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Acoustic Neuroma – Cranial (Skull) Base Surgery

The NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center has long been regarded as a leading institution in complicated patient care, including the field of cranial base surgery. Technological and surgical advances have made successful treatment of cranial base tumors a reality, and Weill Cornell Medicine surgeons are at the forefront of this progression. 

Multidisciplinary Approach

The foundation of successful cranial base tumor treatment is a multidisciplinary approach to this complex problem. Our Cranial Base Surgery Consortium is composed of neurosurgeons, neurotologists, neurophysiologists, neuroanesthesiologists, neuroradiologists, as well as head, neck, plastic, reconstructive and maxillofacial surgeons. These subspecialists contribute specific expertise essential for optimal care of a cranial base lesion patient.

Upper East Side
1305 York Ave., Fifth Floor
New York, NY 10021
Upper West Side
2315 Broadway, Third Floor
New York, NY 10024


Samuel Selesnick
Samuel H. Selesnick, M.D.
Professor and Vice Chairman of Otolaryngology, Professor of Otolaryngology and Neurological Surgery
George Alexiades
George Alexiades, M.D.
Director of the Weill Cornell Medicine Cochlear Implant Center, Associate Professor of Clinical Otolaryngology
(646) 962-3681

Weill Cornell Medicine Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery

Acoustic Neuroma – Cranial (Skull) Base Surgery
1305 York Ave., Fifth Floor New York, NY 10022