Morgantown, WV, May 30, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Charles L. Rosen, a neurosurgeon whose expertise is focused on cranial base and neurovascular surgery, as well as complex intradural tumors of the third ventricle, posterior fossa, and spinal cord, announced today the launch of his website, drcharlesrosen.com
. This site offers information on brain tumor surgery, aneurysm surgery, the effects of concussions to the brain, and headaches.
The website has a clean, uncluttered design, user-friendly functionality and enhanced rich content that includes video and written testimonials from Dr. Rosen’s patients and colleagues.
Dr. Rosen most recently served as Department Chair of Neurological Surgery at West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine from 2012 through 2017, following his 2011 appointment as Interim Department Chair.
He joined the faculty at WVU in 2001 and held various positions in the WVU Department of Neurosurgery, including vice chair, program director of the neurosurgery training program, director of research and the neurosurgical research laboratories, and director of cranial base surgery.
Dr. Rosen also specializes in aneurysms, cranial base tumors, meningiomas, neurovascular surgery (including clipping of aneurysms), as well as stroke research and traumatic brain injury.
"I am excited about the new website and the robust information it provides for neurosurgery patients and their families," said neurosurgeon, Dr. Rosen. “The site will continue to expand with blogs, news and videos addressing brain tumors and brain injuries.”
Dr. Rosen’s Curriculum Vitae and his video introduction are included on the website.
For more information on neurosurgery and to learn more about Dr. Rosen, visit drcharlesrosen.com