Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, NY
University of Miami, FL
Academic & Other
Year Appointed at Stony Brook:
SC Award for Most Effective Professional to Counter Child Abuse and Neglect; Outstanding Teacher, Dept. of Pediatrics at SUNYSB.
Hydrocephalus and flow dynamics
Clinical Practice Began:
24 RESEARCH WAY,
54 COMMERCE DRIVE,
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Dr.Egnor is one of three Pediatric Neurosurgeons on Long Island and the only Pediatric Neurosurgeon in Suffolk County. Dr.Egnor has one of the largest pediatric neurosurgery services in the Metro area. He has developed an exciting research protocol regarding the flow of spinal fluid for future treatment of hydrocephalus.
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