Winson Ho, MD
Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Pediatric Neurosurgery Program , UT Health Austin Pediatric Neurosciences at Dell Children’s
Yale University School of Medicine, MD
Residency, Neurosurgery, University of Virginia
Fellowship, Pediatric Neurosurgery, Intermountain Primary Children’s Medical Center/University of Utah
Clinical & Research Fellow, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Surgical Neurology Branch
Biography and Education
Winson Ho, MD, is a board-certified pediatric neurosurgeon in the Pediatric Neurosurgery Program within UT Health Austin Pediatric Neurosciences at Dell Children’s. He specializes in the neurosurgical care for children with brain tumors, epilepsy, and trauma. Additionally, Dr. Ho is an assistant professor in the Dell Medical School Department of Neurosurgery.
Dr. Ho earned his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine and completed a joint neurosurgery residency program at the University of Virginia and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where he served as a clinical and research fellow at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Surgical Neurology Branch. He also completed a fellowship in pediatric neurosurgery at Intermountain Primary Children’s Medical Center/University of Utah.
Dr. Ho is a surgeon scientist who covers the whole spectrum of neurosurgery in his clinic but has a keen interest in finding new discoveries to treat pediatric brain tumors. He leads an active NIH funded laboratory focused on developing novel immunotherapies for treatment of pediatric brain tumors. As an accomplished researcher, he also has published numerous research articles and book chapters and is a reviewer for Oncotarget and The Journal of Neuro-Oncology.
- Pediatric neurosurgery
- Surgical treatment of epilepsy
- Surgical treatment of pediatric brain tumors
- American Board of Neurological Surgery
- American Board of Pediatric Neurological Surgery
Awards & Honors
- Neurosurgeon Research Career Development Program K12, NIH/NINDS
- Independent Investigator Grant, Rally Foundation