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  • 1. CU R R I C U L U M V I T A ENAME: David B. Niemann, MSc (Oxon), MD Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology Neurological Endovascular Surgery/Interventional NeuroradiologyAddress: office University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics Department of Neurological Surgery 600 Highland Avenue, CSC, K4/826 Madison, Wisconsin 53792 home 3100 Lake Mendota Drive, #201 Madison, Wisconsin 53705Phone Number: office (608) 265-5967 mobile (608) 219-8068Board Certification: Written boards of American Association of Neurological Surgery, 1997Licensure: Licensed Medical Doctor, State of Wisconsin, #36514, 2003 Full Registration: The General Medical Council, U.K.FORMAL EDUCATION:Undergraduate: 1984-1988 Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois B. S. DegreeMedical School: 1988-1993 Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Milwaukee, Wisconsin M. D. DegreePost-Grad: 1993-1994 Internship, Department of Surgery
  • 2. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 2 Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1994-1999 Residency, Department of Neurosurgery Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1998 Informal Rotation, Interventional Neuroradiology University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics Madison, Wisconsin 1999 Fellowship: Craniofacial Surgery at The Australian Craniofacial Unit Women’s and Children’s Hospital/The Royal Adelaide Hospital Adelaide, South Australia 2000-2002 Fellowship: Interventional Neuroradiology Department of Neuroradiology and Neurosurgery Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford University, Oxford, U.K.Other Graduate Degrees: 2002 M.Sc Neurointerventional Radiology Thesis: Phase Contrast MRA can detect periprocedural anatomic and hemodynamic changes in embolized AVMs.POSITIONS HELD:Faculty Appointments: 2003-present Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery & Radiology Neurological Endovascular Surgery/ Interventional Neuroradiology Department of Neurological Surgery University of Wisconsin Medical School Madison, Wisconsin
  • 3. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 3Hospital Appointments: 2003-present Neurosurgery Neurological Endovascular Surgery/Interventional Neuroradiology University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Madison, Wisconsin 2004-present Neurosurgery Neurological Endovascular Surgery/Interventional Neuroradiology William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital Madison, Wisconsin 2004-present Medical Staff St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center Madison, Wisconsin 2003-present Staff Neurosurgeon Meriter Hospital Madison, WisconsinProfessional Appointments: Co-Founder of Uppercut Pty. Ltd. (PC based 3D Medical Imaging Software and Systems); Adelaide, South Australia Ad Hoc Reviewed for the American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2004Other Appointments: 2001 Tutor, Neuroanatomy Oxford University 2000 Consultant Neurosurgeon Neurological Surgery of Southeastern Wisconsin Waukesha Memorial Hospital Elmbrook Memorial Hospital Waukesha, Wisconsin 1998Teaching Assistant, Neuroanatomy Marquette University Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1998 Instructor, Neuroendoscopy Workshop Pan-Pacific Surgical Association
  • 4. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 4 1997.1998 Residency Guidance Counselor Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1996.1998 Teaching Assistant, Neuropathology Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin Team Roufus Physician Ringside Physician-International Kickboxing Federation Ringside Physician Oxford Boxing Medical Consultant Sports Radio Show FM100.1 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1987.1988 Researcher: Studies relating brainstem activity (PAG) to vocalization, laryngeal, and respiratory muscles. Department of Communication Sciences, Disorders, Neurobiology, and Physiology, Northwestern University. Evanston, IllinoisCOMMITTEES:Medical School: CPOE Physician Advisory Committee UWHC – Madison, Wisconsin Bi-plane Angiography and MXR Planning Committee UWHC – Madison, Wisconsin Admissions Committee UW Medical School Madison, Wisconsin Carotid Stenting Committee UWHC – Madison, Wisconsin Neuroscience Subcommittee – CV Stroke UWHC – Madison, Wisconsin Animal Care Committee Medical College of Wisconsin
  • 5. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 5 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Housestaff Health and Welfare Committee Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, WisconsinHONORS AND AWARDS:Honors: 1988 Undergraduate HonorsSOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS: Wisconsin State Medical Society American Association of Neurological Surgeons Congress of Neurological SurgeonsTEACHING ACTIVITIES: 1. Brain Tumors, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1998. 2. Neurosurgical Issues, Marquette University, 1998 3. Head Trauma, State of Wisconsin Surgical Technician Society, 1998 4. Endovascular Seminar/Hands-On Workshop for International Physicians In The Use of Onyx for Aneurysm and AVM Treatment. Liege, Belgium, 2000-2002. 5. Consultant for Training Physicians in UK on Perclose Device. 2000-2002. 6. Consultant for Training Physicians on Micrus Coil in UK, 2000-2002. 7. Assistant Boston Scientific GDC Course, Oxford, 2001. 8. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Oxford/Radcliffe Nursing Education, 2002. 9. Patient, Doctor & Society Teaching, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2003-present. 10. Cerebral Angiographic Anatomy Resident Lecture Series, 2003-04. 11. Neuroradiology and Neurosurgery Journal Club host. 2004 to present. 12. Neuroradiology Fellows Lecture Series I: AVMs, II: AVM/Embolization, III: ISAT. University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics, Madison, Wisconsin. March, 2004 to present. 13. Endovascular Workshops for Residents and Fellows, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2004- present.
