While many of us spent the summer months traveling and exploring international destinations, I've been thinking about the many places across our globe that are still in desperate need of skilled neurosurgeons. We've created the Stanford Neurosurgery Global Health Initiative, in an effort to allow our faculty, residents, nurses, and medical students, to travel and work year-round in places where people like us don't yet exist.
Stanford neurosurgeons, Drs. Michel Kliot and Anand Veeravagu, and med student, Kunal Varshneya, share how the Stanford Department of Neurosurgery is making significant efforts to improve physician health and well-being.
Stanford Researchers Launch Concussion Study with High School Athletes
Stanford neurosurgeons, Dr. Jamshid GhajarandDr. Gerald Grant , are teaming up with several regional high schools for a study that will use virtual reality headsets to track eye movements to better spot concussions.
We've launched a new series featuring our faculty's recent publications, which further explores our department's ongoing research and why the work we do in the lab and in analyzing outcomes data matters.
We're excited to welcome neurosurgeon, Dr. Juan Fernandez-Miranda to Stanford! Internationally renowned for his expertise in minimally-invasive brain surgery, endoscopic skull base and pituitary surgery, open skull base surgery, and complex brain tumor surgery, Dr. Fernandez-Miranda is a pioneer in the use of endoscopic endonasal approaches to treat highly complex pituitary and skull base tumors.