Daniel P. Cahill MD PhD,
Vice Chair Research, Department of Neurosurgery,
Tawingo Chair, Massachusetts General Hospital,
Professor, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Cahill holds the Tawingo Chair in Neurosurgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, and is a Professor at Harvard Medical School. His research studies precision medicine in brain tumors.
As a neurosurgeon-scientist, Dr. Cahill’s clinical practice is highly-focused on the care of brain tumor patients, improving national clinical trials of therapy for these patients, and training neurosurgical residents to surgically diagnose and treat these cancers. Dr. Cahill was born and raised in Connecticut, attending Yale College and then Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore, receiving his MD/PhD degrees in 2001. He completed neurosurgery residency training at the Massachusetts General Hospital in 2008. His first faculty position was in the practice of neurosurgical oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He then rejoined the faculty of the MGH Brain Tumor Center in 2011, where he is currently in active practice.
Hiroaki Wakimoto, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, Harvard Medical School
Julie Miller, MD, PhD
Instructor in Neurology, Harvard Medical School