Clinical Focus

  • Neurosurgery

Academic Appointments

  • Clinical Instructor, Radiology
  • Clinical Instructor, Neurosurgery

Professional Education

  • Fellowship: Stanford University Dept of Neurosurgery (2022) CA
  • Residency: Royal Australian College of Surgeons (2021) Australia
  • Residency: Royal Melbourne Hospital (2013) Australia
  • Internship: Royal Melbourne Hospital (2010) Australia
  • Medical Education: University of Tasmania (2008) Australia
  • Board Certification: Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Neurosurgery

All Publications

  • Application of FLOW 800 in extracranial-to-intracranial bypass surgery for moyamoya disease. Neurosurgical focus: Video Yim, B., Gauden, A. J., Steinberg, G. K. 2022; 6 (1): V16


    The surgical treatment of moyamoya disease is heavily reliant upon a real-time understanding of cerebral hemodynamics. The application of FLOW 800 allows the surgeon to semiquantify the degree of perfusion to the cerebral cortex following extracranial-to-intracranial (EC-IC) bypass surgery. The authors present three illustrative cases demonstrating common intraoperative findings prior to and following anastomosis using FLOW 800. All patients were diagnosed by catheter angiogram with moyamoya disease and noninvasive imaging demonstrating hemispheric hypoperfusion. Superficial temporal artery (STA)-to-middle cerebral artery (MCA or M4) bypasses were performed to augment intracranial perfusion. The patients tolerated the procedures well and were discharged without event in stable neurological condition. The video can be found here:

    View details for DOI 10.3171/2021.10.FOCVID21191

    View details for PubMedID 36284597

    View details for PubMedCentralID PMC9555355