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The Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Colorado, continues the tradition of excellence outlined in our Mission Statement.

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Steven G. Ojemann, M.D.

Associate Professor Director, Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery University of Colorado Hospital


12631 E. 17th Ave., C307
Aurora, CO   80045

303-724-2297
steven.ojemann@ucdenver.edu

Clinical Interests: Surgical treatment of movement disorders, and chronic pain disorders, epilepsy surgery, functional and stereotactic radiosurgery. 

Dr. Ojemann's clinical interests include Surgical Treatment of Movement Disorders, Chronic Pain Disorders, Epilepsy Surgery, Functional and Stereotactic Radiosurgery.  He investigates sub-cortical neuronal function in complex speech and motor circuits.

His passion for teaching and academic medicine has continued to flourish since joining CU Neurosurgery's faculty.  Recently, he revised, created and implemented a new neurosciences curriculum for second year medical students and has received awards for his teaching excellence. 

 

Undergraduate:  University of Washington 

Medical School:  University of California, Los Angeles

Residency:  University of California, San Francisco

Board Certification:  American Board of Neurological Surgery, 2008

 Best Block Director, Best Lecturer,
University of Colorado School of Medicine Class of 2010 (awarded 2008)

Teaching Excellence Award for Block Direction,
University of Colorado School of Medicine Class of 2009 (awarded 2007) 


University of Colorado Department of Neurosurgery Excellence in Education Award, 2005

Alpha Omega Alpha, UCLA 1996

Phi Beta Kappa, University of Washington, 1992

College Honors in Political Science, 1992

College Honors in Cell and Molecular Biology, 1992

Robert A. Dahl Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Political Science, 1991-92

Dr. Ojemann has 15 publications, please see Dr. Ojemann's attached Curriculum Vitae for a complete listing.