks PB, Tymianski M, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Wallace MC, Ter Brugge K: An analysis of complications from endovascular treatment of brain arteriovenous malformations.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 1995.

88. Wallace MC, Leung G, Khan R, Gentili F, Fleming R: Carotid surgery results in postgraduate training program.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 1995.

89. Fleming JFR, Taylor M, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA: Conus medularis and low lumbar spinal cord symptoms caused by undetected remote dural AVM:  A poorly recognized entity.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 1995.

90. Kiriakopoulos ET, Mikulis DJ, Wood ML, Bernstein M, Wallace MC, Drake J, Hoffman H, Lozano A, Chung S: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in neurosurgical patients.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 1995.

91. Shinno S, Zhang L, Wallace MC, Carlen P: Intracellular Ca2+ chelator ameliorates synaptic field responses of hippocampal CA1 neurons following severe forebrain ischemia.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 1995.

92. Findlay JM, Wallace MC: Intracranial carotid occlusion during carotid thromboendarterectomy:  Reducing the risk of intraluminal thrombus? Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 1995.

93. Wallace MC, Harper W, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Mikulis D, Gentili F, Ter Brugge K: Risk of hemorrhage from intracranial cavernous malformations.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 1995.

94. ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, Wallace MC, Hatswell E: Role of embolization in the management of brain AVM patients presenting with progressive neurological deficit.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 1995.

95. ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, Wallace MC: Role of embolization in the management of brain AVM patients presenting with progressive neurological deficit.  Canadian Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Jun 1995.

96. Willinsky RA, Montanera W, Wallace MC, Mikulis D, terBrugge K: MR findings in spinal dural arteriovenous fistulas: Pre-treatment and post-treatment studies.  Eastern Neuroradiological Society, Niagra-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Oct 6, 1995.

97. Willinsky RA, Harper W, Wallace MC, Kucharczyk W, Montanera W, terBrugge K: MR imaging of intracranial cavernomas (CM's): Analysis of 136 patients.  Eastern Neuroradiological Society, Niagara-on-the Lake, Ontario, Oct 6, 1995.

98. Wallace MC, Davies M, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Saleh J, terBrugge K: The presentation, natural history and varied management of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulae.  Neurosurgical Society of America, Laguna Niguel, California, May 1996.

99. Porter PJ, Stiver SA, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Acute human histopathologic study of an aneurysm treated by guglielmi detachable coils:  A case report.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, 31st Meeting, London, Ontario, Jun 1996.

100. Kiriakopoulos ET, Carmichael FJ, McGuire GP, Crofts S, Wallace MC, Montanera W: Analysis of airway volume following carotid endarterectomy (CEA) using CT scans.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, 31st Meeting, London, Ontario, Jun 1996.

101. Davies MA, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Wallace MC: Intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas:  Their natural history and management.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, 31st Meeting, London, Ontario, Jun 1996.

102. Porter PJ, Wallace MC: Stereotactic radiosurgery versus observation for symptomatic, surgically inaccessible cavernous malformations of the brain:  Proposal for a double blind, randomized, sham-controlled trial.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, 31st Meeting, London, Ontario, Jun 1996.

103. Porter PJ, Wallace MC, Detsky AS: Surgery versus stereotactic radiation for small, operable brain arteriovenous malformations:  A decision analysis.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, 31st Meeting, London, Ontario, Jun 1996.

104. Davies MA, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Wallace MC: The classification and presentation of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, 31st Meeting, London, Ontario, Jun 1996.

105. Porter PJ, Shin AY, Lefaive LR, Detsky AS, Wallace MC: Cost-effectiveness analysis of surgery versus stereotactic radiosurgery for small, operable cerebral arteriovenous malformations.  Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Montreal, Quebec, Sep 1996.

106. Wallace MC, Davies M, Willinsky, R, Montanera W, Saleh J, ter Brugge K: The presentation, natural history and varied management of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulae.  Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Montreal, Quebec, Sep 1996.

107. Wigle DA, Hsu JC, Eubanks JH, Francis J, Wallace MC: Identification of hippocampal gene induction in global cerebral ischemia: mRNA fingerprinting using differential display.  Society for Neuroscience, 26th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., Nov 16, 1996.

108. Wang Z, Tymianski M, Jones OT, Sattler R, Bernstein G, Wallace MC, Nedergaard M: Impact of cytoplasmic calcium buffering on the spatial and temporal characteristics of intercelllular calcium signals in astrocytes.  Society for Neuroscience, 26th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., Nov 17, 1996.

109. Davies MA, terBrugge K, Willinsky RA, Saleh J, Coyne T, Wallace MC: The validity of classification of the clinical presentations of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  American Society of Neuroradiologists, Toronto, Ontario, May 17, 1997.

