J. D. Day, M.D., FAANS
Award winning neurosurgeon in active clinical practice. Professor with Tenure and Chair -University of Arkansas. Clinical focus on the neurosurgical treatment of tumors, vascular diseases, and trauma of the brain and spine. Educator in neurosurgical operative techniques for complex cranial surgery, lecturing and teaching extensively in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Authored and/or edited three textbooks on skull base surgery. Published 50+ peer reviewed articles. Performed more than 5,000 surgical procedures with a case mix of 70% cranial and 30% spine. Experienced reviewer involving standard of care - served on Quality Assurance committees for four hospitals and as a consultant for the Texas Medical Board. USC trained. Former USC faculty. Former visiting professor at Stanford. Expert witness experience at both deposition and trial.