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Meet our Chief Medical Executive, Dr. Michael W. McDermott


Michael McDermott, M.D., an internationally renowned pioneer in meningioma surgery and Gamma Knife radiosurgery, is the chief medical executive of Miami Neuroscience Institute. He brings extensive surgical experience in the most rare and complex cases, advancing neurosurgical techniques and conducting cutting-edge research that has generated more than 400 peer-reviewed publications.

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Miami Neuroscience Institute

Miami Neuroscience Institute is expanding, and we’d love for you to join us!

​​​​​​​Join a team of highly skilled medical professionals focused on providing the most advanced techniques and treatments in the field of neuroscience! Miami Neuroscience Institute houses every neurological specialty under one roof – neurosurgery, spinal neurosurgery, physical medicine & rehabilitation, pain management, interventional neuroradiology, neuro-oncology, neuropsychiatry, neurology and more. Since 2020, Miami Neuroscience Institute has welcomed over 17 new physicians and the team will continue to grow during the next few years. Miami Neuroscience Institute’s neurology program is undergoing significant expansion as we hire specialists in epilepsy, headaches, memory & aging, movement disorders, neuroimmunology, neuromuscular and stroke.

Being a part of Baptist Health, the region's largest faith-based, not-for-profit healthcare organization, gives our patients access to a complete range of technology and hospital services. Do you have what it takes to be part of the most awarded healthcare system in South Florida? Stay updated on open roles at the Miami Neuroscience Institute by clicking below.
Billing Coordinator Coordinate all accounts payable to insurance providers by supervising invoicing and communicating directly with clients.
Neuropsychologist Conduct medical evaluations to characterize behavioral and cognitive changes resulting from central nervous system disease or injury.
Nurse Navigator Oversee the planning, scheduling, and implementation of day-to-day clinical activities and procedures for navigated patients.
Physician Practice Surgical Coordinator Schedule and coordinate all aspects of patient surgeries for high volume physician practice.
Medical Assistant Collect and prepare laboratory specimens. Perform basic laboratory tests, and instruct patients about medication and special diet needs.
Rehabilitation Evaluate and treat patients with medically prescribed therapy services to achieve maximum developmental potential, functional gains, and independence.
Patient Representative Check in patients, get patient information, collect payments, and assist with necessary paperwork.
Research Coordinator Perform research regulatory functions required to conduct clinical trials.
Summer Research Assistant A 12 week summer program that provides in depth professional neuroscience research development. Candidates will be assigned to a mentor in one of the following neuroscience areas: neurosurgery, physiatry, neuroradiology, interventional neuroradiology, radiation oncology, and rehabilitation medicine and will participate in weekly eduational worshops on various research topics.
Research Fellow Exciting growth opportunities and will be an important voice in developing the future of research at MNI. Serve as a subject matter expert for clinical trial activation for investigator-initiated clinical trials.

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Patient Testimonials

Marine Geologist Quickly Resumes Active Life After Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery at Miami Neuroscience Institute
Pam Reid, a marine geologist & professor at the University of Miami, is a very active 72-year-old, traveling to such locations as the Atacama Desert of northern Chile and Shark Bay in western Australia.

But about two years ago, she was told she needed spine surgery, mostly resulting from severe spinal stenosis & spondylosis, conditions that cause degenerative narrowing of the spinal nerves. At first, Ms. Reid did not want to move forward with surgery because it would derail much of her work and travel.
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"They Took Great Care of Me"

Leilani Pearl, 44, was otherwise healthy when the pandemic started last year, but it wasn’t COVID-19 that would cause her life to take a very startling turn — and into the hands of a team at Miami Neuroscience Institute led by a prominent neurosurgeon.

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Former Olympic Rower, 76, Rebounds from Sudden Stroke
It was 50 years ago when Lawrence “Monk” Terry, now 76 and a resident of Coral Gables, won a silver medal with the U.S. rowing team at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany. He served as the “stroke” on his crew. That’s the rowing term for the most important position, the one that sets the pace for the rest of the rowers.
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Minimally Invasive 'HiFU' Beat Her Essential Tremor
Life with “essential tremor” — one of the most common movement disorders — is disruptive and debilitating. So much that just handling a glass of water is a challenging task. Nan Levy knows all about it. She had been dealing with her tremor for at least 12 years.
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Upcoming Projects
Clinical Trial Explores Radiation Therapy as Protective Treatment Against High-Risk Spine Metasteses
A research team at Baptist Health South Florida recently began enrollment in a randomized-controlled clinical trial exploring early radiation therapy as a prophylactic treatment for patients with asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic high-risk metastatic disease to the spine.

New Clinical Trial Underway for Alzheimer's Patients

Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute and Florida International University’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine are collaborating to offer a new clinical trial for patients with Alzheimer’s disease. The study uses low-intensity focused ultrasound to disrupt brain changes that lead to the neuron damage that causes memory and cognition problems in patients.

Recognitions

The Joint Commission
Miami Neuroscience Institute is accredited by The Joint Commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center—the highest level of specialized stroke care. The Institute, in conjunction with Baptist Hospital, also received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll Elite Plus, Target: Stroke Advanced Therapy Honor Roll. South Miami and West Kendall Baptist Hospitals received similar awards. The awards recognize the hospital’s commitment to providing the most appropriate stroke treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines grounded in the latest scientific evidence.
U.S. News & World Report
We are honored to be part of South Florida’s most awarded healthcare system based on U.S. News & World Report rankings. We’re rated as high-performing in neurology, neurosurgery and stroke, putting us in the top 10 % in the country. Above all, we are proud to serve this community.