Dr. Antonios Mammis is the founder of the Center for Neuromodulation, at Rutgers NJ Medical School, and has expertise in the treatment of movement disorders, and refractory chronic pain conditions. Dr. Mammis graduated from NYU College of Arts and Science, and from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He did a residency in neurosurgery at NJ Medical School, and a fellowship in functional neurosurgery at North Shore Hospital. Dr. Mammis is a prolific researcher and author. He has a multitude of peer-reviewed articles, and is the editor of the textbook: Migraine Surgery.

Antonios Mammis
Department of Neurological Surgery, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, NJ, US
Dr. Antonios Mammis is the founder of the Center for Neuromodulation, at Rutgers NJ Medical School, and has expertise in the treatment of movement disorders, and refractory chronic pain conditions. Dr. Mammis graduated from NYU College of Arts and Science, and from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He did a residency in neurosurgery at NJ Medical School, and a fellowship in functional neurosurgery at North Shore Hospital. Dr. Mammis is a prolific researcher and author. He has a multitude of peer-reviewed articles, and is the editor of the textbook: Migraine Surgery.

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