Christian Brogna, MD PhD
Neurosurgeon, King's College London
Mr Christian Brogna is an Academic Neurosurgeon in King’s College London. He grew up in Rome, Italy, where he became a Consultant Neurosurgeon in 2009. In 2007 performed with Prof. Maurizio Salvati the first awake surgery with brain mapping in the Department of Neurosurgery, University of Rome La Sapienza, after returning from his neuro-oncology fellowship and brain mapping training with Prof. Hugue Duffau at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Montpellier, France. He trained with prof. Ugur Ture in Advanced Microneurosurgical techniques in brain tumour surgery.
In 2013 Mr Christian Brogna gained his PhD in Neuroscience. Since then Mr Christian Brogna has advanced the surgery of brain and spinal cord tumours combining excellence in neuroanatomy -under the mentorship of Prof. G. Ribas, Sao Paulo, Brazil-, nuances in brain and spinal cord mapping and advances in microneurosurgical techniques.
He is also currently conducting research in new brain and spinal cord mapping techniques in neuro-oncology to enhance safety in brain and spinal cord tumour resection in the Department of Neurosurgery-Neuro-oncology, King’s College Hospital.
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