Sacit Bulent Omay, MD

Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery

Departments & Organizations

Neurosurgery: Gamma Knife Radiosurgery

Yale Medicine

Biography

Dr. Sacit Bulent Omay works as an Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery. He is a skull base and brain tumor neurosurgeon with expertise in the endoscopic and open treatment of skull base, pituitary and brain tumors. He has completed his neurosurgery residency at Yale Medical School. His fellowships include a surgical neuro-oncology fellowship in Cleveland Clinic and an Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Skull Base and Pituitary Fellowship at Weil Cornell Medical Center. His clinical interests include open and minimally invasive treatment skull base and pituitary pathology and brain tumors as well as radiosurgery . He also has an interest in general neurosurgery.

Education & Training

MD Istanbul University (1999)
Resident Istanbul University Medical School
Senior Registrar Royal Melbourne Hospital, University of Melbourne
Clinical Fellow Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Resident Yale University School Of Medicine
Chief Resident Yale University School Of Medicine
Clinical Fellow New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medicial College

Honors & Recognition

  • Leadership Fellow in the CNS International Committee Congress of Neurological surgeons (2015)

  • William F. Collins, Jr. M.D. Neurosurgery Resident Research Symposium Award Yale Medical School Department of Neurosurgery (2015)

  • Patient Care Excelence AwardYale-New Haven Hospital (2014)

  • Cleveland Clinic 2008 Innovator AwardCleveland Clinic (2008)

  • Cleveland Clinic Research Program Commitees AwardCleveland Clinic (2007)

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