110. Willinsky RA, Davies MA, terBrugge K, Wallace MC: The natural history and management of "Aggressive" intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  American Society of Neuroradiologists, Toronto, Ontario, May 18, 1997.

111. Porter PJ, ter Brugge KB, Stefani MA, Kerr RG, Montanera W, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: A prospective study assessing risk factors for hemorrhage from arteriovenous malformations.  ASITN/WFITN Scientific Conference, New York City, Sep 1997.

112. Porter PJ, ter Brugge KG, Stefani MA, Montanera W, Schwartz ML, Willinsky RA, Young CS, Wallace MC: Clinical outcome of arteriovenous malformation patients with embolization prior to stereotactic radiotherapy.  ASITN/WFITN Scientific Conference, New York City, Sep 1997.

113. Porter PJ, Stefani MA, Montanera W, Schwartz ML, Wallace MC, terBrugge KG, Willinsky RA, Young CS: Embolization of arteriovenous malformations prior to radiosurgery:  Does it affect the cure rate? CNS 47th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Sep 1997.

114. Porter PJ, Wallace MC, Shin AY, Detsky AS: Measurement of stroke utility values in AVM Clinic patients using the standard gamble technique.  CNS 47th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Sep 1997.

115. Porter PJ, Stefani MA, Kerr RG, Montanera W, terBrugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Risk factors for hemorrhage from arteriovenous malformations:  Presentation is different than natural history.  CNS 47th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Sep 1997.

116. Gurd JW, Takagi N, Wallace MC: Increased binding of NMDA receptor subunits NR2A and NR2B to SH2-Domains of PLC-y, SRC and FYN following transient global ischemia.  Society for Neuroscience 27th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Oct 1997.

117. Mingo NS, Cottrell GA, Ziang L, Wallace MC, Burnham WM, Eubanks JH: Kainic acid-induced seizures alter the hippocampl expression of the rat m1 and m3 muscarinic receptor genes.  Society for Neuroscience 27th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Oct 1997.

118. Norris JS, Valiante T, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ: A simple relationship between radiological AVM hemodynamics and clinical presentation:  A prospective blinded analysis of 31 patients.  Joint ASITN/SCVS Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Feb 1998.

119. Mandzia J, Faughnan ME, Hyland RH, Wallace MC, terBrugge KG: Cerebral arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are frequently associated with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT).  Joint ASITN/SCVS Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Feb 1998.

120. Porter PJ, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Kerr RG, Montanera W, Stefani MA: Failure of partial therapy to reduce the risk of hemorrhage from arteriovenous malformations.  Joint ASITN/SCVS Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Feb 1998.

121. Redekop GJ, ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Willinsky R: Intracranial aneurysms associated with arteriovenous malformations - frequency of hemorrhage and relationship of lesions.  Joint ASITN/SCVS Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Feb 1998.

122. Porter PJ, ter Brugge KG, Montanera W, Kerr RG, Stefani MA, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Outcome following hemorrhage from brain arteriovenous malformations at presentation and during follow up:  Is it worse than we think? Joint ASITN/SCVS Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Feb 1998.

123. Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Tymianski M, Montanera WJ: Treatment of aggressive dural arteriovenous fistulae by cerebral venous disconnection.  ASITN, AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section, Orlando, Florida, Feb 1998.

124. Farragos AJ, ter Brugge K, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, Schwartz M, Tymianski M, Wallace C: Impact of therapy for brain arteriovenous malformations on seizure frequency.  33rd Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, Quebec, Jun 17, 1998.

125. Porter PJ, ter Brugge K, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, Schwartz M, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Partial therapy for brain arteriovenous malformations: Impact on natural history of hemorrhage.  33rd Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, Quebec, Jun 17, 1998.

126. Woodrow S, Tymianski M, Gentili F, Wallace MC: Intracranial aneurysm surgery performed in a postgraduate training programme.  33rd Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, Quebec, Jun 18, 1998.

127. Norris JS, Valiante T, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA, Montanera WJ, terBrugge KG, Tymianski M: Is there a correlation between clinical modes of presentation and radiological haemodynamics of cerebral AVMs?  Results of a prospective, blinded analysis in 31 patients.  33rd Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, Quebec, Jun 18, 1998.

128. Kim M, Willinsky RA, ter Brugge KG, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Intramedullary and perimedullary spinal cord vascular malformations:  Multidisciplinary approach to treatment.  Joint Meeting of the Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery of the AANS and CNS and the ASITN, Nashville, Tennessee, Jan 1, 1999.

129. Norris JS, Willinsky RA, ter Brugge K, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Outcome following surgical treatment of 47 "aggressive" (Borden types 2 & 3) cranial dural arteriovenous fistulae.  ASITN/CNS Cerebrovascular Section Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee, Feb 1, 1999.