  • 6. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 6 14. Endovascular Training for outside Physicians for New Technologies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2004-present. 15. Endovascular Treatment Techniques and Devices Lecture Series for Radiology Technicians and Nursing Staff, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2005. 16. Program Director, Endovascular Neurosurgical Fellows Symposium. University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 2-3, 2006.PRESENTATIONS/LECTURES:Regional: 1. Endovascular Treatment With Onyx. Grand Rounds at Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. May, 2004. 2. Use of Liquid Embolics in the Treatment of Neurovascular Disease. Presented at the MANS Conference, Traverse City, Michigan. June, 2004. 3. Onyx AVM Proctor Presentation, Chicago, IL. August 2004 4. New Endovascular Technologies in the Treatment of Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke. Presented at the UW Retirement Association Stroke Symposium, Madison, Wisconsin. October, 2004.National: 1. Study on the morphometric characteristics of the lateral mass of the cervical spine. Presented at the AANS/CNS Joint Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves. 1993. 2. Anatomically Conformable Three Dimensional (ACT) Detachable Platinum Micro Coil System in the Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms. Presented at AANS Joint Section Neurovascular, 2002. 3. Embolization of Brain Arteriovenous Malformations with Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol Copolymer Dissolved in DMSO (Onyx-Liquid Embolic System): Evidence in a prospective series of 40 patients. Presented at the AANS Joint Section Neurovascular, 2002. 4. Embolization of Intramedullary Spinal Cord AVMs with Onyx Liquid Embolic System. Presented at the AANS Joint Section Neurovascular, 2002. 5. The Treatment of Large and Giant Aneurysms with Onyx. Presented at the AANS Joint Section Neurovascular, 2002. 6. Brain AVM Treatment Options. Presented at the AANS, San Diego, CA, February, 2004.
  • 7. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 7 7. Experimental Model of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage for Combined Angiography/MR Research. Presented at the ASNR in Seattle, WA, June, 2004. 8. HydroCoil Embolization Results in Progressive Aneurysm Occlusion and a Trend to Postembolization Aneurysm Shrinkage in Large and Giant Canine Bifurcation Aneurysms. Presented at the ASNR in Seattle, WA, June, 2004. 9. Transverse Sinus Stenting as Treatment for Benign Intracranial Hypertension in Young Male. Presented at the ASNR in Seattle, WA, June, 2004. 10. Micrus Detachable Platinum and Cerecyte Microcoils for the Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms. Presented at LINC meeting in Houston, TX, October, 2004. 11. Spinal Cord AVM. Presented at the Rachidian Society in Kona, Hawaii, March 2005. 12. Presentation: Treatment of Ruptured and Unruptured Aneurysms Utilizing Polyglycolic Acid Treated Platinum Coils (Cerecyte ™): ASITN: Oahu, August 2005 13. Treatment of Brain AVMs Utilizing Onyx US Experience: Niemann, Duckweiler, ASITN: Oahu, August 2005. 14. Nexus Coils in the Treatment of Cerebral Aneurysms, National Webcast meeting. October 2005 . 15. Poster: CT Perfusion for Detection of Cerebral Vasospasm in Patient with Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Moftakhar, Niemann, Van Gomple, Turk. presented at CNS Meeting, Boston, October 2005. 16. Turk A, Johnson K, Lum D, Niemann D, Aagaard-Kienitz A, Consigny D, Grinde J, Turski P, Haughton V, Mistretta C: Physiologic and Anatomic Assessment of a Canine Carotid Artery Stenosis Model with Phase Contrast Vastly Undersampled Isotropic Projection Imaging (PC- VIPR), AANS/ASITN, Orlando, 2006. 17. Turk A, Niemann D, Ahmed A, Aagaard-Kienitz A: Utilization of Self Expanding Stents in Distal Small Cerebral Vessels. AANS/ASITN, Orlando, 2006. 18. Evaluation of Cerebral Homodynamic with CT Perfusion Using Gadolinium as an Alternative to Iodinated Contrast: Case Report. Moftakhar, Niemann, Turk, Pulfer. Poster; AANS/ASITN, Orlando, Feb 2006. 19. Moftakhar R, Niemann D, Aagaard-Kienitz A, Turk A: Endovascular Treatment of a Mid- basilar Artery Fusiform Aneurysm by Dominant Vertebral Artery Occlusion in a Child. Poster; ASITN, San Diego, May 2006.
