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Dr. Qureshi's neurosurgical training started in Ireland at Trinity College University of Dublin and their national neurosurgical center at Beaumont Hospital. It continued at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital.
Now learn more about Dr. Qureshi is the up-close video introduction.
Hi I’m Dr. Nazer Qureshi. I met Dr. McLaughlin years ago while working at Tufts University’s Bay State Medical Center in Massachusetts. It’s amazing how small the world it is and perhaps our meeting was a premonition of things to come. I am proud to be a part of the PBS team.
My Neurosurgical training started in Ireland at Trinity College University of Dublin and their national neurosurgical center at Beaumont Hospital. My training continued at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital where I was involved in research and clinical trials for gene therapy for recurrent glioblastoma multiforme.
I obtained my neurosurgical training in the United States at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences under the internationally renowned Professors Al-Mefty and Yasargil who provided me with exceptional training in skull base surgery for brain tumors. Just prior to joining Princeton Brain and Spine, I practiced neurosurgery in Arkansas for seven years and had the opportunity to serve as the Chief of Brain and Spine Tumor Service at Baptist Hospital in North Little Rock.
I look forward to taking care of you as part of the highly trained team of physicians and care-givers at Princeton Brain and Spine.
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