Functional Neurosurgery (AAN)
Darko Chudy. Medical School University of Zagreb. Volker Coenen. Freiburg University. Youssef Comair. Rees Cosgrove.
Brigham and Women's. Terry Coyne. Arthur Cukiert. Clinica Cukiert. Dan Curry.
Texas Childrens Hospital. Shabbar Danish. Timothy Deer. Center for Pain Relief, Inc. Milind Deogaonkar. Antonio Desalles. Paresh Doshi. Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre. Christopher Duma. Brain and Spine Surgeons of Orange Country. David Eidelberg. Feinstein Institute for Medical Research.
Amr ElNaggar. Dario Englot. Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Nico Enslin. Emad Eskandar. Jairo Espinosa. Katharina Faust. Albert Fenoy. James Fitzgerald. Erich Fonoff. Kelly Foote. University of Florida. Kostas Fountas. Alexandre Francisco. Lone Frank. Itzhak Fried. Bill Friedman. Anuj Goenka. Joshua Gordon. National Institute of Mental Health.
Alessandra Gorgulho. Alex Green. Ben Greenberg. Warren Grill. Duke University. Will Grisholm. Robert Gross. Emory University. Aysegul Gunduz. Aditya Gupta.
XXI Congress of the European Society of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery
Ryder Gwinn. Swedish Neuroscience Institute. Casey Halpern. Stanford University. Clement Hamani. Simon Hanft. Marwan Hariz.
Dept of Neuroscience. Susie Harkema. Eyas Hattab. University of Louisville. Jaimie Henderson. Mojgan Hodaie. University of Toronto. Chris Honey. University of British Columbia. Shiro Horisawa. Tokyo Women's Medical University. Ryoong Huh. The Catholic Univ. Bill Hutchinson.
Functional Neurosurgery at UVA
Emil Isagulyan. Zvi Israel. Daniel Jeanmonod. Michael Kahana. Suneil Kaila. Toronto Western Hospital. Michael Kaplitt.
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Effie Kapsalaki. Willard Kasoff.
University of Arizona. Sony Khemlani-Patel. Bio Behavioral Institute. Mooseong Kim.
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Nicolas King. National Neuroscience Institute Singapore. Robert Kirsch. Case Western Reserve University. Petra Klinge. Lifespan Physician Group. Andrew Ko. University of Washington. Cristof Koch. Allen Institute for Brain Science. Doug Kondziolka. NYU Langone Health. Peter Konrad. Joachim Krauss. Department of Neurosurgery, Medical School Hannover. Vibhor Krishna. The Ohio State University. Nandan Lad. Paul Larson. Adrian Laxton. Jung Il Lee. Kendall Lee.
Ron Levy. Queen's University. Nir Lipsman. Andres Lozano. Tim Lucas. Assistant Professor. Jorge Martinez. Roberto Martinez. Ruber International Hospital. Caio Matias. Thomas Jefferson University. Keith Matthews. Robert McGovern. University of Minnesota. Jim McInerney. Cameron McIntyre. Previous Figure Next Figure. Email or Customer ID. Forgot password? Old Password. New Password. Password Changed Successfully Your password has been changed. Returning user. Request Username Can't sign in? Neuromodulation is precisely targeted toward specific regions of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system and can be adjusted depending on the required therapy.
Stereotactic techniques, modern imaging and precise electrophysiology are necessary for the application of deep brain stimulation for movement disorders and newer applications in epilepsy and neuropsychiatry. For the treatment of spasticity and cancer pain, complex chemical infusions can be efficiently delivered without side effects. Lastly, stereotactic radiosurgery and the gamma knife are available for highly focused and precise doses of radiation to the brain.
Jeffrey Elias, M. Functional Neurosurgery Functional Neurosurgery at UVA Information from our experienced and expert neurosurgeons Functional neurosurgery involves the restoration of neurological condition and function. Comprehensive Assessment and Diagnosis Clinical — Our multidisciplinary team consists of specialists from neurosurgery, neurology, psychology and physiology.
Neurological Disorders Many of the chronic neurological disorders which were once thought untreatable are now successfully being treated in our department.