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Gordon Sakamoto, M.D.

     

Gordon Sakamoto studied Genetics at the University of California, Berkeley before graduating from Stanford Medical School. His main interest within neurosurgery is tumors of the CNS and radiosurgery. His research focuses mainly on the use of radiosurgery to treat various diseases and he recently won the CNS Elekta Stereotactic Radiosurgery Fellowship to pursue his academic interests. Outside of neurosurgery, he enjoys photography and spending time with his family.

Education:
2006-2008 Enfolded Fellowship in Cyberknife Radiosurgery
2004-present Resident in Neurological Surgery, Stanford University
2003-2004 General Surgery Internship, Stanford University
1999-2003 MD, Stanford University
1998-1999 Medical College of Wisconsin
1988-1992 BA Genetics, UC Berkeley

Research Interests: CNS Tumor biology, Stereotactic Radiosurgery.

Program Completion: 2010

Honors/Awards:

2006 CNS Elekta Stereotactic Radiosurgery Fellowship

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