Andrew J. Kokkino, M.D.
Dr. Kokkino graduated from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago in 1992 and completed a surgical internship at the University of Cincinnati Medical School. He completed a neurosurgical residency followed by chief residency at the University of Cincinnati-Mayfield Clinic program. During his residency, he completed an American Cancer Society fellowship in neurooncology.
After his chief residency, Dr. Kokkino finished a clinical fellowship in surgical neurooncology. In 1999, he was an assistant professor in the department of neurosurgery at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago, where he focused on treatment of brain tumors.
Dr. Kokkino joined Oregon Neurosurgery Specialists in 2000. While practicing all aspects of neurosurgery, he focuses on the treatment of brain and special tumors. Patients benefit from the latest technologic advances in surgical neurooncology, such as frameless image-guidance, intraoperative ultrasound, intracavitary chemotherapy, and interstitial brachytherapy. Dr. Kokkino continues to develop minimally-invasive techniques in spinal surgery.
Andrea Halliday, M.D.
Dr. Andrea Halliday is a Board Certified Neurosurgeon who graduated from Harvard Medical School and trained in Neurosurgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital, a Harvard teaching hospital. She then completed a fellowship in Complex Spine Surgery with Dr. Edward Benzel, a world renowned expert in the field of spine surgery. She was one of the first surgeons in Texas to use minimally invasive techniques to treat spinal disorders. She has published and lectured extensively on diseases of the spine and brain.
Neil Roundy, M.D.
Dr. Roundy is a University of Arizona honors graduate, and completed both his internship and residency here in Oregon, at Oregon Health Sciences University. Dr. Roundy joined Oregon Neurosurgery Specialists in 2014. In addition to general neurosurgery, he has a special interest in neuro-oncology, neuroendoscopy, minimally invasive brain and spine, movement disorders and peripheral nerve surgery.
Daniel S. Hutton, D.O.
Board certified in neurological surgery by the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, Dr. Hutton has published and lectured extensively on a national level. He enjoys practicing all areas of neurological surgery, but focuses on the surgical treatment of the spine. Dr. Hutton believes in a holistic approach, thoroughly counseling his patients on all surgical and nonsurgical treatment options available.
Dr. Hutton earned his medical degree from Oklahoma State University in Tulsa in 2003. He completed his neurological surgery internship and residency at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, California, one of the nationís busiest trauma centers. After graduation, he completed an AO ASIF complex spinal and reconstructive surgery fellowship at University of California Davis. While there, he focused on the surgical treatment of spinal degeneration, deformity, traumatic injuries and minimally invasive approaches to the spine.
Jodi Hanauska, BS, BS, PA-C
Jodi is a native of Eugene. She graduated from Willamette University in 1995 with a degree in Exercise & Movement Science-Athletic Training. She went on to earn her Physician Assistant degree at Alderson-Broaddus College in West Virginia in 2000. She returned to Eugene and practiced in the field of Orthopedic Surgery for 5 years with Orthopedic Healthcare Northwest, now known as Slocum Orthopedics.
Jodi joined Dr. Andrew Kokkino and Oregon Neurosurgery Specialists in January 2006. She is board certified through the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants and is licensed through the Oregon Board of Medicine.
Alan Garcin, ACNP-BC
Alan graduated from California State University Los Angeles in 2013 with a Nurse Practitioner degree. He joined Dr. Daniel Hutton and Oregon Neurosurgery Specialists in 2015 and practiced with the PeaceHealth Neuro Hospitalist team for the year preceding joining our group. He is a board certified Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and is licensed through the Oregon Board of Medicine.