Dr. Mary Zupanc has achieved many superlatives over her long career in medicine; accolades and awards have followed. But the co-director of the CHOC Neuroscience Institute and UCI professor of pediatrics and neurology considers the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award her highest honor of all.
The Neuro-Oncology Treatment Program at the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC is doing more than providing the most advanced care for pediatric brain tumors — it’s also helping to shape the future of personalized medicine and surgical innovations.
New innovations at CHOC aim to revolutionize shunts for hydrocephalus to give patients more control in the management of this condition.
Dr. Suresh Magge, medical director of neurosurgery at CHOC, and co-medical director of the CHOC Neuroscience Institute, discusses four surgeries he is excited about as a pediatric neurosurgeon.
Minimally invasive endoscopic strip craniectomy offers a strong alternative for infants with craniosynostosis, according to a growing body of research in pediatric neurosurgery.
CHOC’s virtual pediatric lecture series continues with "Minimally invasive surgery for craniosynostosis." This online discussion will be held Thursday, Jan. 14 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. and is designed for general practitioners, family practitioners and other healthcare providers. Dr. Suresh Magge, medical director of neurosurgery and co-medical director of the CHOC Neuroscience Institute, will discuss several topics.
Dr. Mary L. Zupanc discusses why she’s passionate about preventing patients transitioning to adult care from falling through the cracks.
CHOC is excited to welcome pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Suresh Magge as co-medical director of the CHOC Neuroscience Institute, and neurosurgery medical director.