Mr Jeremy Rowe completed his basic medical training, a specialist Medical Research Council fellowship using magnetic resonance techniques and his specialist neurosurgical training in Oxford. During these periods, he developed a specialist interest in stereotactic neurosurgery. He brought this experience to Sheffield, developing an innovative functional stereotactic neurosurgical practice, and joining the Sheffield Stereotactic Radiosurgery Department in 2001.
Since then, Mr Rowe has completed several thousand radiosueery treatments and has published on this practice, with a particular emphasis on skull base pathology, oncogenesis and neuro-oncology, and conditions associated with abnormal tumour suppressor genes. As a result he has gained international recognition as a lecturer and tutor in this stereotactic radiosurgical practice. Since 2018, his clinical practice has become exclusively stereotactic radiosurgery.
Gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery with specific interests in skull base pathologies, (including trigeminal neuralgia) and neurooncology, including the active management of cerebral metastatic diesse
- Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (England)
- Member of. The British Radiosurgical Society, and the European Gamma