Physician, Entrepreneur, Teacher, Researcher, Consultant

Dr. Dan Miulli

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Certification in Neurological Surgery 1997, and Fellowship American College of Osteopathic Surgeons 1998

Practice general neurosurgery with an emphasis on "Skull Base" and "Microvascular" neurosurgery, treating approximately 1,000 new patients per year

Public and Private Knowledge
Develop and Implement programs necessary to keep professional and ancillary healthcare personnel as well as the general public, apprised of developments and information related to the neurosciences thereby promoting the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of neurological diseases

Delivered more than 200 lectures and presentations on the following topics:  Alzheimer's disease, Back Pain, Brain Tumors, Cryogenic Surgery, Epilepsy and Movement Disorders, Health Information Networks, Neuroendoscopy, Rehabilitation, Severe Head Injury, Spectroscopy, Spinal reconstruction, Stroke capturing the attention of specialized healthcare workers, ancillary personnel and the general public

Dr. Miulli has been a hospital Director of Medical Education, is currently the Associate Neurosurgery Residency Program Director and visiting clinical faculty in neuroscience.

Journal of the American Organization of Neurological Surgeons

Produced video, newsletter and other promotional materials for neurosurgery practice

Routinely appeared on major television stations to discuss treatment of strokes, Parkinson's Disease and other neurological conditions, developments in medical technology, and other relevant topics

Develop, promoting and Implementing programs encouraging safety and health awareness in role of community activist

Some of the lectures and presentations are cited below.


  1. "Dorso-Lateral Spinal Cord Transection Increases Response to Noxious Stimuli in Rana Pipiens", 1982, Master's Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences,

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Dr. Dan Miulli | Family | Education | Work Experience | Teaching & Research | Continuing Education | Selected Papers

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