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Prof. David Frim
It is with deep sadness that we were informed of the passing of Prof. David Frim, past Editor in Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery (2013-2019), who died on August 22nd, 2023.
Prof Frim significantly contributed to the field of neurosurgery over the course of more than 30 years. He published 154 peer reviewed papers, many of which were landmark manuscripts on cerebrospinal fluid flow and intracranial pressure dynamics. He was also the Professor and Chair of Neurosurgery at the University of Chicago, where he trained a large number of neurosurgical residents.
Prof. Frim was known for his warm and caring personality among colleagues and patients alike. He was always willing to go the extra mile for his patients and their families. He was a strong advocate for children’s health and worked tirelessly to improve the care of children with neurosurgical conditions. He will always be remembered for his commitment and enthusiasm. Our thoughts and condolences go to his family and colleagues.
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The 2023 Volume of Pediatric Neurosurgery is Fully Open Access
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