Mobasser Elected President of Goodman Campbell Brain And Spine

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Dr. Jean-Pierre Mobasser Dr. Jean-Pierre Mobasser

Dr. Jean-Pierre Mobasser (pictured), a neurosurgeon specializing in minimally invasive spine surgery, has been elected to serve as president of Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine. He is the third president of the practice. Mobasser serves as vice chair of the IU Department of Neurological Surgery. He will serve a three-year term, replacing Dr. Mitesh V. Shah, who held the position for six years. Dr. Shah will continue to practice with Goodman Campbell.

In addition to being a practicing physician for more than 14 years, he is an assistant professor of clinical neurological surgery. Mobasser obtained his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia and completed his residency in neurosurgery and fellowship in complex and minimally invasive spine surgery at the University of Tennessee. He specializes in image-guided spinal navigation and minimally invasive spine surgery, and has lectured all over the world on these subjects. His clinical interests include back and neck pain, spine trauma, spinal tumor surgery, degenerative spinal conditions and artificial disc surgery.

Mobasser has also served as an unaffiliated neurotrauma consultant to the NFL for the past three years, and is currently the team neurosurgeon for the Indiana Pacers.

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