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Thomas K. Mattingly, M.D., M.Sc.

Thomas K. Mattingly, M.D., M.Sc.

Neurosurgery, Surgery, Cancer

UR Medicine Faculty The University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group (URMFG) consists of over 900 specialist and primary care providers spanning 19 departments. URMFG is certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
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Locations

Neurosurgery

2180 South Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14618

Neurosurgery

395 West Street, Suite 007
Canandaigua, NY 14424

Neurosurgery

7995 Call Parkway
Batavia, NY 14020

About Me

Certified Specialties

Neurological Surgery - American Board of Neurological Surgery

Faculty Appointments

Assistant Professor - Department of Neurosurgery (SMD)

Assistant Professor - Department of Imaging Sciences (SMD) - Joint

Assistant Professor - Department of Neurology (SMD) - Joint

Credentials

Residency & Fellowship

Fellowship, Neurosurgery, University Hospital (Canada). 2011 - 2013

Residency, Neurosurgery, University of Maryland Hospital for Children. 1999 - 2004

Internship, Surgery (General Surgery), University of Maryland Hospital for Children. 1998 - 1999

Education

MS | University of Western Ontario (Canada). 2013

MD | UT Health San Antonio. 1998

Awards

Neurosurgery Resident/Fellow Prize. 2013 - 2013

Gates Pharmaceuticals Award for Medicine. 1998

Alpha Omega Alpha. 1997

Outstanding Performance in Medicine. 1997

Carl A Kline Award for Pathology. 1996

Publications

Journal Articles

High-fidelity, simulation-based microsurgical training for neurosurgical residents.

Santyr B, Abbass M, Chalil A, Vivekanandan A, Krivosheya D, Denning LM, Mattingly TK, Haji FA, Lownie SP

Neurosurgical focus.. 2022 August 53 (2):E3. Epub 1900 01 01.

The Complex Relationship Between Cooling Parameters and Neuroprotection in a Model of Selective Hypothermia.

Mattingly TK, McDavid A, Wolf A, Lieber G, Solar R, Lee D, Lownie SP

Frontiers in neurology. 2022 13 :874701. Epub 04/25/2022.

Mobile stroke care expedites intravenous thrombolysis and endovascular thrombectomy.

Bender MT, Mattingly TK, Rahmani R, Proper D, Burnett WA, Burgett JL, LEsperance J, Cushman JT, Pilcher WH, Benesch CG, Kelly AG, Bhalla T

Stroke and vascular neurology.. 2021 December 24 Epub 12/24/2021.

Delayed Aneurysm Clip Migration from the Posterior Fossa to the Thoracic Spinal Canal.

Kiwan R, Jukes A, Peck D, Sharma M, Mattingly T, Lownie SP

The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques.. 2021 April 16 :1-4. Epub 04/16/2021.

Neuroprotection by selective endovascular brain cooling - the TwinFlo™ Catheter.

Solar RJ, Mattingly T, Lownie SP, Meerkin D

EuroIntervention : journal of EuroPCR in collaboration with the Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the European Society of Cardiology.. 2019 May 20 Epub 05/20/2019.

Letter to the Editor. Treatment of ophthalmic artery aneurysms.

Mattingly TK, Lownie SP

Journal of neurosurgery.. 2019 March 8 :1-2. Epub 03/08/2019.

Cold blood perfusion for selective hypothermia in acute ischemic stroke.

Mattingly TK, Lownie SP

Brain circulation.. 2019 5 (4):187-194. Epub 12/27/2019.

Cooling Catheters for Selective Brain Hypothermia.

Mattingly TK, Pelz DM, Lownie SP

AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology.. 2016 May 37 (5):E45. Epub 03/10/2016.

Catheter based selective hypothermia reduces stroke volume during focal cerebral ischemia in swine.

Mattingly TK, Denning LM, Siroen KL, Lehrbass B, Lopez-Ojeda P, Stitt L, Pelz DM, Das S, Ang LC, Lee DH, Lownie SP

Journal of neurointerventional surgery.. 2016 April 8 (4):418-22. Epub 02/12/2015.

Failure of aneurysm occlusion by flow diverter: a role for surgical bypass and parent artery occlusion.

Mattingly T, Van Adel B, Dyer E, Lopez-Ojeda P, Pelz DM, Lownie SP, Marotta T, Boulton M

Journal of neurointerventional surgery.. 2015 April 7 (4):e13. Epub 03/13/2014.

Visual outcomes and ophthalmic aneurysms.

Mattingly TK, Pelz DM, Lownie SP

AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology.. 2015 April 36 (4):E32. Epub 01/29/2015.

Visual outcomes for surgical treatment of large and giant carotid ophthalmic segment aneurysms: a case series utilizing retrograde suction decompression (the "Dallas technique").

Mattingly T, Kole MK, Nicolle D, Boulton M, Pelz D, Lownie SP

Journal of neurosurgery.. 2013 May 118 (5):937-46. Epub 03/22/2013.

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