130. Wallace MC, Norris JS, Tymianski M, Montanera W, ter Brugge K: Surgical therapy of aggressive arteriovenous fistula without resection.  Annual Meeting, Neurosurgical Society of America, Scottsdale, Arizona, Mar 31, 1999.

131. Roder JC, Tymianski M, Cain P, Henderson J, Wallace MC, Zin J: The functional role of GluR2 in excitotoxicity, cerebral ischemia, and a kindling model of epilepsy.  Gordon Conference on Excitatory Amino Acids and Brain Function, Plymouth, New Hampshire, Jul 1, 1999.

132. Mascia L, Fedorko L, Ranieri VM, Wallace MC: Diagnosis of cerebral vasospasm by serial transcranial doppler measurements:  Sensitivity and specificity study.  Annual Meeting European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Berlin, Germany, Oct 1, 1999.

133. Porter P, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: The value of three-dimensional angiography in treatment of planning for cerebrovascular disease.  Annual Meeting, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Nov 4, 1999.

134. Mascia L, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC, Fedorko L: Predictive value of transcranial doppler in identificatin of subarachnoid hemorrhage patients at high risk of developing clinical vasospasm.  Joint Meeting of the AANS/CNS Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery and the ASITN, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb 6, 2000.

135. Mascia L, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC, Fedorko L: Predictive value of transcranial doppler in identificatin of subarachnoid hemorrhage patients at high risk of developing clinical vasospasm.  Joint Meeting of the AANS/CNS Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery and the ASITN/SCVS, Hawaii, Feb 6, 2000.

136. Willinsky RA, ter Brugge KG, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Goyal M, Wallace MC: Embolization of small (<3 cm) brain arteriovenous malformations:  Correlation of angiographic results to a proposed angioarchitecture grading system.  Annual Meeting, ASITN, AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb 7, 2000.

137. Mascia L, Fedorko L, ter Brugge K, Ranieri VM, Wallace MC: Cerebrovascular pressure-reacticity index in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage.  11th International Meeting on Intracranial Pressure and Monitoring, Cambridge, Ontario, Jul 1, 2000.

138. Mascia L, Stewart DJ, Fedorko L, terBrugge K, Ranieri VM, Wallace MC: The role of endothelin 1 in the pathogenesis of cerebral vasospasm after subarachnoid hemorrhage.  11th International Meeting on Intracranial Pressure and Monitoring, Cambridge, Ontario, Jul 1, 2000.

139. Mascia L, Fedorko L, ter Brugge K, Ranieri VM, Wallace MC: The role of pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines in the development of cerebral vasospasm.  11th International Meeting on Intracranial Pressure and Monitoring, Cambridge, Ontario, Jul 1, 2000.

140. Satomi J, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC: The natural history of benign intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  Joint ASITN/SCVS Annual Meeting, Hawaii, Feb 9, 2001.

141. Satomi J, terBrugge K, Willinsky R, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Porter P, Wallace MC: Natural history of benign intracranial DAVFs.  2001 AANS Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, Apr 21, 2001.

142. Satomi J, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC, Henkelman M, Letarte M: Angioarchitecture in a murine model of hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia.  2001 AANS Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, Apr 22, 2001.

143. Woodrow S, Bernstein M, Gentili F, Wallace MC: Intracranial aneurysm surgery performed in a Postgraduate Training Program.  2001 AANS Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, Apr 23, 2001.

144. McDonald P, Porter P, Wallace MC, Montanera W, Willinsky R, terBrugge K, Manninen P, Tymianski M: Utility of intraoperative angiography in the treatment of higher grade brain arteriovenous malformations.  2001 AANS Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, Apr 24, 2001.

145. Matouk CC, Van Dijk M, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC, Willinsky RA: Clinical and radiographic features of intracranial DAVF:  An under-recognized cause of progressive cognitive deficits.  6th Joint Meeting of the AANS/CNS Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery and the ASITN, Phoenix, Arizona, Feb 15, 2003.

146. Spears J, ter Brugge K, Moosavian M, Gentili F, Porter P, Tymianski M, Willinsky R, Wallace MC: Development of a prediction model for neurological outcome in the surgical treatment of cerebral AVMs.  6ht Joint Meeting of the AANS/CNS Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery and the ASITN, Phoenix, Arizona, Feb 15, 2003.

147. Jain H, Porter PJ, Wallace MC, Willinsky R, ter Brugge, Montanera W, Tymianski M: Single centre analysis of outcomes in North American patients enrolled in ISAT.  6th Joint Meeting of the AANS/CNS Section on cerebrovascular Srugery and the ASITN, Phoenix, Arizona, Feb 15, 2003.

148. O'Kelly CJ, Gunnarsson T, Wallace MC: A decision analysis of the management options for unruptured intracranial aneurysms.  8th Joint Annual Meeting of the AANS/CNS and the ASITN, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb 3, 2005.

