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Associate Professor and Director of Endovascular Neurosurgery
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Sean D. Lavine, MD (2007-2010)Columbia University Neurological Institute710 W. 168th Street, Room 415New York, NY 10032Phone: (212) 305-0135Fax: (212) 305-3629Sean D. Lavine, MDEXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERNew York-Presbyterian Medical Center710 W. 168th St., Room 415New York, NY 10032Phone: (212) 305-0135Fax: (212) 305-3629
Sean D. Lavine, MD, FAANS | Columbia Neurosurgery
Sean D. Lavine, MD, FAANS
Sean D. Lavine, MD, FAANS Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery and Radiology Clinical Co-Director, Neuroendovascular Services, NYPH Dr. Lavine dedicates his practice exclusively to diseases associated with the cerebrovascular system and to those diseases treated with Endovascular Neurosurgical and Interventional Neuroradiological Procedures. He was among the first surgeons in the country to complete training in these procedures after completing neurosurgical training. He serves as a Clinical Co-Director of Neuroendovascular Services at the Columbia University Medical Center, New York Presbyterian Hospital, and the Director of Neurointerventional Services at the Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Together with Drs. Robert Solomon, E. Sander Connolly, Philip Meyers, & Grace Mandigo, Dr. Lavine & the Department offer comprehensive care of cerebrovascular and related diseases. Additionally, Dr. Lavine collaborates with all other members of the Department of Neurosurgery and many other specialties that recommend the use of minimally invasive endovascular and percutaneous procedures to the benefit of patients with a wide variety of conditions. Meet Casilda, Dr. Lavine's patient Learn more here: The Making Of A Neurosurgeon: Dr. Sean Lavine Musician Rob Morsberger Pays Tribute to Dr. McKhann and Dr. Lavine Dr. Robert Solomon and Dr. Sean Lavine worked together to treat Kevin and get him back to making music.
Dr. Lavine @ Paris ConferenceTN
Dr. Sean Lavine recently returned from the Live Interventional Neuroradiology & Neurosurgery Course (LINNC) held in Paris, France - Carrousel du Louvre. He was invited as an expert commentator on the live cases presented... Dr. Sean Lavine Dr. Sean Lavine Dr. Sean Lavine is Principal Investigator at Columbia University for the Hydrogel Endovascular Aneurysm Treatment (HEAT) Trial. Approximately 600 patients will take part in this trial at 24 sites across the United States and Canada. With this trial, Dr. Lavine and his colleagues are... Dr. Sean Lavine HydroCoil Embolic System Sean D. Lavine, MD, FAANS
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Sean Lavine, M.D., Director of Neurointerventional Services
Dr. Lavine serves as Clinical Co-Director of Neuroendovascular Services at the Columbia University Medical Center, New York Presbyterian Hospital, where he is also Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and Radiology, and Clinical Co-Director, Neuroendovascular Services. He graduated from Cornell University Medical College and performed his residency training at the University of Southern California where he also conducted fellowship training in neuroendovascular surgery and neurointerventional radiology. He is board certified in neurological surgery.
Dr. Sean Lavine from the Endovascular Center is Principal Investigator here at Columbia University for the Hydrogel Endovascular Aneurysm Treatment(HEAT) Trial. Approximately 600 patients will take part in this trial at 24 sites across the United States and Canada. With this trial, Dr. Lavine and his colleagues are looking at a new FDA approved device called the HydroCoil Embolic System, used in the treatment of brain aneurysms. They are comparing this new system with the current standard, bare platinum coils. Both systems are delivered directly into the brain aneurysm itself, using tiny instruments that are inserted into a major blood vessel in the leg. In Aneurysms, Cerebrovascular, Cerebrovascular News, Doctors, Endovascular News, Neurosurgeons, News Tags: , aneurysm, clinical trial, coiling, Dr. Sean Lavine, HydroCoil Embolic System, Lavine, unruptured intracranial aneurysms Comments are closed.