Dr. Mandy Binning 

Mandy J. Binning, MD
Medical Director, Comprehensive Stroke Program
Medical Director, Neurosurgical Research

Dr. Mandy Binning is medical director of the Comprehensive Stroke Program at Capital Health and is a fellowship trained neurosurgeon. She is also medical director of neurosurgical research. Dr. Binning completed her neurosurgery residency at the University of Utah Medical Center after completing her medical degree at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Part of the Capital Institute for Neurosciences, Dr. Binning specializes in both traditional open and minimally invasive endovascular cerebrovascular neurosurgery, one of only a select number of neurosurgeons in the country trained to do both. The neurosurgical team, of which Dr. Binning is a part, performs more brain and aneurysm surgery than any other hospital in New Jersey.

Dr. Binning joined Capital Health after completing fellowships in Endovascular Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery with the University of Buffalo’s Department of Neurosurgery, one of the country’s leading training programs, and Capital Health’s Department of Neurosurgery.

Dr. Binning’s research has been published in multiple journals including Neurosurgery, Journal of Neurosurgery, Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, and Cancer Research. She has also been published in Endovascular Today, World Neurosurgery, and Acta Neurochirurgica, the official journal of the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies.

In addition, Dr. Binning has presented at numerous conferences including the Richard Lende Winter Neurosurgery Conference on the use of flow diversion in treating large and giant aneurysms and symptomatic intracranial arterial dissection in adolescents and the use of stenting in these patients. She has also presented at national meetings of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the annual Cerebrovascular Complications Conference, and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. Dr. Binning is also an instructor for the AANS residents’ course.

As part of the Capital Institute for Neurosciences and its research program, Dr. Binning is an investigator on numerous clinical trials focusing on the treatment of strokes and aneurysms. This included TREVO 2, a study comparing Trevo™, an investigational device developed for clot removal in stroke patients, with the Merci Retriever™, a device previously approved by the FDA. Capital Health was the first hospital in the country to utilize the device on a patient.

Dr. Binning has been recognized by both patients and peers, having been honored in multiple publications as a 2012 Top Doctor including SJ Magazine and as part of South Jersey Magazine’s Top Docs as voted by readers feature.
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