Aditya S. Pandey, M.D. achieved his Bachelors of Science in Biological and Engineering Sciences from the Washington University in St. Louis. He obtained his Doctorate of Medicine from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He then gained training in neurological surgery with sub-specialty training in microsurgical and endovascular treatment of cerebrovascular disorders. Dr. Pandey specializes in treating individuals who have blood vessel related diseases of the brain and spinal cord (e.g., aneurysms, AVM, stroke, fistulas, cavernomas, etc.) as well as practicing general neurosurgery (spinal disorders, brain tumors, and traumatic brain injury).
He is one of two neurosurgeons in the Ann Arbor region who are trained to perform both open surgeries and endovascular radiological procedures when treating brain blood vessel related diseases. His research interests are aimed at developing and improving tools to assist in the fight against stroke and brain aneurysms. He has been the author of more than 30 (change this to 100) research publications as well as participated in numerous national research trials aimed at improving techniques of aneurysm treatment. Dr. Pandey is currently leading a study to better understand whether a patient requiring aneurysm treatment should be maintained on seizure medications post-surgery. In addition, he is collaborating with Dr. Xu from Biomedical Engineering in developing a novel technique to treat patients suffering from bleeding in the brain. This project is currently being funded by the NIH and is within the preclinical stage. He is also aiding in the development of a endovascular tool which could expedite the removal of clots from brain blood vessels thus improving patient clinical outcomes.