Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery
Christopher Sloffer, MD, is a board-certified neurosurgeon with Bronson Neuroscience Center in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He is a graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana. He earned his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana. He completed a neurosurgery residency with University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria, Illinois.
- American Board of Neurological Surgery (Neurological Surgery)
Education and Training
- Residency 2007, Neurosurgery, University of Illinois
- MD 2001, Indiana University
- MBA 1995, Indiana University
- BS 1989, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Preul M.C., Forcht Dagi T., Prestigiacomo C.J., Sloffer C.A. Neurosurgery, psychiatry, and function: The history of altering behavior, thought, and function through neurosurgery Neurosurgical Focus. 2017;43
Sloffer C. The Klüver-Bucy syndrome and the golden age of localization Neurosurgical Focus. 2017;43
Fuhrman H.A., Mullin J.P., Sloffer C.A. Field Marshal Erwin Rommel: The head injury that may have prolonged the Second World War Neurosurgical Focus. 2016;41
Goodrich J., Preul M., Sloffer C. (In)famous neurological injuries and disease: Cases and events of historical, political, cultural, and scientific impact: Part 2 Neurosurgical Focus. 2016;41
Davidson S., Blostein P., Schrotenboer A., Sloffer C., Vandenberg S. Ten Years of Equine-related Injuries: Severity and Implications for Emergency Physicians Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2015;49:605-612.
Preul M., Sloffer C., Goodrich J. (In)famous neurological injuries and disease: Cases and events of historical, political, cultural, and scientific impact Neurosurgical Focus. 2015;39
Eriksson E.A., Barletta J.F., Figueroa B.E., Bonnell B.W., Sloffer C.A., Vanderkolk W.E., McAllen K.J., Ott M. The first 72 hours of brain tissue oxygenation predicts patient survival with traumatic brain injury Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2012;72:1345-1349.
Mattei T., Bond B., Goulart C., Sloffer C., Morris M., Lin J. Performance analysis of the protective effects of bicycle helmets during impact and crush tests in pediatric skull models: Laboratory investigation Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics. 2012;10:490-497.
Dasari V., Spomar D., Gondi C., Sloffer C., Saving K., Gujrati M., Rao J., Dinh D. Axonal remyelination by cord blood stem cells after spinal cord injury Journal of Neurotrauma. 2007;24:391-410.
Sloffer C., Hanigan W. A Gunshot Wound to the Cervical Spine: The Case of the Presidential Assassin Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2007;204:168-174.
Catapano D., Sloffer C., Frank G., Pasquini E., D'Angelo V., Lanzino G. Comparison between the microscope and endoscope in the direct endonasal extended transsphenoidal approach: Anatomical study Journal of Neurosurgery. 2006;104:419-425.
Sloffer C., Lanzino G. Historical vignette - Dominique Anel: Father of the hunterian ligation? Journal of Neurosurgery. 2006;104:626-629.
Sloffer C., Augspurger L., Wagenbach A., Lanzino G. Antimicrobial-impregnated external ventricular catheters: Does the very low infection rate observed in clinical trials apply to daily clinical practice? Neurosurgery. 2005;56:1041-1043.
Hanigan W.C., Sloffer C. Nelson's wound: treatment of spinal cord injury in 19th and early 20th century military conflicts. Neurosurgical focus. 2004;16
- Sheehan Syndrome-Like Presentation in Male Following Non-Head Traumatic Injury. Feng J, Sloffer C, 40th Annual Kalamazoo Community Medical and Health Sciences Research Day, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 04/2022