John DePowell, MD a neurosurgeon from Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine, has been practicing for greater than ten years. He completed his undergraduate work at Kenyon College in Gambier, OH. After completion he went on to the University of Cincinnati where he completed his medical degree and residency. Dr. DePowell finished his fellowship in Complex Spinal Neurosurgery, at Barrow Neurological Institute, in Phoenix, AZ. He currently is Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery, at Indiana University Dept. Neurological Surgery.
Eric Horn, MD
Eric M. Horn, MD, PhD, specializes in complex spine conditions, minimally invasive spine surgery, spine tumors, degenerative spine disorders and spine trauma with Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine. Dr. Horn is an assistant professor of neurological surgery and the director of spinal neurosurgery with Indiana University Department of Neurological Surgery in Indianapolis. He received his medical degree from the University of Illinois Medical Scholars Program and his PhD from University of Illinois Neuroscience Program. In addition, Dr. Horn completed his residency from Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, and completed two fellowships there; one in spinal neurosurgery and one in spine trauma surgery.
Saad Khairi, MD
Dr. Saad Khairi is a neurosurgeon for Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine. He graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1997 and has been practicing for eighteen years. Dr. Khairi treats the following conditions: spine trauma, complex and routine disc replacements, degenerative spine, adolescent and adult spine deformity, scoliosis and metastatic and primary tumors. He belongs to the following professional organizations: North American Spine Society, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Spine Arthroplasty Society Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Indianapolis Medical Society, Indiana State Medical Association.
Daniel Kim, M.D.
Daniel Kim, MD, is a board certified neurosurgeon who specializes in complex spine surgery. He attended medical school and completed his neurosurgical residency at the Indiana University School of Medicine and Indiana University, respectively. Dr. Kim has a neurosurgical focus on disorders of the spine. He is interested in all aspects of spinal care, including: degenerative conditions, trauma, revision surgeries, deformity and spine tumors. He uses both open and minimally invasive techniques in the operating room, and he embraces the latest technology to make spinal surgery as safe and effective as possible.
Dr. Kim has published on multiple neurosurgical topics and continues to be active with academic research. He currently serves as an editor for the International Journal of Spine Surgery.
In his free time, Dr. Kim enjoys the outdoors, barbequing, fishing and playing golf.
Shannon McCanna, MD
Dr. McCanna, is a neurosurgeon and works for Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine. He attended medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine and also completed his residency and fellowship in complex spinal surgery from IU. He belongs to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.
Jean-Pierre Mobasser, MD
Jean-Pierre Mobasser, M.D. is a neurological surgeon at Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine. He is board certified and specializes in minimally invasive and complex spine surgery. Dr. Mobasser received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta in 1998 and is involved in both clinical spine research and lab projects to assess the latest techniques in spine surgery, predominantly focusing on the advancement of spinal fusion techniques. He has also served as a spinal consultant to the NFL and is the team neurosurgeon for the Indiana Pacers.
Eric Potts, MD
Eric A. Potts, MD is a Neurosurgeon practicing in the Indianapolis area. He graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1995 and has been practicing for 20 years. He completed a residency at the University of Maryland Medical System and currently practices at Goodman Campbell Brain And Spine. Dr. Potts is affiliated with Community Hospital East, Franciscan St Francis Health Indianapolis and Howard Regional Health System Main Campus as well as the North Meridian Surgery Center.
Kenneth Renkens, M.D. (Retired)
Kenneth Renkens, M.D. provides treatment for common spine complications in the neck and back, including pinched nerves, herniated discs and degenerative disc disease. He also treats more complex problems such as spine and spinal cord tumors. As a Neurosurgeon who specializes in spinal surgery at Indiana Spine Group, he treats a variety of complications and spinal cord disorders with spinal cord decompressions and/or fusions.
Dr. Renkens received his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts. After an internship in General Surgery at Boston University Hospital, he completed a residency in Neurosurgery at Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston. Dr. Renkens received additional training in spinal instrumentation in Paris, France.
He is Board Certified in Neurological Surgery by the American Board of Neurological Surgery, a Diplomat of the American Board of Neurological Surgery, and a Clinical Instructor for Orthopaedic Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Dr. Renkens’ professional memberships include the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, North American Spine Society, and the Indiana State Medical Association.
Richard B. Rodgers, M.D.
Dr. Richard B. Rodgers received his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN, where he also completed an internship and a residency in neurological surgery. Following residency, he was a Harvey Cushing Clinical Fellow at Miami Miller School of Medicine in Miami, FL, and completed a clinical fellowship in neurotrauma and neurocritical care. Dr. Rodgers is a board-certified neurological surgeon.
Dr. Rodgers abstracts and journal publications center on his areas of clinical practice and research, including minimally invasive and complex spine surgery, and spine trauma and tumors. He presents and moderates sessions at regional, national, and international conferences, and in 2014 served as course director for the Acute Care in Neurotrauma Symposium held in Indianapolis.
Dr. Rodgers is an active member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the Indiana State Medical Association, and the National Neurotrauma Association, among other groups. He serves on the executive committee for the Joint Section on Neurotrauma and Critical Care. He has been a medical officer of the National Medical Disaster System since 2012.