John A Jane Jr, MD
- General Neurological Surgery Appointment
- Neurological Surgery
- Research Interests:
Neuro-endocrinology, Pituitary tumors, Craniopharyngiomas, Craniofacial disorders, craniosynostosis, minimally invasive skull base surgery and endoscopic skull base surgery
- Clinical Practice:
- Acromegaly, Arnold-Chiari Syndrome, Astrocytoma, Brain Tumor-child, Chondrosarcoma, Cushing's Disease, Meningioma, Pituitary Adenomas, Spinal Stenosis, Spinal Tumors, Brain Tumors, Cholesterol Granuloma, Chordoma, Craniopharyngioma, CSF Rhinorrhea, Metastatic Tumors, Pituitary Cysts, Spinal Fusion, TSH Producing Adenoma, Spine, Skull Base Conditions, Cushing's Disease - Child, Pituitary, Pediatric Neurosurgery
- Professor of Neurological Surgery
John A. Jane, Jr. is a professor of neurosurgery and pediatrics. He attended college at the University of Chicago where he graduated with honors. He then returned to Virginia and attended medical school at the University of Virginia where he also completed his general surgery internship and began neurosurgical residency in 1997. After spending a year as a fellow in neurosurgery at Auckland Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, he returned to UVA to finish his chief year in neurosurgery. He then completed a pediatric neurosurgery fellowship acting as the chief fellow of pediatric neurosurgery at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. He became the director of the Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery at the University of Virginia in 2004.
Dr. Jane, Jr. specializes in the treatment of pediatric neurosurgery conditions including hydrocephalus, brain tumors, trauma and congenital spinal disorders. He also provides care for both adults and children with neuroendocrine tumors, including craniopharyngiomas and pituitary adenomas. He is a specialist in the neuro-endoscopic treatment of hydrocephalus, intraventricular brain tumors, pituitary adenomas and parasellar skull base tumors, including chordomas, chondrosarcomas and meningiomas. Dr. Jane performs over 100 transsphenoidal surgeries annually for parasellar tumors and has written and lectured extensively on the management of patients with pituitary tumors.
- 2008-2018 Best Doctors in America® List
- 2015 Bedside Manner Award, Our Health Magazine; First place
- University of Virginia, 1996
- Neurological Surgery, University of Virginia
- Neurological Surgery, Auckland Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand; Pediatric Neurological Surgery, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada