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Alexander Evins, MD

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Alexander Evins

Dr. Alexander Evins is an expert on the surgical anatomy of the skull base and spearheads the development of new operative techniques in microneuosurgery, skull base surgery, and neuroendoscopy in our state-of-the-art Surgical Innovations Laboratory for Skull Base Microneurosurgery. Dr. Evins instructs fellows from around the world on the intricacies of skull base surgery techniques and works to expand the current understanding of complex surgical neuroanatomy by integrating intricate cadaveric dissections with 3D visualization, virtual reality, and computer simulation in order to enhance neurosurgical training and practice. Dr. Evins pioneered the concept of skills based medicine, has published extensively in numerous respected scientific journals, and has presented at conferences around the world. In addition, Alex instructs the Clinical Neuroanatomy program for visiting medical students.