Dr. Gary Steinberg is the Chair of Neurosurgery, Director of the Stanford Moyamoya Center, and the founder and Co-Director of the Stanford Stroke Center. As a cerebrovascular and skull base neurosurgeon, he specializes in treating brain aneurysms, moyamoya disease, brain and spinal AVMs and other vascular malformations, carotid artery disease, meningiomas, skull base tumors, stroke, and hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia.
Dr. Steinberg has practiced neurosurgery at Stanford for more than 28 years. He has pioneered microsurgical techniques to repair intracranial vascular malformations and certain aneurysms that were previously considered untreatable. He has also refined revascularization techniques for patients with cerebrovascular arterial occlusions, as well as moyamoya disease. He is leading novel clinical trials of stem cell therapy for stroke and spinal cord injury.
- Cerebrovascular and Spinal Vascular Surgery
- Intracranial Aneurysms
- Intracranial/Intraspinal AVMs, AV fistulas, Cavernous Malformations
- Moyamoya Disease and Occlusive Cerebrovascular Disease
- Carotid Endarterectomy
- Neurological Surgery
Chair, Stanford University School of Medicine - Neurosurgery (1995 - Present)
Residency:Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (1986) CA
Residency:Stanford University School of Medicine (1987) CA
Residency:Stanford University School of Medicine (1983) CA
Internship:Stanford University School of Medicine (1980) CA
Board Certification: Neurological Surgery, American Board of Neurological Surgery (1989)
Fellowship:Institute Of Neurology (1981) England
Medical Education:Stanford University School of Medicine (1980) CA