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The Montlake Cut is an electronic quarterly newsletter published by the Department of Neurological Surgery. It features news and accomplishments from our faculty and staff, as well as colleagues who practice in the UW system and throughout the WWAMI region.

Neuroscience Pearls is a publication from the UW Medicine Neuroscience Institute. It contains highly focused, up-to-date reports on important subjects in clinical neuroscience.

The View From Puget Sound is a quarterly newsletter from the Chair of the Department of Neurological Surgery, Dr. Richard Ellenbogen, and is now included as a separate section in The Montlake Cut.

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2017 Newsletters

The Montlake Cut & The View From Puget Sound Neuroscience Pearls

2016 Newsletters

The Montlake Cut & The View From Puget Sound Neuroscience Pearls

2015 Newsletters

The Montlake Cut & The View From Puget Sound Neuroscience Pearls

2014 Newsletters

The Montlake Cut & The View From Puget Sound Neuroscience Pearls

2013 Newsletters

The Montlake Cut & The View From Puget Sound Neuroscience Pearls

2012 Newsletters

The Montlake Cut & The View From Puget Sound
The Montlake Cut The View From Puget Sound

2011 Newsletters

The Montlake Cut The View From Puget Sound

2010 Newsletters

2009 Newsletters

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Featured Faculty:

Samuel Browd, MD, PhD

Dr. Browd specializes in pediatric neurosurgery, specifically with children who have hydrocephalus, brain & spinal cord tumors, pediatric cervical spine, spina bifida, chiari malformations, and spacticity.

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