Arianne Boylan attended Wellesley College where she earned her BA in Biology. She earned her MD at the Yale School of Medicine and completed additional graduate work as a research fellow with Dr. Murat Gunel. She wrote her thesis on the proteomics and genomics of cerebral cavernous malformations.
She started her Neurological Surgery training at the University of Colorado and transferred to Wayne State in 2014.
Complex Spine, Spine Oncology, Trauma, Neurointensive Care
Wilkinson, C.C. & Boylan, A.J. Proposed Caudal Appendage Classifcation System; Spinal Cord Tethering Associated With Sacrococcygeal Eversion. Childs Nerv Syst (2016). doi:10.1007/s00381-016-3208-x
Winston, Stence, Boylan, Beauchamp. Upward Translation of Cerebellar Tonsils Following Surgical Expansion of Supratentorial Cranial Vault: A Unified Biomechanical Explanation of Chiari Type I. Pediatric Neurosurgery 2015;50(5):243-9.
Finn, Boylan, Anderson. Cervical Arthroplasty. In: Operative Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery. Sam Wiesel (Eds). LWW, Phil. 2nd ed. 2015
Pinski SE, Boylan A, Witt JP, Vanderheiden T, Stahel PF. Central Spinal Cord Syndrome. In: Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine. Vincent JL, Hall J (Eds.) Springer, Heidelberg, pp.513-6. 2012
Kleinschmidt-DeMasters BK, Boylan A, Capocelli K, Boyer PJ, Foreman NK. Multinodular leptomeningeal metastases from ETANTR contain both small blue cell and maturing neuropil elements.Acta Neuropathol. 2011 Dec;122(6):783-5.
Tanriover G, Boylan AJ, Diluna ML, Pricola KL, Louvi A, Gunel M. PDCD10, the gene mutated in cerebral cavernous malformation 3, is expressed in the neurovascular unit. Neurosurgery. 2008 Apr;62(4):930-8.
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Detroit Medical Center
University of Colorado
Yale Medical School
New Haven, Connecticut
BA, Biological Science