Northside Hospital in Atlanta announced the addition of Advanced Neurosurgery Associates to its network of providers. Advanced Neurosurgery Associates specializes in the treatment of a comprehensive range of brain, spine and peripheral nerve disorders and conditions in adults.
The Advanced Neurosurgery Associates team includes doctors Harlan Bruner, Christopher Comey, Matthew Hazzard and Evan Winograd.
Harlan Bruner, MD, is a board-certified, fellowship-trained neurosurgeon.
He received his medical degree at Columbia University Vagelos School of Physicians and Surgeons., then completed an internship in general surgery and a residency in neurosurgery at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. As a fellow, he completed training in the complex spine, neurosurgery at Medical College of Wisconsin.
Christopher Comey, MD, is a fellowship-trained, board-certified neurosurgeon.
He received his medical degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey then went on to complete an internship in general surgery, a residency in neurosurgery at The University of Pittsburgh and completed a fellowship at Emory University in the complex spine. Dr. Comey also holds a patent for the offset sleeve for inter-body lumbar fusions.
Matthew Hazzard, MD, is an experienced, board-certiﬁed neurosurgeon.
Hazzard attended medical school at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana. After this, he went on to complete an internship in surgery/neurological surgery at Duke University. He continued his studies at Duke University with his residency during which time he served as a chief resident during his ﬁnal year and was awarded a Consultant of the Year Award and Resident Scholar award.
Evan Winograd, MD, is a fellowship-trained, board-eligible neurosurgeon.
Dr. Winograd completed his medical degree at Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv, Israel, followed with his residency in neurosurgery at University at Buffalo, in Buffalo, New York. While he was in residency he participated in eight months of training in surgical neuro-oncology research. He concluded with a fellowship in neurosurgical oncology at University of Colorado Anschutz School of Medicine. During his fellowship, he was able to focus on awake-craniotomy and endonasal pituitary tumor resection. Dr. Winograd also has additional training in Gamma Knife radiosurgery, used as an alternative to traditional brain surgery.