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6701 Fannin Street
Mark A. Wallace Tower, Level 9
Houston, TX 77030
Nisha Gadgil, MD
Director of Pediatric Neurosurgical Movement Disorders
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, Baylor College of Medicine
|Baylor College of Medicine||Fellowship||Pediatric Neurosurgery||2022|
|Baylor College of Medicine||Residency||Neurological Surgery||2021|
|Baylor College of Medicine||Medical School||Doctor of Medicine||2013|
|Stanford University||Bachelors||Bachelor of Science||2009|
Dr. Gadgil encourages a patient-centered focus that allows families to play an active role in the care of their children. She believes that all patients deserve compassionate care that empowers patients to understand their condition and participate in the decision making process.
Dr. Gadgil’s clinical interests include the treatment and care of patients with movement disorders, spasticity, hydrocephalus and complex shunt disorders, Chiari malformation, pediatric tumors of the brain and spine, congenital or acquired anomalies of the brain and spine, and vascular malformations of the brain and spine.
Dr. Gadgil’s research interests include the neurosurgical of movement disorders and spasticity, including evidence-based multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional efforts to improve outcomes. She is also interested in clinical outcomes research for pediatric Chiari malformations, spine disorders, brain tumors, neurovascular diseases, congenital anomalies, and fetal interventions.
|AANS/CNS Section of Pediatric Neurological Surgery||Member|
|American Association of Neurological Surgeons||Member|
|Congress of Neurological Surgeons||Member|
Gadgil N, Lam S, Pan IW, Lopresti M, Wagner K, Ali I, Wilfong A, Curry DJ. “Staged Magnetic Resonance-Guided Laser Interstitial Thermal Therapy for Hypothalamic Hamartoma: Analysis of Ablation Volumes and Morphological Considerations.” Neurosurgery 2020, 86(6):808-816.
Gadgil N, Edmond J, Stormes K, Lam SK, Shah V. “Visual Complications of Pediatric Posterior Fossa Tumors: Analysis of Outcomes.” Pediatr Neurol 2019, 92: 48-54.
Gadgil N, Lam SK, Pyarali M, Paldino M, Pan IW, Dauser RC. “Indirect Revascularization with Dural Inversion Technique for Pediatric Moyamoya Disease: 20-Year Experience.” J Neurosurg Pediatr 2018, 22(5): 541-549.
Gadgil N, Aldave G, Whitehead WE, Dmytriw AA, Chen K, Orbach D, Maier I, Behme D, Fargen KM, Elijovich L, Dornbos D, Spiotta A, Kan P. “Endovascular intervention for refractory pediatric cerebral venous sinus thrombosis.” Accepted for publication, Pediatr Neurol.
Gadgil N, McClugage S, Aldave G, Bauer D, Weiner HL, Huisman T, Sans-Cortez M, Belfort MA, Emrick L, Clark G, Joyeux L, Whitehead WE. Natural History of Posterior Fetal Cephaloceles and Incidence of Progressive Cephalocele Herniation. Accepted for Publication, J Neurosurg Pediatr, 2022.
Samuel Stal Research Award for Outstanding Fellow Research (2022)
Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honor Society
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
William R. Cheek Award for Outstanding Performance in Pediatric Neurosurgery
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