Daniel T. Warren, BSc MD MSc FRCSC

Clinical Instructor

Contact:

Clinical Office : Victoria General Hospital
605 Discovery Street
Victoria, BC V8T 5G4
Phone: 250-383-3638 ext. 2

Summary

Dr. Daniel T. Warren is on Clinical Faculty within Island Health and currently serves as the Education Director for Neurosurgery within Island Medical Program. He is the director of UBC Neurosurgery Resident Education at the Victoria site. Dr. Warren has developed and is the director of a General and Complex Spinal Neurosurgery Fellowship in Victoria which trains 1-2 Neurosurgeons annually.

Dr. Warren completed his undergraduate education at the University of Alberta and subsequently completed his Doctor of Medicine and Master of Science in Neuroscience at the University of Calgary. He completed his training in Neurosurgery in Vancouver at UBC. Dr. Warren was awarded the Felix Durity Scholarship and utilized this to complete a Master of Public Administration at the Robert Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University. Concurrently he completed a Complex Spine and Spinal Deformity Fellowship at New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases.

Since joining the Division of Neurosurgery within Island Health, Dr. Warren has coordinated the development of a non-profit foundation for the advancement of neurosurgical education and patient care known as the Vancouver Island Neurosurgical Foundation (VINF).

Clinical Interests:

Dr. Warren practices general neurosurgery and focuses his elective practice on the management of complex disorders of the adult spine with a primary interest in Adult Spinal Deformity surgery. He also manages a transitional neurosurgery and adult hydrocephalus clinic for patients graduating from British Columbia Children’s Hospital.

Research Interests:

Dr. Warren is interested in studying cost-effectiveness in the delivery of spine care and clinical outcomes in the management of Adult Spinal Deformity. He has developed a research program to work with the Fellowship program and is a contributing member to the Canadian Spine Outcomes Research Network (CSORN).