Welcome to the Department of Neurological Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center and New York-Presbyterian Hospital, where exceptional patient care, innovative research and cutting edge technology converge in a world-class academic environment for the treatment of neurological diseases.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just approved the Neuropace RNS Stimulator, an implantable device shown to reduce the frequency of seizures in epilepsy patients. The device is comprised of a small neurostimulator that is implanted in the skull under the skin and two electrodes placed on or near the part of the brain where the patient's seizures arise...
- Columbia Neurosurgery Chair, Dr. Robert Solomon Moderates Seminar on Unruptured Aneurysms
- Dr. Guy McKhann Brings Good News to Epilepsy Patients: Implantable Device to Control Seizures Now Available
- Columbia Neurosurgeon, Dr. E. Sander Connolly Lectures on Quality and Value in Healthcare
- Columbia Resident Neurosurgeon, Dr. Benjamin Kennedy Sends us Greetings From Uganda!
- Dr. Neil Feldstein’s Patient Dante Featured in Thanksgiving Story
- Columbia Neurosurgeons Fill in Data Gaps for Glioblastoma Treatment in the Elderly
- Columbia Med Student Wins Best Neuro-trauma Paper at National Neurosurgery Meeting
- Watch Dr. Christopher Winfree on an Episode of ‘The Cure’
- Columbia Med Student, Michael McDowell, Wins Grant for Aneurysm Research
- Columbia Neurosurgeons Take a Closer Look at Brain Connectivity and Stroke Outcome