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Eric J. Woodard, MD
Assistant Professor Surgery
Harvard University School of Medicine
Boston, MA

About Eric J. Woodard, MD

Dr. Eric Woodard is Assistant Professor in Surgery at Harvard Medical School. He holds hospital positions as surgeon in neurological surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Children's Hospital. He is a consulting neurosurgeon at Massachusetts General.

Dr. Woodard received a medical degree from Pennsylvania State University. He completed his internship in general surgery, and a residency and chief residency in neurological surgery at Emory University. Following his chief residency, Dr. Woodard was a spine fellow at the Medical College of Wisconsin

Dr. Woodard holds membership in the following professional societies: the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Joint Section of the AANS/CNS, Spine and Peripheral Nerve, American Medical Association, and the AO North America.

Dr. Woodard has contributed 14 chapters to medical books, published two abstracts, and is author of 10 original reports. He has presented over 70 special lectures addressing his major research interests including clinical application of intra-operative MRI in spinal surgery, adjunctive devices for stabilization of the spine, and molecular biology of bony fusion.

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