Dag Moskopp
Neurosurgery
Director, Department of Neurosurgery

Prof. Dr. med. Dag Moskopp

Specialization
  • Cancer and other microneurosurgery Surgery
  • Special expertise in pituitary surgery (Cushing, acromegaly, prolactinoma, Nelson Tumor, Chiasma syndrome, hormonal insufficiency)
  • Cerebral aneurysms and AVMs
  • Acoustics
  • Spine (tumor, degeneration, trauma) all procedures, all approaches
  • Interdisciplinary team for complex diseases (eg. phaeochromocytoma-paraganglioma syndrome)
  • Conservative treatment
  • Systematic follow up

Full Spectrum

  • Oncology
    • Brain, pituitary, posterior cranial fossa
    • Acoustics, orbita
    • Skull base/cranio-cervical junction
    • Spine, medulla
    • Peripheral nerves
  • Vascular (Skull and Spine)
    • Aneurysm/AVM
    • Extra-intracranial microanastomosis (Yasargil)
    • CSF/Hydrocephalus
    • All microsurgical and endoscopic procedures
  • Spine
    • Degeneration, oncology, vascular diseases, trauma
    • Instability
    • Developmental anomalies
  • Pain
    • JanettaYs neurovascular decompression
    • Intrathecal pump systems
    • Peripheral Nerves
    • Compartment, tumor
  • Trauma
    • Brain, skull base, spine
    • Intensive care management

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2007
Director of the Department of Neurosurgery at the Vivantes Friedrichshain Hospital, Berlin, Germany

2005
Edition of the “Handbook of Neurosurgery” 2nd edition together with Hansdetlef Wassmann. Multiple periods of subspecialization at University Centers of Erlangen, Magdeburg,Germany, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and London, UK

2000
Professor in Neurosurgery, Academic Teacher of the Years 1999 & 2004, University of Muenster, Germany

1991
Pituitary surgery

1989
Neurosurgeon, European Examination (EANS)

Memberships

  • German society of Neurosurgery (DGNC)
  • Examined as specialis by the European

Awards & Honors

  • Grants by DAAD, Wilhelm Tönnis Stiftung