Dr. Renée Reynolds is an Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at State University of New York at Buffalo. She completed her neurosurgical training at the Duke University Medical Center and received her medical degree from SUNY Upstate Medical University. She also completed a one-year fellowship at Seattle Children’s Hospital/University of Washington in pediatric neurosurgery. Dr. Reynolds is also the Assistant program Director of the Department of Neurosurgery’s Academic & Residency Program.
Dr. Reynolds’ areas of expertise are: pediatric neurosurgery, including congenital neurosurgical conditions; brain tumors; surgical management of epilepsy; craniofacial disorders; hydrocephalus; spasticity; Chiari and syringomyelia. Her research interests are in the areas of immunotherapy for pediatric brain tumors and management of hydrocephalus.
She has several publications in peer-reviewed journals and has presented at national meetings.
She is a member of the Congress of Neurosurgeons and the Children’s Oncology Group.
Upstate Medical University, College of Medicine
Duke University Medical Center, Surgical Internship
Duke University Medical Center, Neurosurgical Residency
Seattle Children’s Hospital/University of Washington, Pediatric Neurosurgery
Dr. Reynolds’s clinical interests are brain tumors; management of hydrocephalus, including endoscopic third ventriculostomies and choroid plexus cauterization; and open and minimally invasive epilepsy surgery.
Selected to attend CNS Neurosurgery Radiosurgery Course for Residents (2010); Recipient of the NINDS Research Education Grant, R25 (2009); Selected for the Master of Health Science in Clinical Research Program-Duke University (2009); Selected to attend “Research Update in Neuroscience for Neurosurgeons” (2008); SUNY Upstate Medical University, Dean of Student Affairs – Commendation for Academic Performance in Third Year of Study (2005); Ranked #2 of 160 students in clinical years of medical school (2005); SUNY Upstate Medical University, Department of Internal Medicine Award – Commendation for Academic Performance (2005)
Women in Neurosurgery (WINS)