  • 8. David B. Niemann, M.D. Curriculum Vitae Page 8 20. Moftakhar R, Aagaard-Kienitz A, Johnson K, Niemann D, Turk A, Consigny D, Turski P, Mistretta C: Non-invasive Measurement of Intra-aneurysmal Pressure Using Magnetic Resonance (MR) Phase Contrast (PC) Vastly Undersampled Isotropic Projection Imaging (VIPR) in Canine Aneurysm Model. ASNR, 2006. 21. Aagaard-Kienitz A, Niemann D, Turk A: Polyglycolic Acid (PGA) Treated Platinum Coils (Cerecyte) for Patients with Ruptured and Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysms: Single Center Experience AANS/ASITN, 2006 22. Ischemic Rates Associated with Endovascular Procedures: Retrospective Case Series; Brooks, Turk, Niemann, Aagaard-Kienitz. AANS/ASITN, 2006 23. Aagaard-Kienitz A, Newman G, Sasse F, Turk A, Niemann D: Barbiturate Electroencephalography (EEG) Burst Suppression for Cerebral Protection During High Risk Carotid Stenting. AANS/ASITN, 2006 24. Utilization of Quantitative CTP for Evaluation of Cerebral Perfusion Effects Related to Carotid Stenting, Turk, Niemann, Aagaard-Kienitz ASNR, 2006 25. Influence of Neuroform Stent of Aneurysm Retreatment Rates, Turk, Niemann, Aagaard- Kienitz, ASNR, 2006. 26. Multiple Intra-arterial Verapamil Infusions for the Treatment of Recurrent Vasospasm After Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Ahmed, Aagaard-Kienitz, Niemann, Turk, AANS/ASITN, 2006.International: 1. CT Determined Intracranial Volumes for a Normal Population. Presented at the VIII Congress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery, October 1999. 2. Sagittal Synostosis: A Review of Surgical Techniques. Presented at the VIII Congress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery, October 1999. 3. Treatment of ICH caused by Aneurysmal Rupture: Coiling followed by Clot Evacuation. Presented at ABC/WIN Val d’Isere 2001. 4. Treatment of ICH caused by Aneurysmal Rupture: Coiling followed by Clot Evacuation. Presented WFNS Australia 2001. 5. Anatomically Conformable Three Dimensional (ACT) Detachable Platinum Micro Coil System in the Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms. Presented at ABC/WIN Val d’Isere 2002.
