University of Minnesota, Graduate in Neurosurgery, Minneapolis, MN 06/1972
George Washington University, Graduate School Pharmacology, Washington DC, 1969
University of Chicago Hospital, Internship, Chicago, IL 11/63-64
State University of New York, Physiology, Buffalo New York, 1963
John Hopkins University, Doctor of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 1962
Master of Physiology 1964
Doctor of Philosophy (Pharmacology)
Practice in Neurological Surgery and academic research and education.
Congress of Neurological Surgeons
American Association of Neurological Surgeons
Dr. James Ausman is in academic and private practice in surgical neurology. He is a medical expert for a local TV news broadcast as well as involved in medical education for the PBS pilot and series " the Leading Gen: What will you do with the rest of your life?" He has been involved with numerous National and World committees serving towards improving health in the field of Neurological Surgery. He is currently the Editor in Chief for Surgical Neurology International. He also is a Clinical Professor for Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA.
Among the long list of awards and honors, he adds a multitude of research studies and publications in neurosurgery. He has demonstrated quite an scholarly mind with over 200 published research works in neurosurgery. In a more recent publication, he raised the question "Do we want survival statistics or quality of life measurements?"