Nicholas Levine, M.D.
Dr. Levine is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at MD Anderson Cancer Center, with subspecialty interests in open and endoscopic skull base surgery and complex intracranial neurosurgery. His surgical interests include tumors of the skull base, vestibular schwannomas, intraventricular tumors, pineal region tumors and craniopharyngiomas.
Dr. Levine has taught at national skull base courses on surgical approaches and anatomy. He is fellowship trained in skull base surgery and cerebrovascular surgery. Dr. Levine is the Director of the Microsurgical and Endoscopic Center for Clinical Applications (MECCA) Laboratory. He calls the lab his field of dreams, read more about its purpose and how he started it.