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Dr. David Baskin S.

Professor of Neurological Surgery

Baylor College of Medicine

HQ Phone: (713) 798-4951

Baylor College of Medicine

One Baylor Plaza, Room 176B

Houston, Texas 77030

United States

Company Description

Baylor College of Medicine (www.bcm.edu) in Houston is recognized as a premier academic health science center and is known for excellence in education, research and patient care. It is the only private medical school in the greater southwest and is ranked ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor and Program Director
Houston Methodist

Affiliations

Scientific Advisor
OnKure Inc

Scientific Advisory Boards
National Institutes of Health

Senior Member
The Methodist Hospital Research Institute

Board Member
Cure Autism Now Foundation

Education



Mt. Sinai School of Medicine



Swarthmore College


departments of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology
Baylor College of Medicine

M.D.

M.D.

Baylor College of Medicine

M.D.

Harvard Medical School

M.D.

Methodist Neurological Institute

M.D.

Ohio State University

M.D.

The Methodist Hospital Research Institute

M.D.

Weill-Cornell College of Medicine , New York City

MD

National Institutes of Mental Health

Ph.D.

Rice University's Smalley Institute for Nanoscale Science

Web References (188 Total References)


The Society of Neurological Surgeons

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David S. Baskin, MD, FAANS, FACS

DAVID S. BASKIN is a Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at the Methodist Hospital Neurological Institute. He joined the Neurological Institute, after serving as Professor of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas for 21 years.
Dr. Baskin graduated from Swarthmore College with high honors in the Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering. He attended the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York and then received his surgical and neurosurgical training at the University of California in San Francisco. During his training, he was a research associate at the University of Capetown in South Africa and won the American Academy of Neurosurgery Award.
After residency, Dr. Baskin came to Baylor College of Medicine to work with Robert Grossman, where until recently, he served as professor of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology. He recently joined the Methodist Hospital Neurological Institute along with Dr. Grossman. Dr. Baskin has performed research studying protection of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves from injury, and is the recipient of numerous awards for his research. These include the Smith, Kline, and French fellowship of the American College of Surgeons, the Wakeman Award for scientific research, and the distinguished alumni award from the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. He is listed in Who's Who in America, and is consistently on the list of Best Doctors in America.
He has an active practice, operating on over 350 patients a year. He specializes in microsurgery of the brain and spine and has been a pioneer in pituitary surgery having performed approximately 3500 transsphenoidal operations. He also performs surgery for brain and spinal tumors and complex cervical spine reconstructions. He has has investigated various ways to improve cervical spine fusions.
Dr. Baskin is the program director of the Neurosurgery Residency training program at the Methodist Hospital Neurological Institute. He is the author of over 110 publications, including several books. He is a member of numerous local, state, and national societies, and has participated in a number of multicenter national and international trials of drugs to improve outcome in stroke, spinal cord injury, and Alzheimer's disease. He has received grants totaling over 3 million dollars from The National Institutes of Health, the Veterans Administration, the Texas Advanced Technology Program, and a number of private foundations.
His clinical research has focused on minimally invasive spine and brain surgery, including neural navigation using virtual reality systems. He is presently developing technology for 3D endoscopy, as well as studying the effects of novel ways to deliver radiation to the brain to treat tumors, vascular abnormalities, and pain.
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Dr. Baskin currently serves as the Director of the Kenneth R. Peak Brain and Pituitary Treatment Center at Houston Methodist Hospital.


Rachel Carson warned us about the inevitable results of the increase in the use of chemicals in our everyday lives. Few, if any, bothered to listen.

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Dr. David Baskin, Professor of Neurosurgery at Baylor College of Medicine, told the Committee that brain tissue absorbs mercury five times more than other body tissues.


David Baskin, ...

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David Baskin, M.D.

