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Johnathan Engh, MD

Associate Professor

Neurological Surgery


Neuroendoport® Surgery Program​
Adult Neurosurgical Oncology

Areas of Interest

  • Central nervous system tumors
  • Minimally invasive neurosurgery
  • Neurosurgical technology and innovation
  • Cranial neuroanatomy
Jonathan Engh, MD | UPMC Neurosurgeon


Dr. Engh is assistant professor of neurological surgery and director of the Neuroendoport® surgery program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

Dr. Engh specializes in multi-modality management of brain and spinal tumors, including minimally invasive Neuroendoport surgery, intraventricular tumor surgery, intra-operative cortical mapping, and microscopic tumor resection.

The Neuroendoport technique is a minimally invasive method for brain tumor removal developed at UPMC. He also performs radiosurgery using the Gamma Knife® and the CyberKnife.

From a research perspective, Dr. Engh's major interests are percutaneous intracerebral navigation, white matter imaging, and development of minimally invasive tools for cranial surgery.

Dr. Engh holds a medical degree from the University of Virginia and completed the seven-year residency program in neurological surgery at UPMC. He is board-certified in neurological surgery. Dr. Engh is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, and the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute.

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