Specialties: Adult brain tumors, including skull base and pituitary tumors, with a focus on minimally invasive approaches
Dr. Goldschmidt is a neurosurgeon specializing in adult skull base and pituitary tumors, with a focus on minimally invasive approaches.
His clinical research focuses on understanding neuroanatomy to improve surgical technique and facilitate access to complex lesions while minimizing patient impact. Dr. Goldschmidt also has a background and interest in basic science research, with a focus on developmental biology and mechanisms of tumorigenesis and neuroplasticity.
Dr. Goldschmidt is Latinx and a native Spanish speaker.
2009: MD, Buenos Aires University School of Medicine
2012-2015: PhD, Buenos Aires University School of Medicine
2015-2020: Residency, Neurosurgery, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
2017-2019: Fellowship, Skull Base, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
2020-2021: Postdoctoral Fellowship, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
2020: William P. Van Wagenen Fellow, American Association of Neurological Surgeons
2020: Radiosurgery Society Members in Training Award
2018: Preuss Award, Congress of Neurological Surgeons
2016: Best Research Abstract Award, North American Skull Base Society
2016: Charlie Kuntz Scholar Award, Spine Summit
2012: Best Poster Award, Argentinian Association of Neurosurgery
2012: Junior Award, Argentinian Association of Neurosurgery
2012: South American Young Researcher Award, Neurological Research Journal
2012: Tessler Award, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires
2011: Best Poster Award, Argentinian Association of Neurosurgery
2009: Gold Medal, Buenos Aires University School of Medicine
My mission is to help patients and their loved ones with dedicated and compassionate care.
Mi misión es ayudar a mis pacientes y a sus seres queridos con empatía y dedicación.