Scientific Advisor Biography
Dr. Baskin graduated from Swarthmore College with high honors in the Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering. He attended the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York, where he graduated first in his class, and received the James Felt Prize for the highest overall performance during the four years of medical school training.
He then received his surgical and neurosurgical training at the University of California in San Francisco. Dr. Baskin began his research career while still a resident at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). In 1982, he spent a year as a Research Associate at the University of Capetown Medical School and Groote Schuur Hospital in Capetown, South Africa. The following year, Dr. Baskin returned to UCSF and served as a Research Associate in the Hormone Research Laboratory. Based on novel research demonstrating ways to restore brain function, he won the American Academy of Neurosurgery Award for the best research performed by a neurosurgery resident.
After completing his residency, Dr. Baskin was appointed as Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and Assistant Professor of the Center for Biotechnology at Baylor College of Medicine, with a joint appointment as Chief of Neurological Surgery at the VA Hospital. In 1994 he was promoted to Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in the departments of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology, positions he held until 2005 when his academic career transitioned to Houston Methodist.
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David Baskin, M.D. Scientific Advisor Biography
Dr. Baskin graduated from Swarthmore College with high honors in the Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering. He attended the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York, where he graduated first in his class, and received the James Felt Prize for the highest overall performance during the four years of medical school training.
He then received his surgical and neurosurgical training at the University of California in San Francisco. Dr. Baskin began his research career while still a resident at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). In 1982, he spent a year as a Research Associate at the University of Capetown Medical School and Groote Schuur Hospital in Capetown, South Africa. The following year, Dr. Baskin returned to UCSF and served as a Research Associate in the Hormone Research Laboratory. Based on novel research demonstrating ways to restore brain function, he won the American Academy of Neurosurgery Award for the best research performed by a neurosurgery resident.
After completing his residency, Dr. Baskin was appointed as Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and Assistant Professor of the Center for Biotechnology at Baylor College of Medicine, with a joint appointment as Chief of Neurological Surgery at the VA Hospital. In 1994 he was promoted to Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in the departments of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology, positions he held until 2005 when his academic career transitioned to Houston Methodist.


David Baskin, ...

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David Baskin, M.D.

Scientific Advisor Biography
Dr. Baskin graduated from Swarthmore College with high honors in the Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering. He attended the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York, where he graduated first in his class, and received the James Felt Prize for the highest overall performance during the four years of medical school training.
He then received his surgical and neurosurgical training at the University of California in San Francisco. Dr. Baskin began his research career while still a resident at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). In 1982, he spent a year as a Research Associate at the University of Capetown Medical School and Groote Schuur Hospital in Capetown, South Africa. The following year, Dr. Baskin returned to UCSF and served as a Research Associate in the Hormone Research Laboratory. Based on novel research demonstrating ways to restore brain function, he won the American Academy of Neurosurgery Award for the best research performed by a neurosurgery resident.
After completing his residency, Dr. Baskin was appointed as Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and Assistant Professor of the Center for Biotechnology at Baylor College of Medicine, with a joint appointment as Chief of Neurological Surgery at the VA Hospital. In 1994 he was promoted to Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in the departments of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology, positions he held until 2005 when his academic career transitioned to Houston Methodist.
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David Baskin, M.D. Scientific Advisor Biography
Dr. Baskin graduated from Swarthmore College with high honors in the Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering. He attended the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York, where he graduated first in his class, and received the James Felt Prize for the highest overall performance during the four years of medical school training.
He then received his surgical and neurosurgical training at the University of California in San Francisco. Dr. Baskin began his research career while still a resident at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). In 1982, he spent a year as a Research Associate at the University of Capetown Medical School and Groote Schuur Hospital in Capetown, South Africa. The following year, Dr. Baskin returned to UCSF and served as a Research Associate in the Hormone Research Laboratory. Based on novel research demonstrating ways to restore brain function, he won the American Academy of Neurosurgery Award for the best research performed by a neurosurgery resident.
After completing his residency, Dr. Baskin was appointed as Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and Assistant Professor of the Center for Biotechnology at Baylor College of Medicine, with a joint appointment as Chief of Neurological Surgery at the VA Hospital. In 1994 he was promoted to Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in the departments of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology, positions he held until 2005 when his academic career transitioned to Houston Methodist.


| K.N.O.W. Vaccines | Protect Your Children- The AAP and WHO Want to Keep Poisonous Mercury in Vaccines |

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During a 2002 session, David Baskin, MD, Professor of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, stated that ethyl mercury penetrates cells better than methyl mercury, so their concentration in the cells is probably more pronounced than methyl mercury.

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