Items Tagged ‘neurosurgeon’
Adam M. Sonabend, MD
Dr. Sonabend specializes in the treatments of the brain and skull base tumors, including brain metastasis from other cancers, intraventricular tumors, gliomas such as oligodendrogliomas, astrocytomas and glioblastomas, CNS lymphoma, meningiomas, and craniopharyngiomas among other tumors....
Henry Moyle, MD, PhD
Dr. Henry Moyle works in our Central New Jersey practice based in West Long Branch, NJ. He obtained his medical school training at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), David Geffen School of Medicine; performed his residency at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and...
Welcome New Columbia Neurosurgeon, Dr. Sameer A. Sheth
We are pleased to announce the addition of neurosurgeon Dr. Sameer A. Sheth to our Department. Dr. Sheth received both his MD and PhD in Neuroscience at UCLA School of Medicine and then completed his neurosurgery residency and fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical...Posted on Mar 6, 2013 by Department Author In Brain Tumors, Doctors, Epilepsy, Epilepsy Featured, Featured, General Neurosurgery, Movement Disorders, Movement Disorders Featured, Neurosurgeons, Stereotactic Radiosurgery, Trauma, Trigeminal Neuralgia
Meet Dr. Christopher E. Mandigo on Video
We are pleased to give you Dr. Christopher E. Mandigo, the latest neurosurgeon in our video series. Dr. Mandigo helps direct our Lenox Hill Hospital practice based in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. His main offices are at Lenox Hill Hospital and in the Columbia Presbyterian Eastside building...Posted on Apr 17, 2012 by Department Author In Brain Tumor News, Cerebrovascular News, Doctors, Neurosurgeons, News, Spine Center News, Video
Meet Dr. Donald Quest on Video
We are pleased to give you the next physician in our video series, Dr. Donald Quest from the Spine Center. Meet Dr. Donald Quest from Columbia Neurosurgery on Vimeo. Learn more about this video series and see our first one here: Meet Dr. Michael Sisti on Video Stay tuned for our next...Posted on Feb 27, 2012 by Department Author In Doctors, News, Spine, Spine Center News, Video
Docs Present at 2010 Congress of Neurological Surgeons Meeting
Yesterday marked the final day of this year's Annual Meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS). This event, entitled A Celebration of Neurosurgery marks the 60th Anniversary for the CNS. The week-long conference was held in San Francisco and featured many of our own neurosurgeons as...Posted on Oct 22, 2010 by Department Author In Brain Tumor News, Cerebrovascular News, Doctors, Endovascular News, Epilepsy News, Gamma Knife News, Movement Disorders News, News, Pain Center News, Pediatric Neurosurgery News, Peripheral Nerve News, Spine Center News
2010: Changing of the Resident Guard
With two of our Chief residents gone (See Chief Residents Leaving The Nest) we are seeing a big shift among the residents with two new ones coming in this Fall. Three of our residents are being bumped up to the position of Chief. With this comes more glory yes, but also a lot more...Posted on Aug 25, 2010 by Department Author In Brain Tumor News, Cerebrovascular News, Education, Endovascular News, Epilepsy News, Gamma Knife News, Movement Disorders News, News, Pain Center News, Pediatric Neurosurgery News, Peripheral Nerve News, Spine Center News
Dorothea Altschul, MD
Dorothea Altschul is a neurointerventionalist with focus on acute neurological disease. She trained in Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology in a two year clinical fellowship at NY Presbyterian Hospital (Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons) in New York. Prior to that she completed a...
Dr. Lavine Directing Courses Throughout the Country
Dr. Sean Lavine, on both our Endovascular Center and Cerebrovascular Center teams, has recently been throughout the country directing courses and serving as a faculty instructor for neurosurgeons, neurologists, and radiologists interested in learning the techniques of neuroendovascular...Posted on Mar 29, 2010 by Department Author In Aneurysms, Arteriovenous Malformations, Brain Tumors, Cerebrovascular, Cerebrovascular News, Endovascular News, News
Results from first IML: Aneurysm Coiling v. Clipping Still a Toss up
Two years ago at their annual meeting the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) introduced Integrated Medical Learning (IML), a great new way to make the most of having so many neurosurgeons in the same place at the same time. According to the CNS website, "Integrated Medical Learning® allows...Posted on Dec 23, 2009 by Department Author In Aneurysms, Blog, Cerebrovascular Blog