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The Pediatric Cerebrovascular Surgery and Interventions Center and the associated Moyamoya Disease Program at Boston Children’s Hospital brings together specialists in neurosurgery, neurointerventional radiology and medical experts from our Stroke and Cerebrovascular Center. We also work with specialists in vascular anomalies, genetics, radiology, neurology and hematology to develop the best possible treatment plan.
Edward R. Smith, MD
Darren Orbach, MD, PhD
Robert C. Tasker, MB, BS, MD
Robert C. Tasker, MB, BS, MD, directs the Neurocritical Care program at Boston Children’s, overseeing the intensive care children receive after CVD procedures.
Cameron C. Trenor III, MD
Cameron C. Trenor III, MD, of the Department of Hematology/Oncology, co-directs the Boston Children’s Stroke and Cerebrovascular Center and has special expertise in vascular anomalies.
Craig D. McClain, MD, MPH
Craig D. McClain, MD, MPH, specializes in neuroanesthesia and provides care during many CVD procedures.
Mary F. Landrigan-Ossar, MD, PhD
Mary F. Landrigan-Ossar, MD, PhD, is the director of anesthesia for Interventional Radiology.
Richard Robertson, MD
Richard Robertson, MD, Radiologist-in-Chief, leads efforts at Boston Children’s to develop advanced neuroimaging techniques for diagnosis and treatment planning.
R. Michael Scott, MD
R. Michael Scott, MD, Neurosurgeon-in-Chief-emeritus, is a pioneer in cerebrovascular neurosurgery and spearheaded Boston Children’s Moyamoya Disease Program.
The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”