Director, Surgical Neurophysiology Program
Iom Division Chief
Medical Clerkship Director
Dr Gonzalez completed his internship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and residency training at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington DC. Dr. Gonzalez also has a business degree from the USC Marshall School of Business, and completed two neurophysiology fellowships with an emphasis in Intraoperative Neurophysiology at UCLA and Harvard Medical School.
He is board-certified in neurology and a diplomat from the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology, and was recently honored the title of Fellow of the American Clinical Neurophysiological Society.
Dr. Gonzalez directs the Surgical Neurophysiology Program at the Keck Hospital of USC and the LAC+USC Medical Center. He is an assistant professor in clinical neurology and the chief of the Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring and sleep program at USC. He is also the co-director of the neurology residency program. His clinical and research program focuses in three main areas: brain mapping, Intraoperative Neurophysiology, and brain implants.
Pasadena Magazine: Top Doctors (Los Angeles), 2015
American Clinical Neurophysiological Society: Fellow, 2014
Pasadena Magazine: Top Doctors (Los Angeles), 2013
Pasadena Magazine: Top Doctors (Los Angeles), 2012
Pasadena Magazine: Top Doctors (Los Angeles), 2011
Department of Neurology, USC: Teacher of the year, 2007
Harvard Medical School: Honors. Neurosurgery Clerkship, 1997