A graduate of Cornell University Medical College, Dr. Philip Rosenthal has written numerous articles published in peer-reviewed journals like Spine, Brain Research, and Neurosurgery. His most recent coauthored article, which examines the role of fusion in the adjacent segment pathology, appeared in the July 2013 issue of World Journal of Orthopedics. Dr. Philip Rosenthal has also co-authored presentations at major neurosurgery conferences, including the 2012 Asian-Pacific Cervical Spine Society Meeting.
Dr. Rosenthal began his career after completing a neurosurgery fellowship under the direction of Joseph Maroon, MD, at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A diplomat of the American Board of Neurological Surgery, the professional spent more than a decade as a solo practitioner in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently, Dr. Philip Rosenthal studies at the University of California, Davis, Medical Center. In his studies at the center’s Department of Neurosurgery, he serves as a co-principal investigator for a research project involving surgical treatments of fixed cervical kyphosis.
Outside of his professional life, Dr. Philip Rosenthal maintains a range of hobbies, which include aviation. Bilingual, he speaks English and French fluently.