More than 20 surgical specialists and subspecialists, a dedicated nursing team for neurosurgery patients, labs performing deep and innovative research, and Columbia University Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian’s world-class hospital facilities (including a neuro ICU and unique amenities at our Children’s Hospital) combine to deliver outstanding care.view more
The Neurological Institute of New York was founded in 1909 as the first hospital in North America devoted exclusively to the care of patients afflicted with neurological diseases. The Institute amalgamated with Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Presbyterian Hospital in New York City in 1928. The Department of Neurological Surgery developed under the successive leadership of Drs. Charles Elsberg, Byron Stookey, J. Lawrence Pool, Edward Schlesinger, Bennett Stein, and our current head, Robert Solomon, each of whom brought unique qualities to the role of department chairman.view more
Our world-renowned neurosurgeons are sought-after speakers for medical conferences, grand rounds, and educational lectures in the greater New York City area and beyond. They welcome the opportunity to share their expertise in neurological surgery practice and research.view more
Stay up to date with the latest news from Columbia Neurosurgery. From simple health tips to the latest news in our clinical research endeavors, we strive to offer patients, doctors, and researchers a glimpse into our award-winning department through a wealth of articles and information published every week.view more
Every day, our neurosurgeons and scientists work together to address the most difficult medical challenges: how to treat and eventually cure and prevent the many devastating disorders of the neurological system. We are driven by the needs of our patients, the determination of our doctors, and the promise of discovery. Together, we can save lives.view more
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