Daniel Yoshor, MD, Chair of Neurosurgery and Vice President of Clinical Integration and Innovation at Penn Medicine, provides a look into the clinical expertise and cutting edge research taking place at Penn Neurosurgery.
Related Links:See Dr. Yoshor's physician profile it's a little more lateral. Yeah, let's get some real energy into him now and see what we do right? It is a great honor to be the chair of neurosurgery at Penn Medicine and at the Perlman School of Medicine in our department is built on a philosophy of deep focused expertise and we've created a culture and environment where each neurosurgeon can focus on a very narrow area within the field of neurosurgery. And the advantage of that focuses, it allows our neurosurgeons to use their talents and cultivate deep expertise. It makes them the best at what they do and it enables them to innovate in their field. We don't want to just provide the best care today, we want to develop the best care for the future. Okay, go ahead. Later on, neurosurgery at Penn medicine is special because Penn medicine is special. This is a really unique place because we combine an outstanding medical school in a world class research university with a robust, active and large healthcare system with a mission to help patients now and improve care when we do that in neurosurgery, by engaging in really cutting edge research and making a serious effort to bring that research to patients as quickly and as safely as possible to advance health care not just for our patients but for the entire world. And we are doing remarkable things here in neurosurgery at penn. And the best is yet to come yeah.