Dr. Oguz Cataltepe is professor of neurosurgery and pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and director of pediatric neurosurgery and epilepsy surgery programs at UMass Memorial Medical Center. He had clinical fellowship training in pediatric neurosurgery at Beth Israel Medical Center, NY and epilepsy surgery fellowship training at Massachusetts General Hospital and Cleveland Clinic. He has been practicing as a pediatric neurosurgeon and epilepsy surgeon since 1998. He has extensive experience in all aspects of epilepsy surgery including stereotactic electroencephalography and other invasive monitoring techniques, awake craniotomy for language and neurophysiological mapping, disconnective and resective surgical interventions as well as neuromodulation techniques. He is a member of many national and international professional societies and serves on editorial boards of several neurological and neurosurgical journals. He is the editor of a well-known textbook on Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery. He is active in educational efforts of international professional societies such as International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (ISPN) and he is the section editor for the Functional Neurosurgery section of "The ISPN Guide: International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery Electronic Textbook" which is designed to provide up-to-date guidance and to set standards for practicing pediatric neurosurgeons around the world.
- University of Massachusetts Medical School
- Worcester, MA