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The Penn Neurosurgery Residency Program is fully accredited by ACGME and committed to training future leaders in the field to be outstanding clinicians, active investigators and experienced educators.
Why Penn? It’s a question I’ve been asked by quite a few people since I decided to leave a wonderful job at another first-rate institution and move 1,500 miles to Philadelphia. My answer is simple: Penn Medicine is special. Penn Medicine is the seamless combination of an outstanding medical school in a world-class research university with an extraordinary health system that includes three academic medical centers in Philadelphia (Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP), Pennsylvania Hospital, and Penn Presbyterian Medical Center), three regional medical centers in surrounding communities, as well as numerous clinics, outpatient centers, and affiliated hospitals.
Chair, Department of Neurosurgery
Vice President, Clinical Integration and Innovation
Penn Neurosurgery provides outstanding patient care, exceptional medical training and conducts the latest research for all conditions of the nervous system.
Meet the faculty of the Department of Neurosurgery.
Penn Neurosurgery offers clinical programs of excellence for every subspecialty of disorders of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system.
Penn Neurosurgery offers educational programs for those pursuing residency and fellowship opportunities and post-doctoral research positions.
Penn Neurosurgery research offers innovative opportunities in a variety of areas including, neuro-oncology, stroke, peripheral nerve, spinal cord injury and cranial base surgery.
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