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Emanuela Binello, MD, PhD, ScD

Attending Neurosurgeon,
Boston Medical Center

Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery,
Director of Neurosurgical Oncology,
Boston University School of Medicine

Special Interests
Brain tumors, spine tumors, pituitary surgery, stereotactic radiosurgery, complex and minimally invasive spine surgery, peripheral nerve surgery

CV Highlights
Biography
Publications

CV Highlights

Medical School
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA (2006)

Residency
Intern, General Surgery, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York (2007)
Resident, Neurosurgery, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York (2012)
Chief Resident, Neurosurgery, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York (2013)

Fellowship
Research Fellow, Brain Tumor and Gene Therapy Laboratory, Department of Neurosurgery, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York (2011)

Post-graduate
Department of Nuclear Engineering, MIT, Cambridge, MA (SM 1996, PhD 1999)
Medical Engineering and Medical Physics Program, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Cambridge, MA (ScD 2004)

Board Certifications
Board-eligible (American Board of Neurological Surgery)

Biography

Dr. Binello completed her medical education at Harvard Medical School and was in the Health Sciences and Technology (HST) society.  At the same time, she completed a doctorate of science in HST through the Medical Engineering and Medical Physics program of the Harvard-MIT Division of HST, including extensive experience as a clinical teaching assistant and clinical trial coordinator.  This was the culmination of her educational experience in the Boston area, having previously completed a bachelor's degree in Russian Studies, and bachelor’s, master’s and doctor of philosophy degrees in Nuclear Engineering at MIT.

Dr. Binello then completed her residency training in New York City at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.  This involved one year as a general surgery intern, followed by six years as a neurosurgery resident, the last year of which she served as Chief Resident.  She gained significant operative experience with a high-volume and wide variety of neurosurgery cases at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan, as well as its affiliated level one trauma center in Queens. She trained in pituitary surgery with Dr. Kalmon Post, widely recognized for his expertise in this area. During residency, Dr. Binello also served as a research fellow in the Brain Tumor and Gene Therapy Laboratory at Mount Sinai. She was awarded first place for best resident research presentation two years in a row by the New York State Neurosurgical Society and was the recipient of the Kalmon D. Post Publication Award at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

In July 2013, Dr. Binello joined the Boston Medical Center Department of Neurosurgery. Her clinical expertise encompasses brain and spine surgery, as well as pituitary and peripheral nerve surgery. She has presented and published her work at the state, national and international levels. Dr. Binello was named as Director of Neurosurgical Oncology, based on her achievements in this area.  She is a member of several professional societies, including the Congress of Neurosurgery, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Society for Neurooncology and the Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society.

Publications

E. Binello, E. Mormone, L. Emdad, H. Kothari, I. M. Germano. Characterization of fenofibrate-mediated anti-proliferative pro-apoptotic effects on high-grade gliomas and anti-invasive effects on glioma stem cells. Journal of Neurooncol 2014; Feb 4 E-pub ahead of print.

E. Binello, S. Green, I. M. Germano. Radiosurgery for high-grade glioma. Surg Neurol Int 2012; 3:118-126.

E. Binello, Z. A. Qadeer, H. P. Kothari, L. Emdad, I. M. Germano. Stemness of the CT-2A immunocompetent mouse brain tumor model: characterization in vitro. J Cancer 2012; 3:166-174.

E. Binello, I. M. Germano. Stem cells as therapeutic vehicles for the treatment of high-grade glioma. Neuro-Oncol 2012; 14:256-265.

E. Binello, I. M. Germano. Targeting glioma stem cells: a novel framework for brain tumors. Cancer Sci 2011; 102:1958-1966.

E. Binello, C. Cunliffe, K. D. Post, G. M. Kleinman. Prolactin-cell adenoma with signet-ring cells: a case report. Clin Neuropathol 30:192-196, 2011.

E. Binello, J. B. Bederson, G. M. Kleinman. Hemangiopericytoma – collision with meningioma and recurrence. Neurol Sci 3:625-30, 2010.

E. Binello, I. M. Germano. Tonsillary carcinoma after temozolomide treatment for glioblastoma multiforme: dual pathology or treatment-related?  J Neuro-Oncol  94:145-148, 2009.

E. Binello, R. N. Mitchell, O. K. Harling. T cell uptake for the use of boron neutron capture as an immunologic research tool. Applied Radiation and Isotopes 61:959-962, 2004.

E. Binello, C.M. Gordon. Clinical uses and misuses of dehydroepiandrosterone. Curr Opin Pharmacol 3:635-641, 2003.

E. Binello, S. Shortkroff, A. Jones, C. Viveiros, A. Ly, C. B. Sledge, A. Davison, R.E. Shefer, J.C. Yanch. Research  in boron neutron capture synovectomy. In: International Conference: Neutrons in Research and Industry, Eds G. Vourvopoulos, Proceedings SPIE, Bellingham, Volume 2867, pp. 68-71, 1997.



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