Whitney Sheen James, MD, Neurosurgery, Prescott, AZ

WhitneyAllisonSheen JamesMDMHS

Neurosurgery Prescott, AZ

Physician

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Summary

  • Dr. Whitney James | Prescott | Neuromodulatory Surgery

    Outpatient surgical solutions to alleviate brain, spine, and peripheral nerve damage caused by chronic pain, cancer, and other maladies in Prescott, Arizona.

Education & Training

  • University of Arizona
    University of ArizonaResidency, Neurological Surgery, 2012 - 2018
  • University of Arizona
    University of ArizonaInternship, Transitional Year, 2012 - 2013
  • Yale University School of Medicine
    Yale University School of MedicineClass of 2012

Certifications & Licensure

  • AZ State Medical License
    AZ State Medical License 2015 - 2022

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • Doximity Scholar Doximity, 2018

Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Journal Articles

  • Long-term outcomes of tissue-based ACTH-antibody assay-guided transsphenoidal resection of pituitary adenomas in Cushing disease.  
    Erfe JM, Perry A, McClaskey J, Inzucchi SE, James WS, Eid T, Bronen RA, Mahajan A, Huttner A, Santos F, Spencer D, J Neurosurg
  • Aneurysms of the Proximal Segment of the Anterior Cerebral Artery: A New Classification System with Corresponding Therapeutic Options.  
    Ding X, Nisson PL, James WS, Lawton MT, Ren S, Jia L, Ji H, World Neurosurg
  • A socioeconomic analysis of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring during spine surgery: national use, regional variation, and patient outcomes.  
    James WS, Rughani AI, Dumont TM, Neurosurg Focus
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Authored Content

  • Neurosurgeons Have Feelings, TooNovember 2019
  • Why Black and Blue Are the Colors of NeurosurgeryNovember 2019
  • 7 Ways Attendings Can Restore Resident Physician AutonomyFebruary 2018
  • 7 Ways Attendings Can Restore Resident Physician AutonomyFebruary 2018
  • 7 Ways Attendings Can Restore Resident Physician AutonomyFebruary 2018
  • Dear ACGME, Primum Non Nocere: Response to “Being a Doctor Is Hard. It’s Harder for Women.”February 2018
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  • Spanish, French