Dr. Raymond Haroun
A Native of Connecticut, Dr. Raymond Haroun completed his residency in Neurological Surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital where he served as an Instructor of Neurological Surgery.
During his training, Dr. Haroun completed both a spine surgery and neuro-oncology fellowship. He has advanced training in minimally invasive and complex spine surgery. He employs the latest techniques to ensure the most favorable outcomes for his patients. Dr. Haroun’s mission is to offer personalized treatments for you, considering all conservative and surgical options, in a caring and compassionate environment.
Dr. Haroun earned his medical degree from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society for his academic achievements. Dr. Haroun is most proud of receiving the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Award for humanism in medicine, based on his delivery of kind and compassionate medical care. As a medical student, Dr. Haroun was awarded a prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute scholarship for his research in gene regulation at The National Cancer Institute. This work has been published in the journal “Science.”
While earning his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University in the city of New York, Dr. Haroun was elected to Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society and served as its President. He was also elected to Eta Kappa Nu, the electrical engineering honor society.
Dr. Haroun is widely published, having authored over 30 peer reviewed articles, book chapters and abstracts.
Dr. Haroun’s clinical and research interests have included; complex spine surgery, brain and spine tumors, Chiari malformations, radiosurgery, spinal cord stimulation, and peripheral nerve entrapment.
Megan Sisbarro, MS, PA-C
Megan Sisbarro, MS, PA-C, earned her Bachelor of Science at Elizabethtown College in Biology with a concentration in Allied Health, and minor in Psychology in 2012. She then went on to earn her Master of Science at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Physician Assistant Studies in 2015. She is board certified as a physician assistant.
Megan worked in the inpatient Internal Medicine department at Mercy Medical Center prior to joining the Maryland Spine and Brain Specialists team. Megan’s interest in neurosurgery and spine began when she worked in the neurosurgery department at Lancaster General Hospital in Pennsylvania, prior to starting graduate school.
Megan is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, as well as the American Association of Surgical Physician Assistants.
In her free time, Megan enjoys being outside, staying active, playing tennis, and playing with her three cats.