SAUL S. SCHWARZ, MD FACS
1971-1974 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1974-1976 B. A. Princeton University
1981 M.D. Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1981-1982 Internship, General Surgery, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland
1982-1983 General Medical Officer, Department of Surgery Naval Regional
Medical Center Okinawa, Japan
1983-1988 Resident, Neurosurgery, National Naval Medical Center,
1987 Epilepsy Surgery Fellow, Yale University
1988-1990 Head, Department of Neurosurgery, Naval Hospital Oakland Oakland, California
1990-1992 Chief, Neurosurgery Service Tripler Army Medical
Center Honolulu, Hawaii
2002 Completed service as Commander, US Navy Medical Corps
1992-2002 Johnson Neurological Clinic High Point, North Carolina
1996-2000 Chief of Surgery, High Point Regional Hospital, North Carolina
2002-2018 Department of Neurosurgery, Colorado Kaiser Permanente
2004-2010 Regional Department Chief, Neurosurgery, Colorado Kaiser Permanente
2005-present Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, University of
Colorado Health Sciences
2004-present Neurosurgery Expert, Colorado Board of Medical Examiners
2012-present Neurosurgery Expert, Wyoming Board of Medical Examiners
1982 National Board of Medical Examiner, #251961
1984 Medicine and Surgery, New York State, #158301
1990 Physician and Surgeon, State of California, #G 068049
1990 Diplomate, American Board of Neurological Surgery
1992 North Carolina State Medical License, #R22463
1992 Fellow, American College of Surgeons
2002 Colorado State Medical License, #40690
1983 Congress of Neurological Surgeons
1985 American Epilepsy Society
1989 San Francisco Neurological Society
1990 Hawaii Association of Neurological Surgeons
1990 American Association of Neurological Surgeons
1992 American Medical Association
1992 North Carolina Medical Society
1992 American College of Surgeon
1993 North Carolina Neurosurgical Society
1994 Southern Neurosurgical Society
1997 North American Spine Society
2002 Colorado Neurosurgical Society
2011 Rocky Mountain Neurosurgical Society
2012-2015 Secretary-Treasurer, Colorado Neurosurgical Society
2016- Vice President, Colorado Neurosurgical Society
2016- American Epilepsy Society
Schwarz SS, Fisher WS, Pulliam MW, Weinstein AR: Thoracic Chordoma in a patient with paraparesis and ivory vertebral body. Neurosurgery 16:100-102, 1985.
Johnson DL, Fitz C, McCullough DC, Schwarz SS: Perimesencephalic cistern obliteration: a CT sign of life threatening shunt failure. J Neurosurgery 64:386-389, 1986.
Schwarz SS, Freed WJ: Inhibition of quisqualate-induced seizures by glutamic acid diethyl ester and anti-epileptic drugs. J Neural Transmission 67:191-203, 1986.
Johnson DL, Schwarz SS: Intracranial metastases from malignant spinal cord astrocytoma. J Neurosurgery 66:621-625, 1987.
Schwarz SS, Freed WJ: Brain tissue transplantation in neonatal rats prevents a lesion-induced syndrome of adipsia, aphagia and akinesia, Exp Brain Res 65:449-454, 1987.
Schwarz SS, Freed WJ: Neonatally transplanted brain tissue protects the adult rat from a lesion-induced syndrome of adipsia, aphasia and akinesia. Ann NY Acad Sci 495:786-787, 1987.
Freed WJ, Spoor HE, De Beaurepaire R, Greenberg JA, Schwarz SS: Embryonic substantia nigra grafts. Factors controlling behavioral efficacy and reinnervation of the host striatum, Ann NY Acad Sci 495:581-594, 1987.
Schwarz SS, Spencer DD, Novelly RA, Spencer SS, Sass K. Williamson PD: Preservation of vertebral and visual-spatial memory after anteromedial temporal lobectomy and radical hippocampectomy for temporal lobe epilepsy. Abstr: American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Toronto, 1988: submitted for publication, J. Neurosurgery.
Schwarz SS, Freed WJ: Intracerebral neurotransmitter replacement therapy for Parkinson's disease. In skalak R, Fox CF (eds.) Tissue Engineering. Proceedings of the 1988 Western Winter Workshop, Plenum Press, N.Y., 1988.
Spencer SS, Schwarz SS, Spencer DD: The treatment of epilepsy with surgery. Merritt-Putnam Quarterly 5:3-19, 1988.
Partington JP, Schwarz SS, Rash FC, Hardey TR: Approach to a dominant medial temporal neoplasm in a two year old child with intractable epilepsy: case report. Abstr: Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Atlanta, 1989.
Simmonds GW, Schwarz SS, Krauthamer E, Freed WJ: Effects of adrenal medulla grafts in neonatal rat hosts on subsequent bilateral substantia nigra lesions. Restorative Neurol Neurosci 1: 315-322, 1990.
Schwarz SS: Neurological aspects of cervical disc disease. In Gilman S, Goldstein G, Waxman S (eds.) Medlink Neurology, Arbor Publishing, San Diego, 1998. (Revised yearly)
Schwarz SS: Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy. In Gilman S, Goldstein G, Waxman S (eds.) Medlink Neurology, Arbor Publishing, San Diego, 2008. (Revised yearly)
Schwarz SS: Thoracic Disc Herniation. In Gilman S, Goldstein G, Waxman S (eds.) Medlink Neurology, Arbor Publishing, San Diego, 2012 (Revised yearly)
Schwarz SS: Epidural Hematoma. In Gilman S, Goldstein, G, Waxman S (eds.) Medlink Neurology, Arbor Publishing, San Diego, 2012 (Revised yearly)
Drees C, McDermott D, Sillau S, Abosch A, Ojemann S, Schwarz S, Brown M-G Seizure outcome with responsive neurostimulation (RNS) comparing strip versus depth leads. Epilepsy Behav Nov 2020