149. Spears J, Tymianski M, Chan T, Wallace MC: Incidence of visual field defects in patients with occipital arteriovenous malformations undergoing surgical extirpation.  8th Joint Annual Meeting of the AANS/CNS and the ASITN, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb 3, 2005.

150. Spears J, ter Brugge K, Wallace MC, Tymianski M: Prospective validation of a model for neurological outcome following surgery of brain arteriovenous malformations:  Preliminary results.  8th Joint Annual Meeting of the AANS/CNS and the ASITN, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb 3, 2005.

151. van Dijk JMC, ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Selective disconnection of cortical venous reflux as treatment for cranial dural arteriovenous fistulas.  8th Joint Annual Meeting of the AANS/CNS and the ASITN, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb 3, 2005.

152. Woodrow S, O'Kelly C, Hamstra S, Wallace MC: Jobs wanted:  Patriotic academic neurosurgeons for hire.  40th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Ottawa, Canada, Jun 16, 2005.

153. O'Kelly C, Zinman L, Krahn M, Wallace MC: The optimal management of unruptured intracranial aneurysms:  A decision analysis comparing coiling, clipping, and observation.  40th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Ottawa, Canada, Jun 16, 2005.

154. da Costa L, Wallace MC, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Tymianski M: A single-centre, prospective analysis of the natural history of hemorrhage from brain AMVs with or without associated aneurysms.  55th Annual Meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Boston, Massachusetts, Oct 10, 2005.

155. da Costa L, ter Brugge K, Willinsky R, Wallace MC, Tymianski M: Impact of partial embolization on the natural history of brain arteriovenous malformations.  9th Joint Annual Meeting of the AANS/CNS and the ASITN, Orlando, Florida, Feb 17, 2006.

156. O'Kelly CJ, Spears J, Montanera W, Marotta T, Wallace MC, Willinsky R, ter Brugge K: The impact of assistive devices on outcomes following endovascular closure of ruptured intracranial aneurysms.  9th Joint Annual Meeting of the AANS/CNS and the ASITN, Orlando, Florida, Feb 17, 2006.

157. O'Kelly CJ, Kulkarni A, Austin P, Urbach D, Wallace MC: The impact of therapeutic modality on outcomes following repair of ruptured intracranial aneurysms:  An administrative data analysis.  42nd Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Edmonton, Alberta, Jun 18, 2007.

158. da Costa L, Spears J, Gray B, MacDonald R, Marotta T, Montanera W, Tymianski M, Wallace MC: Proposal for development of a Canadian intracranial aneurysm (CIA) registry.  42nd Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Edmonton, Alberta, Jun 19, 2007.

159. Thines L, Lee SK, Dehdashti AR, Agid R, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG: Direct imaging of the distal dural ring and paraclinoid internal carotid artery aneurysms with high resolution T2 turbo-spin echo technique at 3.0 Tesla MRI.  2008 AANS Annual Meeting, Chicago, May 1, 2008.

160. Thines L, Agid R, Dehdashti AR, da Costa L, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Tymianski M: Assessment of intracranial-extracranial bypass patency with 64-slice multi-detector computerized tomography angiography.  43rd Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 19, 2008.

161. Thines L, Dehdashti AR, da Costa L, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Tymianski M, Schwartz M, Willinsky R: Challenges in the treatment of brainstem arteriovenous malformations.  43rd Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 19, 2008.

162. Thines L, Agid R, Dehdashti AR, da Costa L, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Tymianski M, Schwartz M, Willinsky R: Multimodality care of occipital AVMs:  Neurological outcomes in a series of 135 patients.  43rd Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 19, 2008.

163. da Costa LB, Thines L, Dehdashti AR, Wallace MC, ter Brugge KG, Tymianski M, Schwartz M, Willinsky R: Predictive outcome factors in posterior fossa arteriovenous malformations - review of a single center experience.  43rd Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 19, 2008.

164. O'Kelly C, Wallace MC: Shunt dependent hydrocephalus following aneurysmal subarchnoid hemorrhage:  Analysis of incidence, revision rates, and long term outcome using Ontario provincial administrative data.  43rd Annual Congress of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Victoria, British Columbia, Jun 19, 2008.

165. Abou-Hamden A, Radovanovic I, Wallace MC, Tymianski M: Clinical presentation and management of spinal cord cavernomas:  A single institution experience with 27 patients.  AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, Feb 22, 2010.

166. Spears J, Faughnan, Ozanne J, Wallace MC, White R,: International guidelines for the diagnosis and management of cerebral vascular malformations (cvms) in hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT).  AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, Feb 22, 2010.

167. Le Roux A, Wallace MC, Tymianski M: Multiple large complex intracranial aneurysms.  AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, Feb 22, 2010.

