Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Frank Vrionis MD, MPH, PhD

Marcus Neuroscience Institute

MEDICAL SCHOOL: University of Athens School of Medicine

RESIDENCY: Neurosurgery, Tufts University

FELLOWSHIP: Skull-base Surgery, University of Tennessee

MASTER’S DEGREE: Public Health, Harvard University

PHD: Brain Tumor Immunology, Duke University—one of the premier brain tumor programs in the world

Dr. Frank Vrionis is a board-certified neurosurgeon, the director of the Marcus Neuroscience Institute (MNI) and chairman of the department of neurosurgery at Boca Raton Regional Hospital.

Dr. Vrionis is a national leader in the field of brain and spine tumors, and complex and minimally invasive spine surgery, including neuromodulation. He performs surgeries for patients considered inoperable by others, but always tries to find the least invasive method that matches the patient’s condition.

Dr. Vrionis has authored or co-authored three books on brain and spinal tumors, 150 abstracts and more than 100 publications in such prestigious peer-reviewed publications as the Journal of Neurosurgery, European Spine Journal and Lancet Oncology. He is listed in the Guide to America’s Top Surgeons and was Moffitt’s Physician of the Year in 2013.

During Dr. Vrionis’ three-year tenure, the Institute has become a premier destination for patients with neurological disorders, and has achieved thrombectomy capable status by The Joint Commission. At the Marcus Neuroscience Institute, nine neurologists and five neurosurgeons treat patients with every type of brain and spine disorder in a comprehensive, compassionate and technologically advanced manner. The Institute has four ORs, a neuro ICU and stepdown units, dedicated neurocertified nurses and intra-operative MRI and CT capabilities. MNI is an affiliate of Florida Atlantic University’s College of Medicine, which is the main teaching hospital for the neurology residency program and actively participates in multiple clinical research trials.




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