An assessment of data and methodology of online surgeon scorecards. Xu LW, Li A, Swinney C, Babu M, Veeravagu A, Wolfe SQ, Nahed BV, Ratliff JK.. J Neurosurg Spine. 2017;26(2):235-242.
A survey of intracranial aneurysm treatment practices among United States physicians. Fargen KM, Soriano-Baron HE, Rushing JT, Mack W, Mocco J, Albuquerque F, Ducruet AF, Mokin M, Linfante I, Wolfe SQ, Wilson JA, Hirsch JA.. J NeuroInterv Surg. 2017;():.
Predicting mortality and independence at discharge in the aging traumatic brain injury population using data available at admission. Miller PR, Chang MC, Hoth JJ, Hildreth AN, Wolfe SQ, Gross JL, Martin RS, Carter JE, Meredith JW, D'Agostino R Jr.. J Am Coll Surg. 2017;224(4):680-685.
Tracking career paths of women in neurosurgery. Renfrow JJ, Rodriguez A, Wilson TA, Germano IM, Abosch A, Wolfe SQ.. Neurosurgery. 2017;():.
A multicenter study evaluating the frequency and time requirement of mechanical thrombectomy. Wilson TA, Leslie-Mazwi T, Hirsch JA, Frey C, Kim TE, Spiotta AM, Leacy R, Mocco J, Albuquerque FC, Ducruet AF, Cheema A, Arthur A, Srinivasan VM, Kan P, Mokin M, Dumont T, Rai A, Singh J, Wolfe SQ, Fargen KM.. J NeuroInterv Surg. 2017;():.
Positive trends in neurosurgery enrollment and attrition: analysis of the 2000-2009 female neurosurgery resident cohort. Renfrow JJ, Rodriguez A, Liu A, Pilitsis JG, Samadani U, Ganju A, Germano IM, Benzil DL, Wolfe SQ.. J Neurosurg. 2016;124(3):834-839.
The best and the brightest [editorial response]. Wolfe SQ.. J Neurosurg. 2016;124(3):832-833.
Stent retriever thrombectomy with aneurysm in target vessel: technical note. Singh J, Wolfe SQ.. Interv Neuroradiol. 2016;22(5):544-547.
Training and career aspects of female neurosurgical residents in Europe response [letter]. Renfrow JJ, Wolfe SQ.. J Neurosurg. 2016;125(5):1319-1320.
Balloon-augmented Onyx embolization of cerebral arteriovenous malformations using a dual-lumen balloon: a multicenter experience. Spiotta AM, James RF, Lowe SR, Vargas J, Turk AS, Chaudry MI, Bhalla T, Janjua RM, Delaney JJ, Quintero-Wolfe S, Turner RD.. J NeuroInterv Surg. 2015;7(10):721-727.
Anchor technique: use of stent retrievers as an anchor to advance thrombectomy catheters in internal carotid artery occlusions. Singh J, Wolfe SQ, Janjua RM, Hedayat H, Burnette C.. Interv Neuroradiol. 2015;21(6):707-709.
Gauging the feasibility of cost-sharing and medical student interest groups to reduce interview costs. Lieber BA, Wilson TA, Bell RS, Ashley WW Jr, Barrow DL, Wolfe SQ.. Neurosurg Focus. 2014;37(5):E11.
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Associate Professor, Neurosurgery
Minimally Invasive Surgery, Skull Base Surgery, Cerebrovascular Surgery, Moya Moya Disease, Trauma Surgery, Arteriovenous Malformation Gluing and Surgery, Acute Stroke Intervention, Aneurysm Coiling, Carotid Artery Stenting, Spine Surgery, Endovascular Neurosurgery, Aneurysm Surgery
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