Welcome to the Stanford Department of Neurosurgery
Comprised of 60 neurosurgeons and research faculty, and performing over 4000 neurosurgical operations covering the full spectrum of neurological conditions every year, we are consistently ranked among the best centers in the nation for neurosurgery. We are fortunate to have excellent facilities and the most technologically advanced equipment in the world to help us treat neurological diseases for both adult and pediatric patients. In addition, our hospitals offer the only Level 1 Trauma Center between San Francisco and San Jose, and our Stroke Center was the first in the nation to be certified as a comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. These certifications recognize our hospitals as having state-of-the-art equipment, infrastructure, staffing and training to diagnose and treat patients with the most severe and complex cases. Together, we are driving forward the most innovative technologies in neurosurgery – from cutting-edge neuroscience research and clinical trials to the widespread clinical implementation of our discoveries.
Stanford Neurosurgery News
Local Mother of 5 Raising Moyamoya Awareness
Janet Dominguez was in her mid-50s when she was first diagnosed with moyamoya disease. She is now spending her time and energy advocating for moyamoya awarenss, including hosting a fundraiser in her hometown.
Using Electrical Implant to Aid Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery
A pilot study led by Stanford neurosurgeon, Dr. Jaimie Henderson, showed promising results of using an electrical implant in the thalamus to restore near-normal levels of brain function to a woman who suffered severe brain injury in a car accident 18 years ago.
Physicians Exploring New Approaches to Glioblastoma
Pediatric neurosurgeon, Dr. Gerald Grant, provides comment about the challenges of treating glioblastoma and how crossing the blood-brain barrier with use of omentum surgery may help overcome these challenges.
After 4 Strokes, Rare Disease and Brain Surgery, Woman Helps Others
Lisa Deck survived 3 strokes in her 20's. When a fourth stroke led to a Moyamoya diagnosis, Deck came to Stanford for two brain surgeries. Deck is now a Go Red for Women national spokeswoman.
Apr April 27 Sat 2019
Sports Concussion Summit
Kissick Auditorium, Arrillaga Family Sports Center, Stanford
A Continuing Medical Education Conference presented by Stanford Athletics and the Concussion and Brain Performance Center of the Department of Neurosurgery at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Also open to the general public.
Abstract deadline: March 1, 2019
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