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Gregory W. J. Hawryluk, M.D., Ph.D.

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Languages

  • English

Clinical Details

Phone Number Clinical Office Address
(801) 585-6065
Clinical Neurosciences Center
175 North Medical Drive East
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Map
(801) 213-8840
Greenwood Health Center
7495 South State Street
Midvale, UT 84047
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Specialties

Bio

Dr. Hawryluk specializes in Complex Spinal Surgery, General Neurosurgery, Neurocritical Care as well as Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury. Dr. Hawryluk also serves as the Director of Neurosurgical Critical Care at University of Utah Healthcare and has extensive expertise in advanced neuromonitoring techniques. He completed his medical schooling at the University of Alberta, Canada where he was on the Dean's Honor roll and awarded a Medical Students' Association Involvement Award for his medical school volunteerism. Dr. Hawryluk completed his neurosurgery residency training at the University of Toronto, Canada and is Board Certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Neurosurgery. He completed subspecialty training at the University of California, San Francisco. He also completed a basic science Ph.D. in neural repair and regeneration, exploring the mechanism by which transplanted neural precursor cells augment recovery from spinal cord injury.

Dr. Hawryluk runs a molecular biology research laboratory at the University of Utah and has a strong background in clinical research. He contributes to medical academics at the highest level and is involved in writing both brain and spinal cord injury guidelines that set the world-wide standard for the management of neurotrauma patients. He also serves on the Guidelines Committee of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Congress of Neurological Surgeons. Dr. Hawryluk has been neurotrauma faculty at national and international neurosurgery meetings since he was a mid-level neurosurgical trainee.

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Neurosurgery - Assistant Professor
Neurology - Adjunct Assistant Professor
Academic Divisions Adult Neurosurgery
Board Certification Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (Neurology)

Academic Profile

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Neurosurgery - Assistant Professor
Neurology - Adjunct Assistant Professor
Academic Divisions Adult Neurosurgery
Board Certification Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (Neurology)

Academic Office Locations

Academic Office Phone Number Academic Office Address
(801) 581-6908 Clinical Neurosciences Center
175 North Medical Drive East
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Education

Education History

Type School Degree
Fellowship University of California, San Francisco
Neurotrauma and Complex Spinal Surgery
Fellow
Postdoctoral Fellowship University of Toronto
Postdoctoral Fellow
Doctoral Training University of Toronto
Ph.D.
Professional Medical University of Alberta
Medicine with Honours and Honours in Research
M.D.
Undergraduate University of Alberta
B.Med.Sci.

Publications

Selected Provider Publications

Journal Article

  1. Hawryluk GW, Phan N, Ferguson AR, Morabito D, Derugin N, Stewart CL, Knudson MM, Manley G, Rosenthal G (2016). Brain tissue oxygen tension and its response to physiological manipulations: influence of distance from injury site in a swine model of traumatic brain injury. J Neurosurg, 1-12.
  2. Guan J, Karsy M, Brock AA, Eli IM, Ledyard HK, Hawryluk GW, Park MS (2016). A prospective analysis of hypovitaminosis D and mortality in 400 patients in the neurocritical care setting. J Neurosurg, 1-7.
  3. Bowers CA, Kundu B, Hawryluk GWJ (2016). Methylprednisolone for Acute Spinal Cord Injury: An Increasingly Philosophical Debate. Neural Regen Res, 11(6), 882-885.
  4. Bowers CA, Kundu B, Rosenbluth J, Hawryluk GW (2016). Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries Favor Administration of Methylprednisolone. PLoS One, 11(1), e0145991.
  5. Garber S, Hawryluk G (2015). Provision of nutrients after acute spinal cord injury: the implications of feast and famine. Neural Regen Res, 10(7), 1061-2.
  6. Talbott JF, Whetstone WD, Readdy WJ, Ferguson AR, Bresnahan JC, Saigal R, Hawryluk GW, Beattie MS, Mabray MC, Pan JZ, Manley GT, Dhall SS (2015). The Brain and Spinal Injury Center score: a novel, simple, and reproducible method for assessing the severity of acute cervical spinal cord injury with axial T2-weighted MRI findings. J Neurosurg Spine, 23(4), 495-504.
  7. Hawryluk G, Whetstone W, Saigal R, Ferguson A, Talbott J, Bresnahan J, Dhall S, Pan J, Beattie M, Manley G (2015). Mean Arterial Blood Pressure Correlates with Neurological Recovery after Human Spinal Cord Injury: Analysis of High Frequency Physiologic Data. J Neurotrauma, 32(24), 1958-67.
  8. Hawryluk GW, Manley GT (2015). Classification of traumatic brain injury: past, present, and future. Handb Clin Neurol, 127, 15-21.
  9. Yuh EL, Hawryluk GW, Manley GT (2014). Imaging concussion: a review. Neurosurgery, 75 Suppl 4, S50-63.
  10. Hawryluk GW, Furlan JC, Austin JW, Fehlings MG (2014). Individual characteristics and management decisions affect outcome of anticoagulated patients with intracranial hemorrhage. World Neurosurg, 81(5-6), 742-51.
  11. Hawryluk GW, Spano S, Chew D, Wang S, Erwin M, Chamankhah M, Forgione N, Fehlings MG (2014). An examination of the mechanisms by which neural precursors augment recovery following spinal cord injury: a key role for remyelination. Cell Transplant, 23(3), 365-80.
  12. Karsy M, Hawryluk G (Submitted). Pharmacologic Management of Acute Spinal Cord Injury. Neurosurg Clin N Am.
  13. Guan J, Hawryluk G (Submitted). Targeting Secondary Hematoma Expansion in Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage – State of the Art. Front Neurol.

