Kenneth Crandall, MD is a board-eligible neurosurgeon. Most recently, Dr. Crandall completed a complex and minimally invasive spine surgery fellowship at the University of Miami Department of Neurosurgery. Before that, he served as chief resident in neurosurgery at both the University of Maryland Medical Center and the VA Hospital in Baltimore.
Dr. Crandall received his medical degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and completed a neurosurgery residency at University of Maryland Medical Center. His awards include the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, an American Cancer Society summer research fellowship and a U.S. Congressional Award. In addition to doing research, he has co-authored numerous book chapters and peer reviewed journal articles. He served in the Civil Air Patrol of the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary.
Dr. Crandall also serves as an Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Maryland.