In his free time, he enjoys ultra-running, concerts, and finding an excuse to be outdoors.

Locations

Monday: All day
Tuesday: All day
Wednesday: All day
Thursday: All day
Friday: All day
Saturday: All day
Sunday: All day
Monday: All day
Tuesday: All day
Wednesday: All day
Thursday: All day
Friday: All day
Saturday: All day
Sunday: All day

Qualifications and experience

Specialties
Brain and Nervous System, Brain and Nervous System - Brain Tumors, Brain and Nervous System - Deep Brain Stimulation, Brain and Nervous System - Epilepsy, Brain and Nervous System - General Neurosurgery, Brain and Nervous System - Hydrocephalus, Brain and Nervous System - Movement Disorders, Brain and Nervous System - Parkinson's Disease, Brain and Nervous System - Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries, Brain and Nervous System - Trigeminal Neuralgia
Gender
Male
Languages spoken
Spanish
English
Education
Fellowship
Stanford University Program (2020)

Internship
University of Southern California/LAC+USC Medical Center Program (2013)

Medical School
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (2012)

Residency
University of Southern California/LAC+USC Medical Center Program (2019)

Undergraduate
Northwestern University (IL) (2006)

Clinical interest for patients

Dr. Kramer has a clinical interest in surgical treatments for movement disorders, epilepsy, and facial pain. He has a particular interest in resections for epilepsy, laser therapy, responsive neural stimulators, MR-guided focused ultrasound treatments, new applications for deep brain stimulation, and microvascular decompressions for disorders like trigeminal neuralgia.

Research interest for patients

His research areas are focused on the interpretation of neural signals and the communication between brain areas, particularly to produce movement and somatosensation. He spent a dedicated research year under an NIH grant at CalTech, working on brain computer interface, where the human brain interfaces directly with machines to restore motor and sensory function to paralyzed individuals, and went on to continue this type of work at Stanford. He is currently collaborating to develop a brain computer interface program at CU.