Book Chapter

  1. Hawryluk GW, Bullock MR (2015). Design of acute neuroprotection studies. In Handb Clin Neurol (128, pp. 761-78). Netherlands.
  2. Hawryluk GW, Tsai E (2015). Severe traumatic brain injury. In Harbaugh RE, Shaffrey C, Couldwell WT, Berger MS (Eds.), Neurosurgery Knowledge Update (Chapter 126, pp. 762-772). New York: Thieme.
  3. Hawryluk GWJ, Bullock R (In Press). Past, Present and Future of TBI Research. In Neurosurg Clin N Am. 2016 (Oct, 27(4)).
  4. Karsy M, Hawryluk GWJ (In Press). Guidelines for the Surgical Management of Traumatic Brain injury. In Jallo J, Loftus CM (Eds.), Neurotrauma Critical Care: Brain. New York: Thieme.
  5. Hawryluk G, Chou D (In Press). Posterior suboccipital and upper cervical exposure of the occipital cervical junction. In Fessler R, Sekhar L (Eds.), Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques: Spinal and Peripheral Nerve Surgery (2nd ed., Chapter 13). New York: Thieme.
  6. Hawryluk GW, Fehlings MG (In Press). Pathophysiology and Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury. In Winn HR (Ed.), Youman's Neurological Surgery (7th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier.
  7. Hawryluk GW, Zacko CJ (In Press). Neurochemical Pathomechanisms in Traumatic Brain Injury. In Winn HR (Ed.), Youman’s Neurological Surgery (7th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier.

Book Review

  1. Anzai Y, FInk K (03/02/2016). Book Review. [Review of the book Neurosurgery]. 78, 468-469.

Abstract

  1. Hawryluk GW, Phan N, Ferguson A, Morabito D, Derugin N, Stewart C, Knudson M, Manley GT, Rosenthal G (2015). 179 Brain Tissue Oxygen Tension and Its Response to Physiological Manipulations Is Dependent on Distance From Injury Site in a Swine Model of Traumatic Brain Injury [Abstract]. Neurosurgery, 62 Suppl 1, 225.
  2. Hawryluk G, Lau Darryl, Berven Sigurd, Chou Dean (2015). The Implications of Limited Decompression and Fusion or Decompression Alone Compared to Full Correction in Adult Deformity Surgery [Abstract]. Global Spine Journal.

Video/Film/CD/Web/Podcast

  1. Hawryluk G (01/29/2015). NFL Grade [Web]. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Healthcare. Available: healthcare.utah.edu.
  2. Hawryluk G (11/21/2014). Concussion [Web]. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Healthcare. Available: healthcare.utah.edu.
  3. Hawryluk G (08/21/14). In-case-of Concussion [Video]. Salt Lake City: Good4Utah. Available: http://www.good4utah.com/story/d/story/in-case-of-concussion/68123/Y5pdKsdDM0aE20Fu81JjcA.
  4. Hawryluk G (08/18/2014). Confusion, Controversy Surround Blood Thinner Pradaxa, Contributor [Web]. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Healthcare HealthFeed. Available: http://healthcare.utah.edu/healthfeed/posting.

Poster

  1. Hawryluk GW, Whetstone W, Saigal R, Ferguson A, Talbott J, Bresnahan J, Dhall S, Pan J, Beattie M, Manley G (2014). Higher Mean Arterial Blood Pressures Following Human Spinal Cord Injury Correlate With Greater Neurological Recovery. Poster session presented at National Neurotrauma Society Symposium, San Francisco, CA.

Global Impact

Global Impact

Education History

Type School Degree Country
Postdoctoral Fellowship University of Toronto
Postdoctoral Fellow Canada
Doctoral Training University of Toronto
Ph.D. Canada
Professional Medical University of Alberta
Medicine with Honours and Honours in Research
M.D. Canada
Undergraduate University of Alberta
B.Med.Sci. Canada

Career

Institution Description Country
University of Alberta Research Student Canada
University of Toronto Resident Physician, Neurosurgery Canada

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