Andrew W. Grande, MD

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Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery
Co-director, Earl Grande Stroke and Stem Cell Laboratory
"I am reaffirmed every day and whether or not it is a good or bad outcome, we as neurosurgeons are given the privilege to step into people’s lives at amazing times. When we help a patient, often times we help save their life."

Andrew Grande, MD, is a neurosurgeon who is always looking to advance the profession through new technology and treatment options. A native Minnesotan, Grande enjoys caring for Minnesotans and feels a great sense of community and affinity to the University of Minnesota. His clinical interests are in the treatment of cerebral vascular diseases using either open vascular or endovascular techniques. He has specific interests in the treatment of complex aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) and Moya Moya disease. Grande also treats trigeminal neuralgia and regularly collaborates with other departments to determine the best treatment options for his patients. Grande also co-directs the Earl Grande Stroke and Stem Cell Laboratory at the University of Minnesota. 

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