RONALD WILSON, MD

Radiosurgery

Dr. Wilson graduated from The University of Texas at Austin and was awarded the Margaret Jane McKinney Lewis Fellowship in Microbiology as an undergraduate.

After graduating from The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, he completed residencies in neurological surgery at the University of Utah and in pediatric neurological surgery at the Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has been a Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology at The University of Texas Medical Branch, a diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric¬†Neurosurgery and is a diplomate of the American Board of Neurological Surgery.

Dr. Wilson treats adult and pediatric patients at the Austin CyberKnife. He brings a unique perspective to stereotactic radiosurgery from his combined training in adult and pediatric neurological surgery and more than 35 years of experience. His other interests include clinical research, health information technology, and neurosurgical education.

Dr. Wilson provides comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, stereotactic radiosurgical procedures and follow-up for select diseases of the nervous system.