Kalmon D Post, MD
- PROFESSOR | Neurosurgery
- PROFESSOR | Oncological Sciences
- PROFESSOR | Medicine
Dr. Post, the Leonard I. Malis, M.D. / Corinne and Joseph Graber Professor, previously served as the Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at Mount Sinai. He also chaired the Faculty Practice Associates and The Medical Board. Dr. Post is currently the Program Director for the Neurosurgery Residency Program at Mount Sinai and Surgical Co-Director of the Pituitary Care and Research Center.
Dr. Post began his academic career in 1976 as an Instructor of Neurosurgery at Tufts University School of Medicine.He left Tufts four years later as Associate Professor to join the faculty at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons as an Associate Professor. Named Vice-Chairman of that Department in 1984, Dr. Post was promoted to Professor in 1987. In 1991 he moved to Mount Sinai. He has been President of the New York Neurosurgical Society and the New York State Neurosurgical Society and is presently on the Editorial Board of Neurosurgery.
Dr. Post is internationally known for his work and results treating pituitary and parasellar tumors, as well as cerebello-pontine angle tumors, particularly acoustic neuroma with hearing preservation. He is a member of the Endocrine Society and was a m ember of the Board of Directors of the Pituitary Society. In 2009 he received the award as Endocrinologist of the Year from the Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology at Mount Sinai.
- Acoustic Neuroma
- Arnold-Chiari Syndrome
- Brain Tumor And Brain Cancer
MD, NYU Medical Center
Residency, Surgery/Neurosurgery, Bellevue Hospital Center
Endocrinologist of the Year 2009
Best Doctors in the New York Metro Area
America's Top Doctors
Award for dedication to mentoring and support of women in neurosurgery
Faculty teaching award from class of 1979
Alpha Omega Alpha Society
Long term clinical outcome studies of acoustic neuroma and pituitary tumor patients.
Laboratory studies involving the molecular biology of pituitary tumors.
- Does Surgical Debulking Pituitary Adenomas Improve Responsiveness to Octreotide LAR in the treatment of acromegaly: An investigator-initated study
- The purpose of this study is to see whether pituitary surgery (called debulking) improves the response to a medication called Sandostatin LAR in subjects with acromegaly. Sandostatin LAR (also call Octreotide LAR) is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the pur...
- Molecular Analysis of Pituitary Tumors
The purpose of this study is to examine human pituitary tumor specimens to better understand the formation of pituitary tumors. Patients may qualify for participation in the study if they have a pituitary tumor that they have elected to remove surgically.
Geer EB, Shen W, Gallagher D, Punyanitya M, Looker HC, Post KD, Freda PU. MRI Assessment of Lean and Adipose Tissue Distribution in Female Patients with Cushing's Disease. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 2010 June;: Epub ahead.
Gandhi CD, Christiano LD, Eloy JA, Prestigiacomo CJ, Post KD. The historical evolution of transsphenoidal surgery: facilitation by technological advances.. Neurosurg Focus 2009 Sept; 27(3): E8.
Reid TJ, Post KD, Bruce JN, Nabi Kanibir M, Reyes-Vidal CM, Freda PU. Features at diagnosis of 324 patients with acromegaly did not changes from 1981-2006: Acromegaly remains under-recognized and under-diagnosed. . Clinical Endocrinol 2009 May; 72(2): 203-208.
Jehle S, Walsh J, Freda PU, Post KD. Selective use of bilateral inferior petrosal sinus sampling in patients with adrenocorticotropin dependent Cushing's syndrome prior to transsphenoidal surgery.. J. Clin Endocrinol Metab 2008 Sept; 93(12): 4624-4632.
Neurologic complications of inferior petrosal sinus sampling. AJNR 2008 Apr; 29(4): 760-765.
Freda PU, Chung WK, Matsuoka N, Walsh JP, Kanibir MN, Kleinman G, Wang Y, Bruce JN, Post KD. Analysis of GNAS mutations in 60 GH secreting pituitary tumors: correlation with clinical and pathological characteristics and surgical outcome based on highly sensitive GH and IGF-1 criteria for remission.. Pituitary 2007; 10(3): 275-282.