Dennis London, MD

Dr. Dennis London grew up in New Jersey and graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University with an A.B. in Molecular Biology with certificates in Quantitative Computational Neuroscience and in Biophysics. At Princeton, Dr. London studied the neural basis of decision-making in animal models in the lab of Dr. Carlos Brody. He then completed the accelerated 3-year MD program at NYU School of Medicine and is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. At NYU, Dr. London worked with Dr. Alon Mogilner to study how deep brain stimulation affects decision-making in Parkinson's disease, and he worked with Dr. Werner Doyle to study the electrophysiologic predictors of seizure freedom in epilepsy surgery. Dr. London is continuing to pursue these research interests as a resident and believes that the neurosurgery program at NYU provides the optimal combination of research and clinical practice. In his free time, Dr. London enjoys skiing, hiking, and spending time with friends and family.