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We are a team of neurosurgeons and APPs from Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital, working during COVID-19 crisis, AMA! : braincancer

Hi! We are a team of neurosurgeons at Yale in the midst of dealing with the COVID-19 crisis! We’re here to answer any questions you have about COVID-19 and how it might affect adults and children with prior history of brain or spine conditions, including aneurysm, stroke, tumor, spina bifida, etc. We can also answer any questions about how we are handling the crisis, when you should see a doctor, and what it means if your appointment has been pushed back. Looking forward to talking with you guys!

We are:

  • Patrick Doherty, MD Chief of Neurosurgery at Lawrence and Memorial Hospital – New London

  • Jason Gerrard, MD Section Chief, Functional Neurosurgery and Trauma Neurosurgery

  • Luis Kolb, MD Spine Neurosurgeon

  • Charles Matouk, MD Section Chief, Neurovascular Surgery

  • Jennifer Moliterno, MD Clinical Program Leader, Brain Tumor Center

  • Dennis Spencer, MD Director of Epilepsy Research and Former Chair…

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