Dr. Raymond Haroun, a native of Connecticut, completed his residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital where he also served as an Instructor of Neurological Surgery. During his training, he completed both a spine surgery and fellowship and has advanced training in neurological and complex spine surgery. Dr. Haroun uses the latest techniques and personalized treatments to reach the best possible outcomes for his patients.
As a medical student at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons — where his academic achievements led to his election to the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society — Dr. Haroun was awarded a prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute scholarship for his research in gene regulation at The National Cancer Institute. His highest honor has been receiving the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Award for humanism in medicine based on his delivery of kind and compassionate medical care.
Dr. Haroun is widely published, having authored more than 30 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and abstracts.
His interests have included complex spine surgery, brain and spine tumors, spinal cord stimulation, peripheral nerve entrapment, radiosurgery, and Chiari malformations.