Dr. Michael D. Cusimano completed his medical education at the University of Toronto School of Medicine. He underwent his Neurosurgery Training Program at the same institution in 1985. He attained fellowship status with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Dr. Cusimano pursued a specialized formal fellowship in skull base surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. His clinical focus centers on performing intricate skull base lesion surgeries, providing dedicated care to patients facing these complex conditions. Dr. Cusimano has a strong commitment to research. His investigations have been centered around innovative approaches to intracranial lesions, traumatic brain injury, and concussion, as well as studies aimed at educating both healthcare professionals and the general public.Dr. Michael D. Cusimano holds the position of a professor in the Department of Surgery, and he also holds cross-appointments in Public Health and Education. He also oversees fellowships in general neurosurgery and other related fields. Dr. Cusimano joined the Neurosurgical Staff at St. Michael's Hospital, where he continues to contribute his expertise and make a significant impact in the field of neurosurgery.
Brain and Traumatic Injuries, Tumours, Aneurysms, Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus & Injury Prevention
Complex Brain and Spine, Cognitive Neurosurgery, Gamma Knife Surgery, Surgeries for the Cerebellum & Pituitary Surgeries