Mr Jeremy Rowe
Mr Jeremy Rowe is a highly respected consultant neurosurgeon with extensive work experience in stereotactic neurosurgery and a specialisation in gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery
He has particular expertise in treating conditions such as trigeminal neuralgia, cavernoma, pituitary tumours, acoustic neuromas, and various types of brain tumours, including cerebral metastases. Currently, he practices at the Thornbury Radiosurgery Centre located in Sheffield.
Throughout his illustrious medical career, Mr Rowe has achieved significant accomplishments, including completing a medical research council fellowship that allowed him to gain valuable experience with magnetic resonance techniques. This fellowship was completed in Oxford, where he also received his specialist neurosurgical training. During his training, he developed a keen interest in stereotactic neurosurgery, which eventually led him to establish a practice in this field. In 2001, he joined the Sheffield Stereotactic Radiosurgery Department.
Mr. Rowe's research interests primarily lie in skull-base pathology, oncogenesis, and neuro-oncology. He is an expert in diagnosing and effectively managing cerebral metastatic disease, as well as conditions related to abnormal tumour suppressor genes.Areas of expertise: Gamma Knife Radiosurgery, Brain tumour, Trigeminal neuralgia, Acoustic neuroma, Pituitary tumours