My name is Pankaj Gore. I’m a Neurosurgeon
with The Oregon Clinic. I am also Director of Brain Tumor and Skull Base Surgery with
the Providence Brain and Spine Institute. I went to medical school at Washington University
in St. Louis. I did my residency at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona.
I also did an enfolded fellowship in Cerebrovascular and Skull Base Surgery at the Barrow Neurological
Institute and I did another fellowship in Minimally Invasive Brain Tumor Surgery in
Sydney, Australia with Charlie Teo. I care for patients with a variety of neurosurgical
disorders. I specialize in the surgical treatment of brain tumors, skull base tumors, pituitary
tumors, and spinal cord tumors. Patients with these conditions face a challenging diagnosis.
I aim to provide the best possible medical and neurosurgical care, guided by evidence-based
medicine and delivered with technical expertise and compassion. I enjoy running and hiking,
and spending time with my family. I grew up on the east coast and my wife is from Spokane. We met in medical school and then did our training in Phoenix, Arizona. The northwest
was relatively unknown to me, but as soon as we visited here, we fell in love with it. I actually like both. The mountains are great in the winter, and the coast is the best in the summer.