- General neurosurgery, Skull base surgery
Areas of interest
Dr Andrew Gogos is a neurosurgeon and spine surgeon based in Melbourne. He is an expert in brain tumour and cranial surgery, having completed a prestigious brain tumour fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) focusing on brain mapping and minimally invasive techniques.
Dr Gogos is passionate about providing individualised care utilising the latest technologies and minimally invasive techniques to improve outcomes for his patients.
He has a special interest in treating patients with brain tumours (including glioma, pituitary tumours, schwannoma, meningioma and metastases), trigeminal neuralgia and Chiari malformation. He has advance training in awake brain surgery, brain mapping and endoscopic techniques.
In addition, Dr Gogos is experienced in the latest minimally invasive techniques for the treatment of spine conditions, including, sciatica, disc protrusions, spondylolisthesis and tumours.
Dr Gogos has a strong interest in research hand has published over 20 peer reviewed publications and presented this work at conferences in Australia, Europe and the United States of America.
Epworth Eastern – East Wing Tower
Andrew Gogos Neurosurgery
- MBBS (Hon)
- B Med Sci (Hon)
Education and training
- Supervisor of Resident Training, St Vincent's Hospital Melbounre
- Member, Research Committee, Neurosurgical Society of Australia
- Functional Brain Mapping
- Glioma Surgery
- Skull Base Surgery
- Eastern Hospital
- St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne