Organization profile

Organization profile

The mission of the OHSU Department of Neurological Surgery is to promote: High quality health care delivery in the clinical neurosciences emphasizing innovation and the dissemination of new knowledge; Curricula and an environment that stimulates, spirit of inquiry, initiative and cooperation between and among students and staff; Research into the prevention and cure of neurological disease and disability; Community outreach programs in health education, research and patient care that facilitate our mission as part of an educational institution and as a statewide consultative resource for the clinical neurosciences. This is the foundation upon which the department continues to grow and prepare for the next millennium of neurosurgical care, training and research.

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    Lissa Baird

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    Kim Burchiel

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    Justin Cetas

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    Research Output

    A novel scoring system as a preoperative predictor for pain-free survival after microsurgery for trigeminal neuralgia

    Hardaway, F. A., Gustafsson, H. C., Holste, K., Burchiel, K. J. & Raslan, A. M., Jan 1 2020, In : Journal of neurosurgery. 132, 1, p. 217-224 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 4 Scopus citations

    Arteriovenous Malformation Presenting as Symptomatic, Enlarging and Contrast-Enhancing Mass 12 Years After Being Treated with Embolization and Radiotherapy

    O'Neill, B. E., Uluc, K., Wood, M. D., Jaboin, J., Cetas, J. S., Ciporen, J. & Dogan, A., Feb 2020, In : World Neurosurgery. 134, p. 45-49 5 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Cannabinoids in the descending pain modulatory circuit: Role in inflammation

    Bouchet, C. A. & Ingram, S. L., May 2020, In : Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 209, 107495.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

  • 1 Scopus citations