Raj Shrivastava, MD
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PROFESSOR | Neurosurgery
PROFESSOR | Otolaryngology
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Research Topics
Anatomy, Anti-Tumor Therapy, Bioinformatics, Brain, Brain Imaging, Clinical Genomics, Computer Simulation, Genomics, MRI, Neural Networks, Neuroscience, Pituitary, Robotic Surgery, Systems Neuroscience, Translational Research
Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery
The Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery research group focuses on the clinical implementation of stereotactic and 3D navigation for minimally invasive skull base and pituitary tumor surgery. The team researches unique visual-evoked-potential (VEP) neuro-physiological monitoring to monitor visual pathways during neurosurgical tumor surgery to provide for improved clinical outcome.

Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery

Ultra-High Field MRI Tumor Mapping
The BioMedical Engineering and Imaging Institute (BMEII) research group has an NIH funded program that develops newer techniques to accurately map tumors and anatomy using ultra-high field 7T MRI. This will allow for more precise and targeted surgical resections-ultimately for better patient outcomes.

The BioMedical Engineering and Imaging Institute

BS, MS, Stanford University

MD, University of Pennsylvania

Internship, Surgery (General Surgery), Mount Sinai Hospital

Residency, Neurosurgery, Mount Sinai Hospital

Fellowship, Neurosurgery, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center


American Board of Neurological Surgery

2019, 2023

Cullman Family Award

Mount Sinai Health System

2017, 2019, 2020

New York Magazine Best Doctors


America's Top Surgeon Award


Castle Connolly Top Doctors

Castle Connolly


US News and World Report Selected Top Doctor-Neurosurgery


Patient's Choice Award - National Award


Compassionate Physician Award - National Award

Patient's Choice - Vital Health Care Group


American Association of Neurosurgeons (AANS) Vesalius Award - First Presentation

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