Rodolfo E. Alcedo Guardia, MD
Brain aneurysms, Arterio venous malformations of the brain, arteriovenous malformations of the spinal cord, Brain tumors, spinal cord stenosis, stroke, intra cerebral hemorrhages.
Born and raised in Panama City, Panama. Went to medical school in Guadalajara, Mexico where he graduated with honors. He was accepted to the William Harrington Training program for Latin American students at the University of Miami School of Medicine for 1 year. While at the University of Miami he was inspired by senior faculty of Neurosurgery to become a neurosurgeon. He worked as a general practitioner in Panama before moving to Puerto Rico for residency at the University of Puerto Rico. After his training he was accepted at Harvard to complete his combined endovascular and open cerebrovascular fellowship. He maintains a part time practice at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital where he continues to participate in clinical research and cutting edge technologies.
Artificial intelligence for the aid in disease, water sports
|Specialty||Cerebrovascular and Endovascular Neurosurgery|