Meet the Neurological Surgery Faculty
We hope you will take the time to view the following interviews with neurological surgery faculty members. They discuss their experiences as neurosurgeons, their interests, and their clinical and research goals.
An Interview with Daniel Silbergeld, MD
Daniel Silbergeld, MD is the Arthur A. Ward Jr. professor of neurological surgery at theUW Medical Center. He is also an adjunct professor of pathology. He specializes in tumors of the central nervous system, pituitary tumors, epilepsy surgery and radiosurgery with the Gamma Knife. He is board-certified in neurological surgery.
His research program focuses on gliomas, a type of brain tumor, and on methods to break the blood/brain barrier to deliver chemotherapy to malignant brain tumors.
An Interview with Trent Tredway, MD
Trent Tredway, MD is a neurosurgeon specializing in spinal neurosurgery. He has special expertise in minimally invasive techniques and has published several articles on these recently developed techniques. He has faculty appointments in the Department of Neurological Surgery and the Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine.
Among his clinical interests are complex spinal surgery, spinal cord tumors, and spinal cord injuries. His patient care philosophy is based on working with patients to develop a treatment plan after the specific medical problem is identified.
An Interview with Samuel Browd, MD, PhD
Samuel Browd, MD, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and acts as an attending neurosurgeon at Seattle Children’s Hospital, Harborview Medical Center and the University of Washington Medical Center.
Dr. Browd specializes in pediatric neurosurgery, specifically with children who have hydrocephalus, brain & spinal cord tumors, pediatric cervical spine, spina bifida, chiari malformations, and spacticity. More information about Dr. Browd's clinical specialties is available on the Seattle Children's Hospital website.
Dr. Silbergeld is the Arthur A. Ward Jr. professor of neurological surgery at the UW Medical Center. He is also an adjunct professor of pathology.
Applications for the Neurological Surgery Residency are due November 30, 2013.
Deadlines to apply to our fellowship programs are:
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