He has been the principal investigator for a number of clinical studies and served as the director of cerebrovascular and endovascular neurosurgery at George Washington University. His accomplishments include numerous awards and nearly 100 peer-reviewed publications, oral presentations, book chapters, patents and abstract presentations.Clinical articlesThe most critical kind of aneurysm... (video)The next-generation brain aneurysm repairNow surgeons can see scans through a microscopeBrain aneurysm: When to clip, when to coilUnruptured intracranial aneurysms: indications for treatmentPubMed listingFeaturedThe Washington PostKOIN, KGW, KPTV Ruptured brain aneurysm, KOIN
Neurosurgeon, Providence Cranial and Spine Services
Dr. Deshmukh received extensive neurosurgery training at Barrow Neurological Institute, including a residency and three fellowships with a focus in spine, endovascular and cerebrovascular/skull base surgery. He is board-certified.