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The Future of Neurosurgery

February 1, 2019

Texas Children’s is proud to announce Dr. Howard L. Weiner as chief of neurosurgery. Weiner’s clinical interests include medically refractory epilepsy and tuberous sclerosis complex. He also treats children with brain and spinal tumors, congenital malformations, craniosynostosis, hydrocephalus, spina bifida and spasticity.

“Neurosurgery at Texas Children’s has really taken off over the past decade, and we are now poised to achieve something truly special,” said Weiner. “I am so impressed by the overall vision, direction and momentum here – this was an opportunity I could not pass up.”

Texas Children’s neurosurgery program is among the largest and most experienced pediatric neurosurgery units in the U.S., performing more than 950 surgeries annually for a broad range of pediatric neurosurgical disorders. For more information visit www.texaschildrens.org/neurosurgery.

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