168. Dehdashti A,Le Roux A, Wallace MC: Surgical treatment of very large and giant ophthalmic segment aneursym; Long-term visual and radiological outcome.  AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, Feb 22, 2010.

169. Witiw C D, Abou-Hamden A, Kulkarni A, Silvaggio J A, Wallace M C:  Cerebral Cavernous Malformations and Pregnancy, Risk of Hemorrhage and Influence on Obstetric Management.  AANS Annual Meeting, Denver Colorado, April 2011.


Other Lectures or Papers Given

1. Frontiers in Physiology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Jul 1982.  Effect of electrical stimulaton on recovery from spinal cord injury.

2. Workshop, Regeneration in the Central Nervous System, Sunnybrook Health Science Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 1983.  The effect of electrical stimulation on postj-traumatic regeneration in the rat spinal cord.

3. Sunnybrook Medical Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 1983.  Workshop:  Regeneration in the central nervous system.

4. Update on Management of Acute Spinal and Spinal Cord Injuries, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, May 1984.  The use of naloxone in experimental spinal cord injury.

5. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, May 1984.  The use of naloxone in experimental spinal cord injury: Update on management of acute spinal and spinal cord injuries.

6. Critical Care Spectrum '86, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 1986.  Acute management of spinal cord injuries.

7. Dimensions in Critical Care Nursing, Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Oct 1988.  Cerebrovascular disorders.

8. Keith Professorship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario., Feb 1989.  Experimental investigation of brain arteriovenous malformations.

9. Neurofocus '89, Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Mar 1989.  Cerebral vasospasm.

10. Neuroscience Nursing I Course, Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Apr 1989.  Cerebrovascular disease.

11. Critical Care Spectrum '89, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 1989.  (1) Traumatic brain injury, (2) Acute management of spinal cord injuries.

12. E. Harry Botterell Lectureship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 1989.  Promising experimental agents in the management of cerebral ischemia.

13. Dimensions in Critical Care Nursing, Toronto, Ontario, May 1990.  Cerebral vasospasm.

14. A Day in Primary Eye Care, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, May 1991.  Eye signs in head trauma.

15. Frontiers in Physiology and Pharmacology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, May 1991.  Receptor binding studies in focal cerebral ischemia.

16. E. Harry Botterell Lectureship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 1991.  Comprehensive management of cerebral AVMs: Intradisciplinary University of Toronto AVM Clinic experience.

17. Toronto Chapter, American Association of Medical Transcriptionists, Toronto, Ontario., Nov 1991.  Surgery for ruptured aneurysms.

18. Keith Professorship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 1992.  (1) Teaching neurosurgical residents techniques of aneurysm surgery,  (2) Retrospective review of resident operated cases.

19. Baycrest Hospital Clinic Day, Toronto, Ontario, May 1992.  Stroke prevention.

20. Gallie Day, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, May 1992.  The University of Toronto brain vascular malformation study group:  The results of the first two years.

21. Keith Professorship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 1993.  Surgical therapy for small AVM's:  Decision making and results.

22. Contemporary Stroke Management and Prevention, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Jun 12, 1993.  Surgery in stroke management:  Recent data from the North American Symptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy Trial (NASCET).

23. Department of Pharmacology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Jul 30, 1993.  Intracellular calcium chelation:  Strategy for neuroprotection.

24. Contemporary Stroke Management and Prevention, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Oct 23, 1993.  Surgery in stroke management:  Recent data from the North American Symptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy Trial (NASCET).

25. E. Harry Botterell Professorship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 1993.  (1) Experimental studies of cerebral ischemia, (2) Management of dural arteriovenous malformations of the spinal cord.

26. Contemporary Stroke Management and Prevention, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 27, 1993.  Surgery in stroke management:  Recent data from the North American Symptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy Trial (NASCET).

27. Neuroscience Seminar, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 30, 1993.  Cerebral protection with Ca 2+ chelators:  Further studies.

28. Contemporary Management of Cardiovascular Disease, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Dec 10, 1993.  The role of endarterectomy in carotid disease.

29. Contemporary Stroke Management and Prevention, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 5, 1994.  Surgery in stroke management:  Recent data from the North American Symptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy Trial (NASCET).

30. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Scarborough Chapter, Scarborough, Ontario, Nov 1994.  Brain attack:  Current research and treatment of stroke.

31. E. Harry Botterell Lectureship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 1994.  Current strategies in the treatment of experimental cerebral ischemia:  Future applications.

32. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Toronto Chapter, Toronto, Ontario, Dec 1994.  Current treatment and research for stroke.

33. Keith Visiting Professorship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 1995.  The use of calcium chelators in experimental central nervous system ischemia.

34. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 20, 1995.  Progress in stroke therapy.

35. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, May 1995.  Women and stroke.

