Yale Brain Tumor Center

Joseph Piepmeier M.D., Joachim Baehring M.D., Veronica Chiang M.D., Ketan Bulsara M.D.

The Yale Brain Tumor Center, as part of the Yale Cancer Center, is a multidisciplinary group dedicated to the care of patients with primary brain tumors, brain metastases and neurological complications of cancer. It is the only multidisciplinary consortium providing comprehensive brain cancer care in southern New England and has gained regional and national recognition.

The physicians of the Yale Brain Tumor Center offer a wide spectrum of advanced strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of Brain Cancer including microsurgical tumor removal, intraoperaitve neurophysiological monitoring, image-guided stereotactic techniques, 3D conformal radiotherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery (gamma knife), and novel "targeted" chemotherapies. The program is comprised of the departments of Neurosurgery, Neurology, Medical Oncology, Therapeutic Radiology, Neuropathology, and Neuroradiology. A dedicated Clinical Coordinator facilitates access, coordinates services and supports patients and their families.