  • 9. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 9 6. Combined Flow and Morphological Assessment of Brain AVMs Undergoing Endovascular Treatment Using 3D P-C MRA. Presented at the BSNR, U.K. 2001, and Poster for Symposium Neuroradiologicum, Paris, France, 2002, and WSITN, Brazil, 2003.PUBLICATIONS: 1. Niemann D: Normal Intracranial Volume and Deformational Plagiocephaly. Craniofacial Surgery, Vol. 8, pp. 13-15. 2. Abbott A, Netherway D, Niemann D, Clark B, Yamamoto M, Cole J, Hanieh A, Moore M, David D: CT-Determined Intracranial Volumes for a Normal Population. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 11(3): 211-23, May 2000. 3. Vorstman E, Niemann D, Molyneux A. J., Pike M: Benign Intracranial Hypertension Associated With Arteriovenous Malformation. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 44: 133-135, February 2002. 4. Warakaulle DR, Aviv RI, Niemann D, Molyneux A. J., Byrne JV, Teddy P: Embolization of Spinal Dural Arteriovenous Fistulae With Onyx. Neuroradiology, 45(2):110-112, February 2003. 5. Niemann D, Wills A, Maartens N, Kerr R, Byrne J, Molyneux, A. J.: Treatment of Intracerebral Hematomas Caused by Aneurysmal Rupture: Coil Placement Followed by Clot Evacuation. Journal of Neurosurgery, 99(5):843-847, November, 2003. 6. Niemann D, Aviv R, Cowsill C, Sneade M, Molyneux A. J.: Anatomically Conformable, Three-Dimensional, (ACT) Detachable Platinum Microcoil System for the Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms. American Journal of Neuroradiology 25: 854-858, May, 2004. 7. Aviv R, Shad A, Tomlinson G, Niemann D, Teddy P, Molyneux A. J., Byrne J: Cervical Dural Arteriovenous Fistulae Manifesting As Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Report of Two Cases and Literature Review. American Journal of Neuroradiology, 25:854-858, May 2004. 8. Rajpal S, Niemann D, Turk A: Transverse Venous Sinus Stenting as Treatment for Benign Intracranial Hypertension in a Young Male. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics 3, 102:342-346, 2005. 9. Sanford M, Turk A, Niemann D, Aagaard-Kienitz B: Intraoperative CT Perfusion for Management of Intracranial Stent Placement in a Patient with Tandem Intracranial Stenoses. Journal of Neurosurgery, 2005. 10. Rajpal S, Niemann D, Aagaard-Kienitz A, Turk A: Intracranial Endovascular Stent Placement for Symptomatic Metastatic non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: A Case report. Accepted: Journal of Neurosurgery, 2004.
  • 10. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 10 11. Turk A, Niemann D, Aagaard-Kienitz, Turski P, Rowley H, Newman G: Assessment of Cerebral Perfusion Changes with Intracranial/Extracranial Stent Placement: Correlation with Cognitive Changes. Accepted: American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2005. 12. Effects of Carotid or Vertebrobasilar Stent Placement on Cerebral Perfusion and Cognition. American Journal of Neuroradiology 26:1772-1780, August 2005. 13. Moftakhar R, Niemann D, Turk A, Pulfer K: Evaluation of Cerebral Homodynamic with CT Perfusion Using Gadolinium as an Alternative to Iodinated Contrast: Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 30(2):307-309, March/April 2006.Publications Under Review: 1. Molyneux A. J., Niemann D, Moftakhar R, Sneade M, Cowsill C, Coley SC: Embolization of brain arteriovenous malformations with ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer dissolved in DMSO (Onyx-liquid embolic system): Experience in a prospective series of 52 patients. 2. Turk A, Johnson K, Lum D, Niemann D, Aagaard-Kienitz B, Consigny D, Grinde J, Turski P, Haughton V, Mistretta C: Physiologic and Anatomic Assessment of a Canine Carotid Artery Stenosis Model with Phase Contrast Vastly Undersampled Isotropic Projection Imaging (PC-VIPR). Accepted American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2005. 3. Turk A, Niemann D, Ahmed A, Aagaard-Kienitz A: Utilization of Self Expanding Stents in Distal Small Cerebral Vessels. Accepted American Journal Neuroradiology, 2006.RESEARCH/GRANTSResearch Support Awarded and Continued: 1. Active Animal protocol: Treatment of aneurysms using new technology and devices. 2. Active animal protocol: Training of physicians using Onyx and other devices. 3. Investigator: Intracranial internal carotid artery stenting study (IICASS). 4. Co-PI: International Clinical Registry for Cerecyte Coil-Micrus Corp. Research agreement awarded. 2005 5. Co-PI: Non-human primate study for novel treatment paradigms for ischemic stroke. Boston Scientific. Research agreement awarded. 2005
  • 11. David B. Niemann, M.D.Curriculum VitaePage 11 6. PI: Nexus coil technology for treatment of intracranial aneurysms in canine. Micro Therapeutics Corp. Research agreement awarded. 2005 7. IRB Approved Nexus Registry. Research agreement awarded. 2005 8. IRB Approved Wingspan stent. Boston Scientific. 2005 9. IRB Approved Stenting and Cognition Study. 2005 10. Participating Center Nexus Coil Registry. 2005 Revised 12/1/2010