Neurosurgery: Robert N. Holtzman, MD
Robert N. Holtzman, MD, is board certified in neurosurgery. In addition to cranial, spinal and peripheral nerve surgery, his interests include microdiscectomies, spinal decompression with stabilization and fusions and many intracranial procedures for trauma, tumor, hemorrhages and blood vessel disorders. Dr. Holtzman has contributed textbook chapters concerning aneurysms of the brain caused by infection (mycotic aneurysms) and syringomyelia. He has also contributed original articles to a number of different neurosurgical journals on a variety of topics. Dr. Holtzman serves as secretary treasurer and director of the Harry Winston Research Foundation and chairman of the New York City Chapter of the Jackson Laboratory’s National Council.
Undergraduate: Harvard College
Medical School: Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons
Internship: Harlem Hospital Center
Residency: Neurology, New York Neurological Institute; Surgery, Harbor General Hospital; Neurosurgery, New York Neurological Institute