Subu Magge, MD, FAANS is director of Complex Spinal Surgery at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center. He completed his medical training at Yale University, where he was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. He joined Lahey Clinic after completing his neurosurgical training and subspecialty training in Complex Spinal Surgery at Brigham and Women’s and Children’s Hospitals in Boston. He has been practicing at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center for over 12 years and has been named multiple times in Boston Magazine’s Top Docs issues. Dr Magge’s clinical and research interests center on improving patient outcomes in spinal surgery. He is active in major neurosurgical professional societies and has authored numerous book chapters and papers published in peer-reviewed publications.Research Interests: Comparative effectiveness research, cost-effectiveness research, application of neurophysiologic monitoring to enhance surgical safety
Neurosurgery Patient Outcomes IN Treating Spinal Disorders (NEUROPOINT-SD) Prospective registry of patients with radiculopathy requiring surgery sponsored AANS/CNS Joint Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves. Nerve Root Study Direct stimulation of spinal nerve roots to determine patterns of sensory and motor innervation.
Laminectomy versus Lumbar Instrumented Fusion for symptomatic degenerative spondylolisthesis (SLIP) study: randomized prospective multicenter trial. Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy Trial: prospective multicenter trial examining best surgical treatment for symptomatic cervical spondylotic myelopathy.
Members of Lahey Clinic's Department of Neurosurgery are actively engaged in pioneering research. Here, find out the latest on recently conducted—and published—studies.