36. Ajax Chapter, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Ajax, Ontario, Sep 13, 1995.  Stroke: What to look for and how to treat it.

37. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Volunteer and Staff Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Oct 1995.  Brain attack:  The $3,000,000 deal.

38. Keith Visiting Professorship in Neurosurgery, The University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 1996.  Neurosurgeons should do carotid endarterectomies.

39. Institute of Medical Science Annual Day, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, May 1996.  Cerebral ischemia and hemorrhage:  From NMDA receptor to natural history in man.

40. Grand Medical Rounds, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 4, 1996.  Advances in the therapy for hemorrhagic stroke.

41. Department of Anaesthesia, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 4, 1996.  Neurosurgical/anaesthetic considerations for patients with cerebrovascular disorders.
 
42. Toronto Neurology Update, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 22, 1996.  Surgical intervention.

43. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Etobicoke Chapter, Etobicoke, Ontario, Apr 16, 1997.  Understanding Stroke:  Knowing its treatment.

44. Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario, North Peel Chapter, Brampton, Ontario, Nov 4, 1997.  Stroke therapy.

45. Toronto Critical Care Medicine Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 14, 1997.  Clinical controversies session, All ICUs should be closed units, participant.

46. Toronto Critical Care Medicine Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 14, 1997.  Moderator, Pro/Con Debates, Control of ICP improves in severe head injury.

47. Toronto Critical Care Medicine Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 15, 1997.  Chair, Neurointensive Care/Trauma II.

48. E. Harry Botterell Lectureship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 18, 1997.  Arteriovenous malformations - when not to operate.

49. E. Harry Botterell Lectureship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 18, 1997.  Chair, Mini-symposium, Current trends in cerebrovascular disease.

50. Neurology Rounds, Queensway General Hospital, Mississauga, Ontario, Feb 20, 1998.  Carotid endarterectomy for prevention of stroke.

51. Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care Clinic Day, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 27, 1998.  Stroke prevention:  Underappreciated and underutilized?

52. Keith Professorship in Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 9, 1999.  Spinal dural AVM's. 

53. Cerebrovascular Research Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Mar 25, 1999.  Stroke prophylaxis with carotid endarterectomy - Update of recent trials.

54. 2000 Keith Professorship in Neurosurgery, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 14, 2000.  Chairman, Case Presentations by University of Toronto Neurosurgery Residents and Fellows.

55. Neurology Subspecialty Rounds, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 29, 2000.  Surgical prevention of stroke.

56. 2003 Keith Professorship in Neurosurgery, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 10, 2003 - Feb 11, 2003.  Fellows and residency training:  Burden or benefit?

57. The 2004 GTA - Stroke Best Practices Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Sep 27, 2004.  When to call the neurosurgeon.

58. Critical Care Rounds - Sunnybrook Women's College Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 2, 2004.  Subarachnoid hemorrhage.

59. The 2nd Annual Krembil Neuroscience Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 10, 2005 - Nov 11, 2005.  Treating patients who are not sick.

60. J.C. Richardson Neurology Subspecialty Day, University of Toronto, Division of Neurology, InterContinental Toronto Hotel, Toronto, Mar 24, 2006.  Stroke debate, Management of carotid stenosis:  surgery or stent.

61. The 4th Annual Krembil Neuroscience Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 15, 2007.  Teaching neurosurgery to residents.

62. The 5th Annual Krembil Neuroscience Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Nov 13, 2008 - Nov 14, 2008.  Aging neurosurgeons:  Past training, still good for today?


RESEARCH AND INVESTIGATION

Senior Investigator's Name Appears in Bold

Research Funding - Peer Reviewed


Scholarship.  Wallace MC: Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation ($200,000 1989 - 1994)

Hemodynamic monitoring of patients with brain vascular malformations.  Wallace MC, Ter Brugge KG, Willinsky RA: Physicians Services Incorporated Foundation ($25,000 1992 - 1994)

Effect of transluminal angioplasty on vasospasm in dogs.  Wallace MC, MacDonald RL, Montanera WJ: Physicians Services Incorporated Foundation ($24,000 1992 - 1994)

Physiology and treatment of ischemic neuronal injury by intracellular calcium chelation.  Charlton MP, Wallace MC: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario ($128,260 1993 - 1995)

Physiology and treatment of ischemic neuronal injury by intracellular calcium chelation.  Charlton MP, Wallace MC: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario ($160,000 1995 - 1998)

Tyrosine phosphorylation of GP180 after cerebral ischemia.  Gurd J, Wallace MC: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario ($85,000 1996 - 1998)

International subarachnoid aneurysm trial.  Willinsky RA, Wallace MC: Medical Research Council of Canada ($32,400 1998 - 2001)

Neoangiogenesis in cerebral ischemia.  Guha A, Wallace MC, Nagy A: Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario ($246,428 1998 - 2004)

