Dr. John Sampson

Duke Neurosurgery

From our early beginnings in 1937, Duke Neurosurgery has advanced our commitment to patient care within a culture of research collaboration and innovation. Our legacy is founded in caring, teaching and leading with the humility and respect equal to the enormous responsibility we have been given to care for our patients and their families.

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A  dozen faculty and staff in the Duke Department of Neurosurgery have served our country, representing every branch of the Armed Forces.This video  gives a glimpse into their lives in uniform, before we knew them as neurosurgeons, physician assistants,

This year marks the 85th anniversary of the Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke, an institution at the forefront of advancing brain tumor treatment and science worldwide.<

Duke University Hospital has been selected as a Center of Excellence for the treatment of brain abnormalities called cerebral cavernous malformations (CCM) in both adults and children.