The Mischer Neuroscience Institute is built on a foundation of long-term collaboration between Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School. The Institute brings together a team of world-class clinicians, researchers and educators whose insights and research findings are transforming the field of neuroscience. Patients come to the Institute from around the world for treatment of rare and common diseases of the brain and spinal cord.
Part of the 12-hospital Memorial Hermann Healthcare System, the Mischer Neuroscience Institute is the largest and most comprehensive neuroscience program in Texas. We currently perform more neurosurgical procedures than any other hospital system in Houston and are nationally recognized for leading-edge medicine. We are consistently ranked among quality benchmarking organizations as a leader in clinical quality and patient safety. The Institute was the first center in Texas and one of only a few institutions in the country to fully integrate neurology, neurosurgery, neuroradiology and neurorehabilitation through comprehensive, specialized treatment centers and close collaboration between all involved disciplines.
More than 7,600 procedures are performed in our surgical neuroscience suites annually. Among them are innovative techniques that were once unimaginable: resections of arteriovenous malformations that prevent life-threatening brain hemorrhage, the use of laser ablation to allow patients with epilepsy to lead productive lives, and Gamma Knife radiosurgery that makes treatment of brain tumors safer, quick, effective and painless.
At the Mischer Neuroscience Institute, we continually push the envelope in neurological and neurosurgical care in ways that are appropriate for the patients we treat. The Institute was:
Mischer Neuroscience Institute
6411 Fannin St
Houston, TX 77030
UT Physicians Neurology Clinic
Mischer Neurosurgical Associates
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