Drs. Bartolomé Oliver, Wilder Penfield & more: 5 spine, neurosurgeons making headlines

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Here are five spine and neurosurgeons making headlines.

Google’s animated Doodle honored the late neurosurgeon Wilder Penfield, MD, and his Montreal procedure to celebrate his 127th birthday.


The bankruptcy trial of former Billings, Mont., neurosurgeon John Schneider, MD, has been delayed to give his defense team extra time to reach a plea deal.


UC San Diego Health selected Alexander Khalessi, MD, to serve as its neurosurgery chair and chief of neurosurgery at UC San Diego School of Medicine.


Frank Hermantin, MD, is offering patients more opportunities for outpatient surgery at OrthoConnecticut’s New Milford and Sharon locations.


Dr. Bartolomé Oliver of Barcelona, Spain-based Oliver & Ayats Institute performed Europe's first Mazor Robotics PROlat Case.


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