Professor Shlomi Constantini has been the director of the department of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Dana Children’s Hospital since 1996 - The largest facility of this kind in the region. His department is the largest tertiary facility in Israel and includes 2 senior neurosurgeons, a nurse practitioner and several international trainees at any time. He is also the direction of the Israeli International Neurofibromatosis Center IINFC
After completing medical degree & neurosurgical residency, Shlomi received his training from Fred Epstein at NYU, specializing in complex brain and spinal cord surgical challenges in children, focusing on those that are most difficult to operate.
Professor Constantini is active internationally while serving roles in global organizations such as: Immediate past president of IFNE, past general secretary of ISPN, and past Vice president of EANS.
Shlomi is intensely performing research and has published over 250 papers in peer-reviewed journals and over 50 book chapters. Professor Constantini is a member of the editorial board of many journals.