Brain Mets Clinic

The Brain Metastases Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine Neurological Surgery offers a multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment of metastatic brain tumors and leptomeningeal disease. More about the Brain Metastases Clinic
Brain Mets MRI Scans

What you need to know about their causes and treatments, and about the doctors who specialize in them About Metastatic Brain Tumors >

Second Opinion Program

Second Opinion Program
Before you begin treatment, you may want to get a second opinion. We can look at your records without an office visit.
Request a Second Opinion > 

Brain Mets Resources

 Education is the best strategy after diagnosis. We've assembled a list of resources you should know about. Brain Mets Resources >

Spinal tumor

Spinal Tumors
What you need to know about metastatic tumors that are found in the spine Spinal tumors >

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Speak to our Brain Mets Program Coordinator for access to all of our specialists

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Our Care Team

  • Chief of Neurological Surgery, NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist
  • Professor, Neurological Surgery
  • Director, Brain Metastases Program
  • Co-director, William Rhodes and Louise Tilzer-Rhodes Center for Glioblastoma
Phone: 212-746-1996 (Manhattan) / 718-780-3070 (Brooklyn)
  • Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery
  • Leon Levy Research Fellow
  • Feil Family Brain and Mind Research Institute
Phone: 646-962-3389
  • Director, Neurosurgical Radiosurgery
  • Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery
Phone: 212-746-2438
  • Chief of Neurological Surgery, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens
  • Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery
  • Co-director, Weill Cornell Medicine CSF Leak Program
Phone: (718) 670-1837
  • Clinical Neuropsychologist
  • Associate Professor of Neuropsychology in Neurological Surgery
Phone: 212-746-3356
  • Vice Chair for Clinical Research
  • David and Ursel Barnes Professor of Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery
  • Professor of Neurosurgery, Neurology, and Otolaryngology
  • Director, Center for Epilepsy and Pituitary Surgery
  • Co-Director, Surgical Neuro-oncology
Phone: 212-746-5620
  • Pain Management Specialist
Phone: 646-962-9797
  • Cancer Rehabilitation Physician
Phone: 646-697-6387
  • Psychiatrist
Phone: 646-697-6387
  • Director of Neuro-oncology
  • Director, Brain Tumor Center, Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center
Phone: 646-962-2185
  • Radiation Oncologist-in-Chief
Phone: 646-697-6387
  • Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology
Phone: 212-746-3600
  • Assistant Attending Neurologist, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
  • Assistant Professor of Neuro-Oncologist
Phone: 646-962-2185
  • Pain Management Specialist
Phone: (646) 962-7246
  • Co-director, Integrative Health
Phone: 646-697-6387
  • Palliative Care Physician
Phone: 646-697-6387
  • Rehabilitation Medicine Specialist (Brooklyn)
Phone: (718) 246-8614
For those of us who have dedicated our careers to brain tumor research and treatment, this week’s news about the new drug vorasidenib is gratifying indeed. The results (Vorasidenib in IDH1- or IDH2-Mutant Low-Grade Glioma), published in the New...

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