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Seth Joseffer, M.D. is a board certified neurosurgeon who treats disorders and diseases of the brain and spine. Dr. Joseffer specializes in the application of minimally invasive surgical procedures where applicable. He has advanced training and experience in cranial and spinal surgery.
A native to the northeast, Dr. Joseffer became fascinated with the functionality of the brain after witnessing his first brain surgery during his undergraduate studies at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He went on to pursue a medical degree from New York University Medical School, where he graduated with Alpha Omega Alpha honors, the equivalent to Phi Beta Kappa. He completed his residency at NYU Department of Neurosurgery under Dr. Patrick Kelly in 2005 and received special training in minimally invasive spine surgery. He went on to receive Gamma Knife Radiosurgery training at the Cleveland Clinic.
As a Princeton Brain and Spine Care physician, Dr. Joseffer is focused on providing his community with exceptional health care. He is dedicated to upholding a “Patient First” approach and believes that his patients deserve specialized, unhurried, one-on-one attention. He regards the doctor-patient relationship as sacred and strives to provide all patients with compassion and expertise.
Dr. Joseffer serves as the Chief of Neurosurgery at the prestigious and State of the Art University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, New Jersey.
Dr. Joseffer has made significant contributions to the medical community as a member of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. In addition, he has given numerous presentations in the United States and Canada. As an active contributor to medical research, he has published several articles in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, the American Journal of Neuroradiology, and Neurosurgery: Official Journal of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.
In his spare time he is a dedicated runner who also enjoys golfing and hiking. Dr. Joseffer and his wife Patty reside in Princeton. They are happy to be closer to family and fulfilling his dream of practicing patient-centered brain and spine care.
Update: In May 2014, we were pleased to receive notification that Dr. Joseffer has been recommended to receive recognition as a "Gold Doc". This program is an initiative of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation and is intended to honor physicians showing "exemplary skill, sensitivity and compassion" in addition to outstanding medical skills.
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