Patient Care


Patient Care

The physicians of the clinical faculty of the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Florida provide outstanding care for patients with neurological illness via a team approach.

Dr. Roper and patient

Pediatric Neurosurgery

From the most complex brain and spinal disorders requiring the most challenging interventions to more common conditions and procedures, our expert team of pediatric neurosurgeons and neurosurgery nurse practitioners offers the complete spectrum of multidisciplinary care.

Dr. Governale with patient

Recent News & Videos

Fighting pediatric cancer focus of V…

Dr. Duane Mitchell, Dr. Catherine Flores and members of the UF Preston A. Wells Jr. Center for Brain Tumor Therapy team are advancing novel…

Dr. Duane Mitchell, Dr. Catherine Flores

UF to test novel CAR-modified T-cell technique in…

University of Florida researchers have received approval from the Food and Drug Administration to test an investigational new therapy in a…

Drs. Ashley Ghiaseddin, Jianping Huang and Linchun Jin

Dr. Brian Hoh ranked No. 5 out of 100 top social…

A study in Interdisciplinary Neurosurgery ranks University of Florida neurosurgery chair Dr. Brian Hoh No. 5 out of 100 top social media influencers…

Dr. Brian Hoh



Resident Education

We are an ACGME-accredited neurosurgery residency program with 3 residents per year.

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Research and Clinical Trials

Faculty of the Department of Neurosurgery collaborate with basic scientists to seek new cures for neurologic illness through research.

Dr. Mitchell & Team

Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Family Support Fund

This is a grassroots effort by our team to help these families in need as they battle a child’s life-threatening illness. All donations will go directly to support the patients receiving brain tumor treatment and their families.

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UF Health Adult Neuro-Oncology Patient & Family Support Fund

Gifts will support patients and caregivers receiving treatment supervised by the UF Neuro-Oncology Program. Examples of fund use include, but are not limited to, purchase of gas cards, grocery/gift cards, local lodging, durable medical equipment and/or medication.

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