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Ryan A. Zengou, M.D.

Dr. Ryan Zengou is a neurosurgeon who graduated from the UConn School of Medicine. He treats a wide range of problems, including those pertaining to the brain, spine and peripheral nervous system. He has a particular interest in conditions related to cerebrovascular disease as well as skull base and tumor surgery including both primary brain tumors as well as metastatic disease. Dr. Zengou returns to the UConn Health Center following extensive training at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. While at Rush he received training in the latest techniques to address complex disorders of the brain and spine including minimally invasive spine surgery as well as endoscopic approaches to the skull base.

Appointment

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery, UConn Health Center
  • Division of Neurosurgery

Specialty

Subspecialty

  • Cerebrovascular Diseases
  • Complex Spine Disease
  • Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors

Education
B.S., Eastern Connecticut State University
M.D., University of Connecticut School of Medicine

State Licensure
Connecticut

Residency
Rush University Medical Center: Neurological Surgery

Selected Publications
Alexander Ksendzovsky, Douglas Feinstein, Ryan Zengou, Anthony Sharp and Paul Polak, et al Investigation of immunosuppressive mechanisms in a mouse glioma model. Journal of Neuro-Oncology, 2009, Volume 93, Number 1, Pages 107-114.

Mehrotra Shikhar, Chhabra Arvind, Chakraborty Abolokita, Chattopadhyay Subhasis, Slowik Mark, Stevens Robert, Zengou Ryan, Mathias Clinton, Butterfield Lisa H, Dorsky David I, Economou James S, Mukherji Bijay, Chakraborty Nitya G Antigen presentation by MART-1 adenovirus-transduced interleukin-10-polarized human monocyte-derived dendritic cells. Immunology. 2004; 113(4): 472-81.

Mehrotra S, Chhabra A, Chakraborty A, Chattopadhyay S, Slowik M, Stevens R, Zengou R, Mathias C, Butterfield LH, Dorsky DI, Economou JS, Mukherji B, Chakraborty NG Antigen presentation by MART-1 adenovirus-transduced interleukin-10-polarized human monocyte-derived dendritic cells. Immunology. 2004; 113(4): 472-81.

Research Interests

Clinical Research

  • Immunosuppressive mechanisms of malignant gliomas.
  • Immunomodulation strategies for the treatment of malignant gliomas.

Office Locations

New England Musculoskeletal Institute
UConn Health Center
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030

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Southington Medical Office
1115 West Street
Southington, CT 06489

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