Division Director, Neurosurgeon

Mohsen Nouri, M.D.

Mohsen Nouri, M.D. is a neurosurgeon with dual fellowship training in both endovascular and cerebrovascular surgeries with surgical expertise to treat various vascular diseases of brain and spine such as stroke, aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, vascular dissections, carotid artery stenosis, Moyamoya disease, cavernous malformation, and venous/lymphatic malformations. Based on the lesion characteristics, Dr. Nouri is able to offer and perform a wide range of treatment options from very aggressive and complex skull base surgeries to minimally invasive endovascular/angiographic techniques.
After finishing his medical school and residency in Neurosurgery at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Iran, Dr. Nouri did a research fellowship in cerebrovascular surgeries at Fujita Health University in Japan in 2014. In 2017, he did a fellowship at Weill Cornell neurosurgery department in New York where he learned complex skull base techniques to treat brain vascular abnormalities. Dr. Nouri did his first clinical fellowship in endovascular surgical neuroradiology from 2017 to 2019 at Mount Sinai Hospital, NY with a focus on treating brain and spine vascular diseases with minimally invasive techniques through the groin or writs vessels. His second clinical fellowship was on cerebrovascular and skull base surgeries at North Shore University Hospital, NY from 2019 to 2020 concentrated on performing classic open surgeries for treatment of brain and spine vascular lesions. His main professional focus is on vascular diseases of the brain and spine after years of research and clinical education on different aspects and modalities of treating such lesions.
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Division Director, Neurosurgeon

Mohsen Nouri, M.D.

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Conditions treated:

  • Acute Stroke interventions and thrombectomy
  • Brain hemorrhage (endoscopic or open evacuation)
  • Brain aneurysm (clipping, coiling, flow diverters, bypass)
  • Spine and brain vascular malformation (open surgery, radiosurgery, embolization)
  • Arteriovenous fistulae of brain and spine (open surgery, embolization)
  • Cavernous malformation<
  • Venous sinus thrombosis
  • Carotid cavernous fistula (embolization)
  • Brain, or head and neck tumor embolization
  • Carotid and vertebral arteries stenosis or dissection (angioplasty, stenting, endarterectomy, bypass)
  • Moyamoya disease (brain vessels bypass)
  • Vein of Galen malformation (open surgery, embolization)
  • Venous or lymphatic malformations of the head and neck (sclerotherapy, open surgery)