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Navid Redjal, MD, FAANS

Navid Redjal-53SJ Magazine Top Docs 2020Director, Neurosurgical Oncology

Dr. Navid Redjal, director of Neurosurgical Oncology, is a board certified, Harvard trained neurosurgeon with extensive research and clinical background in neuro-oncology. He has been involved in significant translational brain cancer research and neuro-oncology clinical trials with research fellowships at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Redjal graduated from Harvard Medical School with honors, specifically completing the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Society curriculum with research thesis focusing on targeted therapeutics for brain cancer. After completing medical school, he did his residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard neurosurgery program where he also completed a stereotactic proton radiosurgery fellowship. He is board certified in neurological surgery and a diplomate of the American Board of Neurological Surgery. He is also a Fellow of American Association of Neurological Surgeons (FAANS).

Following his residency, Dr. Redjal joined the faculty at Harvard Medical School as an instructor in surgery while also serving as an attending neurosurgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. After his time at MGH, Dr. Redjal joined Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles as an attending neurosurgeon with focus in neuro-oncology and worked with neuro-oncologists to advance participation in brain cancer clinical trials.

He specializes in complex brain surgery including awake surgery, language and motor mapping, minimally invasive neuro-endoscopic surgery utilizing detailed MRI-based neuro-navigation with diffuse tensor imaging and intraoperative ultrasound. He also uses the CyberKnife® System in collaboration with radiation oncologists to treat a variety of brain and spine tumors.

Dr. Redjal has conducted significant translational research in targeted local therapy for brain cancer and has been published in a number of medical journals devoted to neurosurgery and cancer research. He has been involved with Congress of Neurologic Surgeons glioma guidelines committee and has coauthored treatment guidelines for glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) and low grade gliomas. He currently leads the weekly Neuro-Oncology Multi-disciplinary Tumor Board at the Capital Health Cancer Center.

Dr. Redjal is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the Society for Neuro-Oncology, and a number of other professional societies.

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“Dr. Redjal has the rare combination of being both a good communicator and an excellent surgeon. I am gratified to have been his patient.”

“The team of Dr. Redjal; Diana, PA; and Mike, RN is amazing. Their excellence is very apparent, yet that excellence is coupled with a very comforting warmth and friendliness. I wish I had not needed their service, but I feel very blessed to have had them attending my issue. I would like to take this opportunity to thank them so much!”

“Dr Redjal and his team are the very best at providing care for me. He saved my life and he and his team treated me perfectly, as well as the hospital.”