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Acoustic Neuroma (Vestibular Schwannoma) Experts

Our acoustic neuroma (vestibular schwannoma) experts in neurosurgery, neurotology (skull-base surgery), radiology, neurology, and radiation oncology will evaluate and discuss your case and decide on a treatment recommendation as a team.

An appointment to see one of our neurologists or neurosurgeons for an acoustic neuroma evaluation, diagnosis, or treatment is usually available within days.

Your personal treatment team will include a range of specialists who collaborate with nurses and other healthcare professionals to give you the most advanced care that fits your unique needs.

Soon after your appointment, a member of the treatment team will call you or your caregiver to share a report by phone, then follow up with a written report.

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Kathryn Beal, MD

Kathryn Beal

Timothy A. Chan, MD, PhD

Timothy A. Chan

PaineWebber Chair in Cancer Genetics; Director, Immunogenomics and Precision Oncology Platform; Member, Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program; Vice Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology; Director, Translational Oncology Division

T. Peter Kingham, MD

T. Peter Kingham

Director of Global Cancer Disparity Initiatives

Samuel H. Selesnick, MD, FACS

Samuel H. Selesnick

Cameron W. Brennan

Cameron W. Brennan

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