UCNS Announces New Neuro-oncology Diplomates

10-21-21 The United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) is pleased to announce the names of the physicians who passed the 2021 UCNS Neuro-oncology Certification Examination.  

Demonstrating their expert knowledge in Neuro-oncology, 43 physicians passed the subspecialty‚Äôs UCNS certification examination and now hold the distinction of being UCNS Diplomates. There are currently 326 physician Diplomates certified in Neuro-oncology.

Congratulations to the following new diplomates certified in Neuro-oncology:

Ashley Elimar Aaroe, MD Mary Jane Lim Fat, MD 
Iyad Alnahhas, MD  Justin Low, MD 
Brian Magne Andersen, MD Maria Jill MacDonald, MD 
Marissa Ann Barbaro, MD  Nazanin Majd, MD 
Alipi Bonm, MD  Divya Mella, MD 
Ivan Darin Carabenciov, MD  Alexander C. Mohler, MD 
Elizabeth Coffee, MD  Donna Molaie, MD 
Christine Alexis Cordova, MD  Alexander Ou, MD 
Ahmad Daher, MD  Peter Chei-way Pan, MD 
Husain Danish, MD  Surabhi Ranjan, MD 
Myreille D'Astous, MD  Lindsay Jade Robell, MD 
Maria Diza Ordonez, MD  Erika Santos Horta, MD 
Kevin Bradford Elmore, MD  Fernando Santos-Pinheiro, MD 
Ekokobe Fonkem, DO  Sasmit Sarangi, MBBS 
Joshua Friedman, MD  Jessica D. Schulte, MD 
Justin Goranovich, MD  Kaylyn Sinicrope, MD 
Matthias Holdhoff, MD, PhD  Matthew A. Smith-Cohn, DO 
Maya Hrachova, DO Kate Elizabeth Therkelsen, MD 
Amandeep Kalra, MD, FACP  Zachary Vaslow, MD 
David Olayinka Kamson, MD  Jessica Alice Wilcox, MD 
Albert Kim, MD  Maxim Yankelevich, MD 
Peter Kim, MD  

Physicians in the United States and Canada who meet the eligibility requirements may apply for certification in Neuro-oncology. The next Neuro-oncology certification examination will take place in 2023. A complete list of all diplomates certified in Neuro-oncology, UCNS-accredited training programs, and information about Neuro-oncology certification, can be found at www.ucns.org.