Stephanie L. Einhaus, MD


Stephanie Einhaus

Associate Professor
Department of Neurosurgery
University of Tennessee, Memphis

 

Education

BS, 1985 - Florida State University
MD, 1989 - University of Florida


Internship

1989-91 - University of Tennessee


Residency

1989-95 - University of Tennessee


Fellowship

1995-96 - University of Tennessee


Board Certification

Board Eligible in General Neurosurgery
Pediatric Neurosurgical Specialty


Membership in Professional Societies

Pediatric Section of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons AANS; Congress of Neurosurgeons; Hydrocephalus Association; Memphis and Shelby County Medical Association; American Medical Association


Publications

Einhaus, SL, Sanford RA: Principles and Practice of Pediatric Neurosurgery, Thieme, New York, NY, pgs 545-561, 1999.

Einhaus SL, Robertson JT, Dohan FC, Wujek JR, Ahmad S: Reduction of peridural fibrosis after lumbar laminotomy and diskectomy in dogs by a resorbable gel (ADCONÒ -L). Spine 22(13):1440-1446, 1997.

Einhaus SL, Croce MA, Watridge CB, Lowery R, Fabian TC: The use of hypertonic saline for the treatment of increased intracranial pressure. J Tenn Med Assoc 89(3):81-82, 1996.

Hilton DL Jr, Einhaus SL, Meric AL III, White RP, Schweitzer JB, Park MR, Robertson JT: Early assessment of neurological deficits in the fluid percussion model of brain injury. J Neurotrauma 10(2):121-33, 1993.

Shibata M, Einhaus S, Schweitzer JB, Zuckerman S, Leffler CW: Cerebral blood flow decreased by adrenergic stimulation of cerebral vessels in anesthetized newborn pigs with traumatic brain injury. J Neurosurgery 79(5):696-704, 1993.

Schweitzer JB, Park MR, Einhaus SL, Robertson JT: Ubiquitin marks the reactive swellings of diffuse axonal injury. Acta Neuropathol 89(5):503-7, 1993.