Éric P. Roger, MD, BSc, FRCS(C)
3980A Sheridan Drive
Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery
University at Buffalo Neurosurgery
State University of New York
Dr. Roger joined University at Buffalo Neurosurgery in the summer of 2006, after completing a 2-year fellowship in spinal surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Spine Institute, and further training at the Montreal Neurological Institute. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada, for which he is board certified in neurosurgery.
Currently, Dr. Roger's clinical practice is focused on spinal diseases of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions. He has special expertise in minimally invasive technologies and advanced spinal instrumentation.
Dr. Roger is the director of spine clinical outcomes at UBNS. His research interests include tracking patient outcomes for both surgical and non-surgical treatment modalities. He is highly vested in the training and education of neurosurgery residents and medical students.
University of Ottawa
Montreal Neurological Institute, Neurosurgical Residency
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Spine Surgery Fellowship
Dr. Roger is interested in minimally invasive spine surgery. Additionally, his clinical interests include interspinous distraction for lumbar spinal stenosis as well as complex cervical, thoracic and lumbar surgeries.
Dr. Roger is the director of spine clinical outcomes at UBNS. He is a consultant for the design team for the second generation SP-Fix device, which is made by Globus Medical. Dr. Roger is also an educational and training consultant for Globus Medical and Medtronic.
View a partial list of Dr. Roger's publications through the National Library of Medicine's PubMed online database.