Daniel A. Orringer, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Neurological Surgery

Areas of Interest

Dr. Orringer's research is focused on improving the delineation of brain tumors during surgery.  He is collaborating with pioneers in vibrational microscopy to develop an imaging modality called Coherent Raman Scattering microscopy that will enable surgeons to visualize brain tumor cells in the operative field, without the need for removing or staining tissue. He is also investigating the use of Coherent Raman Scattering microscopy as a means to study the biology of brain tumors.  His clinical research interest focus on examining the factors that affect extent of resection in glioma surgery.

Clinical Interests

Glioma surgery.


Medical School

Ohio State University College of Medicine & Public Health, 2004


Neurosurgery, The University of Michigan, 2011


Image-Guided Therapy, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, 2012

Published Articles via PubMed