Rose Ella Burkhardt Brain Tumor & Neuro-Oncology Center

The Rose Ella Burkhardt Brain Tumor and Neuro-Oncology Center is a nationally recognized leader in the diagnosis and treatment of primary and metastatic spine, nerve, and brain tumors, and their effects on the nervous system. Annually, the Burkhardt Brain Tumor Center physicians record approximately 8,000 patient visits and perform more than 900 surgeries.

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About the Center

About the Center

Learn why patients choose to come to our center, including a list of our annual reports, current news and videos and how to give back to our center.

Types of Tumors

Types of Tumors

View a current list of the tumors we treat in our center.

Diagnostics & Testing

Diagnostics & Testing

How we diagnose our patients using a combined approach of neuroimaging services and neuropathology techniques.

Treatment & Services

Treatment & Services

We offer treatment for both benign and malignant tumors. Learn more about the treatment options we offer.

Our Doctors

Our Doctors

View a list of Rose Ella Burkhardt Brain Tumor and Neuro-Oncology Center's treating physicians.

Appointments

Appointments

Request an appointment or refer a patient to our Brain Tumor and Neuro-Oncology Center.

Research & Clinical Trials

Research & Clinical Trials

In our center we focus on translational research that creates two-way communication between laboratory researchers and physicians.

Patient Education

Patient Education

Read patient success stories and a find a support group that is right for you or your loved one.

For Medical Professionals

For Medical Professionals

Refer a patient or learn about our Gamma Knife Training Courses.

Patient Resources

NewsMore

Researchers and advocates work together to advance glioblastoma understanding and treatment

Dr. David Peereboom comments on a brain tumor surgery study

Cleveland Clinic physicians reach new heights on Mt. Kilimanjaro

Cleveland Clinic physicians Glen Stevens, DO, PhD, (Burkhardt Brain Tumor Center) and Alan Taege, MD, (Department of Infectious Disease), along with each of their sons, recently traveled to Africa to hike to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. To many this feat, in and of itself, is amazing. But for Dr. Steven's son Ryan, who is legally blind, it is a true accomplishment.

Dental x-rays may be linked to benign brain tumors

Glen Stevens, DO, PhD discusses the recently published study linking dental x-rays to incidents of meningiomas brain tumors.

Minimally invasive neurosurgical techniques to remove brain tumors

Learn more about a less-invasive brain surgery that allows for tumor removal through the nose and mouth. Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Violette Recinos, MD, comments on this new approach.

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