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Meet Hugh Moulding, MD, PhD, Chief of Neurosurgery
December 03, 2019

Dr. Moulding is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon dedicated to the diagnosis and surgical treatment of tumors of the brain and spine. As a member of St. Luke's Neurological Associates, he works closely with family physicians, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and neurologists to plan, coordinate and treat patients in a compassionate manner. 

“I focus on knowing my patients’ goals and comfort levels with treatment, so we keep their needs in focus as we address their disease,” says Dr. Moulding.  “We strive to improve their quality of life so they can return to what they want to be doing.”   

As Clinical Director of the St. Luke's Brain and Spine Tumor Center, he oversees the multi-disciplinary management of individuals who have been diagnosed with tumors of the brain and spine. The group uses innovative technologies to treat patients, including minimally invasive laser surgery, stereotactic radiation, immunotherapy, advanced brain mapping and image-guided tumor procedures. A number of clinical research trials are available in neuro oncology at St. Luke’s. 

Dr. Moulding completed a fellowship in neurosurgical and spine oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY, after a residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia. He earned his medical degree as well as his graduate degree in neuroscience at Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, DC, and his undergraduate studies were done in biology at UCLA. 

When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and their young daughters gardening, watching movies, and competing good-naturedly in the family football pool.

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