Dr. Roberto Gazzeri is a board-certified neurosurgeon. He is a leading brain and spinal surgeon actually working as Neurosurgeon in the Department of Pain Therapy of San Giovanni Addolorata Hospital in Rome, Italy. He worked from 2004 to 2019 in the Department of Neurosurgery of San Giovanni Addolorata Hospital in Rome. He worked from 2019 to 2020 in the Department of Neurosurgery of National Cancer Institute – Istituto Nazionale Tumori “Regina Elena” of Rome, Italy. He performed a fellowship in minimally invasive approaches in brain surgery at the Center of Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery in Sydney (Australia) with Dr. Charlie Teo. Dr. Gazzeri teaches international courses on spine surgery in Wienn (Austria), Zurich (Switzerland), Murcia (Spain) and Rome (Italy). His interest is in “safe brain and spine surgery” and avoiding surgical complications. Over the years, his research has focused on degenerative and traumatic lumbar spinal diseases.
He published more than one hundred scientific articles in international journals (NEJM, JAMA, Neurology, Spine, Neurosurgery, Journal of neurosurgery, Acta Neurochirurgica, etc.) and several book chapters. He is not only an author but a reviewer for different neurosurgical journals such as World Neurosurgery, Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, and Plos One.
He is a recurrent invited speaker for national and international meetings and courses including the Italian Neurosurgical Society (SINCh). He also boasts numerous abstracts and presentations in international conferences (EANS – European Association of Neurosurgical Societies, CNS – Congress of Neurological Surgeons, NASS – North American Spine Society)
He is member of the Italian Society of Neurosurgery and of NASS (North American Spine Society).
In addition to his active brain and spinal surgery research, Dr. Gazzeri teaches medical and graduated students, and mentors neurosurgical residents.
Area of practice: Traumatic and degenerative spinal diseases, spinal osteoporosis. Pain Therapy. Spinal tumors and brain tumors, , cerebral aneurysms, brain trauma, .