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As the director of the Neurosurgery Brain Tumor Stem Cell Laboratory, Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa, M.D., studies brain tumors from a surgical, imaging, clinical and basic science perspective. Dr. Quinones-Hinojosa conducts research to predict patient prognosis and discover new methods of delivering effective treatments for brain tumors in diverse populations. He has obtained multiple National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants and holds over a dozen patents. He has started several companies to translate his laboratory work back to the patient.
Dr. Quinones-Hinojosa seeks to improve patient safety, maximize the efficacy of current treatments and advance the development of new therapies for brain tumors.
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