Pituitary Disorders: About Us
Emory has long enjoyed an international reputation for excellence in pituitary surgery.
The Emory Pituitary Center offers a multidisciplinary clinical service with a team of specialists world-renowned for their expertise. The center provides state-of-the-art diagnostic services in all aspects of endocrinology and neuroradiology and comprehensive therapy for pituitary and hypothalamic disorders, with specialization in neurosurgery and radiation and medical therapy.
Vice-Chair of Neurosurgery and Director of the Emory Pituitary Center Nelson M. Oyesiku, MD, PhD, FACS partners with Adriana Ioachimescu, MD, PhD and a team of endocrinologists who collaborate in the diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with pituitary tumors. In conjunction with the Department of Radiation Therapy, Dr. Oyesiku also offers stereotactic radiosurgery for patients with pituitary lesions. His Laboratory of Molecular Neurosurgery and Biotechnology is a leading center for research in the molecular biology of pituitary tumors.
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