Tyrosine phosphorylation and molecular organization of the NMDA receptor following transient globalischemia: Implications for neuronal survival.  Gurd J, Wallace MC: Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada ($230,700 1998 - 2001)

Composition and molecular organization of postsynaptic densities following transient global ischemia.  Gurd JW, Wallace MC: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario ($225,000 2001 - 2004)

Role of a novel ischemia-induced gene in neuronal death.  Wallace MC, Eubanks J: Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario ($121,000 2001 - 2003)

Isolation and characterization of a novel ischemia-induced gene.  Eubanks JH, Wallace MC: Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario ($125,632 2003 - 2005)

The role of lipid rafts in ischemia-induced modulation of postsynaptic signalling.  Gurd JW, Wallace MC: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario ($126,000 2004 - 2006)



Research Funding - Non Peer Reviewed

Pathophysiology of focal cerebral ischemia.  Wallace MC: The Toronto Hospital/Department of Surgery ($75,000 1988 - 1989)

Magnetic resonance imaging of the evolution of experimental cerebral ischemia in the rat.  Wallace MC: Dean's Fund, University of Toronto ($7,600 1989 - 1990)

A model of embolic stroke in the rabbit.  Wallace MC, Montanera WJ: Banting and Best Foundation ($14,300 1990 - 1991)

In vitro 3H-Forskolin binding following focal cerebral ischemia.  Wallace MC: Research Foundation, American Association of Neurological Surgeons ($40,000 1990 - 1991)

Neuronal protection in cerebral ischemia by intracellular calcium chelation.  Wallace MC, Charlton MP, Tymianski M, Carlen P, Tator CH: Allelix Biopharmaceuticals Incorporated ($100,000 1993 - 1994)

Wallace MC: Rothman, Benson & Hedges Incorporated ($25,000 1994 - 1999)

Neuroprotection with membrane-permeant calcium chelation.  Wallace MC, Charlton M, Tator CH, Carlen P, Tymianski M: Ontario Technology Grant, Allelix Biopharmaceuticals Incorporated ($3,600,000 1995 - 1998)

Wallace MC: Rothman, Benson & Hedges Incorporated ($25,000 2000 - 2004)



Patents

In vivo treatment of mammalian cells with a cell membrane permeant calcium buffer.  Charlton MP, Tymianski M, Wallace MC, Carlen P, Tator CH: US Patent Application - Office Action.  1993



Honours and Awards Received:
• 2009
PGME 2009 Award for Excellence in Teaching Performance, Mentorship and Advocacy, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

• 2008
W.T. Waikins Award for Undergraduate Teaching, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

• 2006
Wightman-Berris Academy Individual Teaching Award

• 2005
Division of Neurosurgery, Alan R Hudson Teaching Award

• 2003
Wightman-Berris Academy Andersen Award for Undergraduate Education

• 1994
W.T. Aitken's Award, Individual Teaching Performance, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto (Undergraduate Teaching)

• 1994
Bruce Tovee Teaching Award, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto (Undergraduate Teaching)

• 1994
Ross Fleming Surgical Educator Award (for quality of teaching, teaching innovations programme development) Department of Surgery, The Toronto Hospital

• 1993
The Toronto Hospital Award for Excellence in Teaching (Postgraduate Education - Surgery)

• 1992
The Toronto Hospital Award for Excellence in Teaching (Undergraduate Education - Surgery)

• 1991
The Toronto Hospital Award for Excellence in Teaching (Medical Education - Surgery)

• 1991
PAIRO Teaching Award

• 1990
Young Clinical Investigator Award, Research Foundation of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons

• 1989
Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation Scholarship (5 years)

• 1987
Medical Research Council of Canada Fellowship

• 1987
D.R. Wilson Resident Undergraduate Teaching Award

• 1987
A. Sopman Humanitarian Award

• 1986
Irvine Heward Cameron Scholarship

• 1986
Congress of Neurological Surgeons Clinical Fellowship

• 1983
Young Scientist Bursary, International Symposium of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism

• 1981
Medical Research Council of Canada Fellowship (3 years)

• 1978
Physicians Services Incorporated Foundation Summer Studentship

• 1976
Ontario Government Research Grant

• 1972
Red River Scholarship, St. John's Ravenscourt

• 1972
Governor's Honour List, St. John's Ravenscourt

• 1971
Red River Scholarship, St. John's Ravenscourt

• 1971
Governor's Honour List, St. John's Ravenscourt

• 1970
Red River Scholarship, St. John's Ravenscourt

• 1970
Governor's Honour List, St. John's Ravenscourt


COMMITTEE INVOLVEMENT

Deparment of Surgery Committees

• July 1999 - Present
Postgraduate Education Committee in Surgery, Member

• July 1999 - Sept 2010
Residency Program Committee, Program Director

• Sept 1999 - Present
Heads of Divisions Committee, Member


Hospital Committees

• 1988 - 1995
Intensive Care Committee, The Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Director

