松前 光紀／マツマエ ミツノリ
Dr. Mitsunori Matsumae is currently Professor and Chair of Neurosurgery at Tokai University School of Medicine, and Neurosurgeon in Chief at Tokai University Hospital in Kanagawa, Japan. Dr. Matsumae earned his medical degree from the Tokai University School of Medicine in 1982, after which he completed his residency at the National Medical Center Hospital in Tokyo. After his residency, during Postgraduate School of Tokai University, focusing on cerebrospinal fluid circulation. Dr. Matsumae also practiced general neurosurgery, and his primary activities in the field of neurosurgery grew to encompass the management of head injury, brain tumor surgery, and new imaging techniques. In 1990, he relocated from Japan to the United States, where he was a research fellow of Neurosurgery at Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School.
- Age-related changes in intracranial compartment volumes in normal adults assessed by magnetic resonance imaging. J Neurosurg 84:982-991, 1996
- Research into the Physiology of Cerebrospinal Fluid Reaches a New Horizon: Intimate Exchange between Cerebrospinal Fluid and Interstitial Fluid May Contribute to Maintenance of Homeostasis in the Central Nervous System. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo) 56:416-441, 2016
- World's first magnetic resonance imaging/x-ray/operating room suite: a significant milestone in the improvement of neurosurgical diagnosis and treatment. J Neurosurg 107: 266-273, 2007
- Velocity and pressure gradients of cerebrospinal fluid assessed with magnetic resonance imaging. J Neurosurg 120: 218-227, 2014