I’m a professor in the Department of Neurological Surgery, as well as the director for the Minimally Invasive Cranial Surgery Program and the co-director of the Skull Base and Pituitary Surgery Center at The James. I’m one of only a few neurosurgeons in the world who have performed more than 1,000 Endoscopic Endonasal Approach (EEA) cases. EEA is a minimally invasive surgery technique that gives surgeons access to the base of the skull, intracranial cavity and top of the spine by operating through the nose and paranasal sinuses. I was rated in the top 10 percent of physicians in the nation for patient satisfaction in 2016 and 2017.
My current research focus is on developing minimally invasive approaches to the brain and skull base that will result in the best surgical tumor resection possible with the least amount of disruption to normal tissue. Finding a patient treatment option that reduces the amount of long-term consequences for my patients and their families is always my top priority.
Our individualized patient approach, combined with world-renown research methods, make the OSUCCC – James such a fulfilling place for me to work. There are very few places that offer the types of highly specialized surgery we do. That’s why patients come here from all over the world for our uniquely personal and focused care.
My medical journey began in Brazil, where I attended medical school and finished my residency in 2005. I completed fellowships in neuroendocrine and pituitary surgery at the University of Virginia, and another in skull base and cerebrovascular surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. I’m so proud to be part of the OSUCCC – James and believe strongly in our mission to live in a cancer-free world.
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The overall patient satisfaction rating is an average of all patient responses to the five questions gathered from the Outpatient Oncology survey, developed by Press Ganey Associates for use in oncology clinics across the country. On behalf of The James, Press Ganey administers the survey to patients who see our providers in an outpatient clinic office. For additional information about the patient satisfaction survey, please visit our Patient Satisfaction Survey page
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Overall Ratings (out of 78 reviews)
4.9 out of 5
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Patient Comments (9 total comments)
Extremely thorough explaining what my experience would look like over the next few years. Also, I really appreciated the HONESTY from the neurosurgeon.
I was very pleased.
Very easy to talk to!
Fantastic doctor - Dr. Prevedello.
Very very good.
Very informed and spent time to explain things it's me.
Dr. Daniel Prevedello is one of best not just doctor, surgeon, but as a human being who cares about his patients.
I was very impressed by both the doctors that consulted with me about my illness and concerns. I appreciate the time they spent each giving me their opinion which confirmed a lot things for me.