• 1989 - 1991
Laster Safety Committee, The Toronto Hospital, Ontario, Member

• 1990 - 1995
Delegated Acts Committee, The Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Member

• 1990 - 1992
Trauma Task Committee, The Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Member

• 1990 - 1994
Trauma Team Leader Committee, The Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Trauma Team Leader

• 1991 - 1997
Research on Human Subjects Committee, The Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Member

• 1992 - Present
Clinical Fellowships in Neurosurgery, Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Director

• 1992 - 1996
Surgeon of the Month Committee, The Toronto Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Member

• 1995 - 2004
Neurosciences Fund Raising Committee, The Toronto General and Western Hospital Foundation, Toronto, Ontario, Board Member

• 1995 - 1999
Neurosciences Fund Raising Committee, The Toronto Hospital Foundation, Toronto, Ontario, Member

• 2000 - Present
Krembil Neuroscience Planning and Performance Committee, Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Member

• 2000 - 2004
Toronto Western Hospital Executive Advisory Council, Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Member

• 2000 - 2005
Trainee Affairs Committee, Toronto Western Research Institute, Toronto Western Hospital - UHN, Toronto, Ontario, Chair

• 2004 - 2006
Appointments Committee, Toronto Western Research Institute, Toronto Western Hospital - UHN, Toronto, Ontario, Chair

• 2004 - 2006
Space Committee, Toronto Western Research Institute, Toronto Western Hospital - UHN, Toronto, Ontario, Chair


Medical/Scientific Organizations - Committees/Affiliations

American Association of Neurological Surgeons

• 1993 - 1995
Executive Council, Research Foundation, Member

• 1993 - 1995
Young Neurosurgeons Committee, Member

• 1994 - 1995
Scientific Programme Committee, Member

• 2001
Host Committee, Co-Chairman


Canadian Neurological Sciences Abstract Review Board

• 2002 - 2004
Committee, Member


Canadian Neurosurgical Society

• 2006 - 2008
Secretary Treasurer

• 2008 - 2010
Vice President

• 2010 - 2012
President


Canadian Stroke Society

• 1996 - 2004
Vice-President


Cerebrovascular and Brain Metabolism Reviews

• 1988 - 1990
Literature Review Sub Editor


Congress of Neurological Surgeons

• 1994 - 1998
Carotid Surgery Practical Course, Director

• 1996 - 1997
Executive Committee, Member


Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

• 1989- 2004
External Reviewer Research Grants

• 1991 - 1994
Fellowship Review Committee, Junior Personnel

• 1995 - 2002
Cardiovascular/Cerebrovascular Research Advisory Council, Member

• 1995 - 1998
Scientific Review Committee IV, Stroke, Member

• 1998 - 2002
Research Issues and Options Working Group, Member


Joint Selection of Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery (AANS/CNS)

• 1996 - 1998
Program Committee, Director, Luncheon Seminars

• 1997 - 2002
Bayer Cerebrovascular Fellowship, Committee, Member


Neurosurgery

• 1998 - 1999
Editorial Review Board


Neurosurgical Society of America

• 1999 - 2001
Scientific Program Committee, Member

• 2006 - Present
Long Range Planning Committee, Chair

• 2006 - Present
Scientific Program Committee, Program Chair


North American Stroke Meeting

• 1999 - 2001
Program Committee, Member


Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

• 1999 - Present
Subspecialty Committee (Neurosurgery), Member of the Examination Board in Neurosurgery

• 2006 - Present
Member of the Examination Board in Neurosurgery

• 2010 - 2012
National Specialty Society Observer of the Specialty Committee in Neurosurgery, Member


Stirling-Winthrop Imaging Research Institute

• 1001 - 1995
External Reviewer - Research Grants


University of Toronto

• 1989 - Present
W. Lougheed Microsurgical Course, Director

• 1991 - 1993
Dean's Fund, Committee Member - Research Grants

• 1992 - 1995
Curriculum Renewal, Brain & Behaviour Committee, Member

• 1995 - 1999
Department of Surgery Research Committee, Member

• 1997 - 2000
Admissions Committee, Institute of Medical Science, Member


World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies

• 2005 - 2006
Nominating Committee, Member

• 2006 - 2007
Nominating Committee, Chair


MEDICAL/SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATIONS-MEMBERSHIPS

• American Academy of Neurological Surgery
• American Association of Neurological Surgeons
• Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation
• Canadian Neurosurgical Society
• Congress of Neurological Surgeons
• Joint Section on Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery (AANS/CNS)
• Neurosurgical Society of America
• Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons
• Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
• Society of Neurological Surgeons


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