You Deserve

The Most Advanced Brain Tumor Care

Be Confident You’re Getting the Best Care for You

We are nationally recognized leaders in brain tumor treatment, known for delivering personalized care that’s meticulously designed to give our patients the best outcomes and quality of life.

Our team is proud to direct and lead the award-winning Gerald J. Glasser Brain Tumor Center at Atlantic Health System. The Glasser Center performs the most brain surgeries in New Jersey and is an international destination for brain tumor care, caring for more than 1,000 families each year.

Access Every Brain Tumor Expert You May Need

Our multidisciplinary approach combines the expertise of a coordinated team of brain tumor experts – including specialized brain tumor and skull-base surgeons, neuro-oncologists, radiation oncologists, neurologists, neuro-radiologists, neuro-pathologists, medical oncologists, physiatrists, social workers and more – so you get the most comprehensive and effective treatment available.

Leading the Way in Safe, Effective Treatments

We use cutting-edge technology and novel therapies to deliver treatment that’s highly effective and preserves healthy brain tissue. This includes minimally invasive treatment options, complex image-guided brain tumor surgery, awake brain mapping, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, clinical trials and more.

  • Brain Tumor Surgery

  • Skull Base Surgery

  • Neuro-Oncology

  • Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS)

  • Clinical Trials

  • Support Groups

Hope Lives Here

  • When the CyberKnife radiosurgery program opened at Overlook Medical Center in 2004, it was considered a novel technological advancement. Today, our center is the largest CyberKnife program in New Jersey.

  • Next-generation sequencing – similar to a search engine that combs through thousands of genes to find abnormalities in the single one that causes a patient’s cancer – is revolutionizing brain cancer care. An intimate understanding of a tumor’s mutations, or lack thereof, means more personalized and effective treatment plans.

  • Basil Figliano, an electrician from Bridgewater, New Jersey, had perfect vision his entire life. In fact, he went for his first ophthalmologist appointment at the age of 56. Over the next few months, Basil felt his vision getting drastically worse.

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