Anthony Sin, MD
Dr. Sin, Associate Professor and Director of Complex Spinal Disorder, earned his medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine. From 1988-92, he attended Johns Hopkins University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Physics with Honors.
He completed his clinical fellowship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine with the Department of Neurosurgery in Neurotrauma. Dr. Sin completed internships in Internal Medicine at Emory and General Surgery at the State University of New York - Stony Brook prior to his Neurosurgery training at LSUHSC-S. He served as Chief Resident in 2007 before graduating the program.
His clinical interests include minimally invasive spinal instrumentations and complex spinal disorders, including deformity corrections and spinal tumors. Dr. Sin has published articles in journals including Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society, Journal of Neurosurgery – Spine, Surgical Neurology, and Child's Nervous System.
In 2005, Dr. Sin won the John Jackson Award for his Clinical Research Presentation "Testing Surgical Approach Stability to Spinal Fusion" from the Louisiana Neurosurgical Society.
He completed a one-year spinal fellowship with Dr. Kevin Foley at the University of Tennessee in Memphis in June.