Frederick Vincent MD, FRCSC

Frederick Vincent MD, FRCSC

TEL: 503-935-8501
FAX: 503-935-8506

Dr. Vincent completed his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at Ecole Polytechnique, University of Montreal in Montreal, Québec. He completed his medical degree at Université Laval in Québec and his Neurosurgery Residency at University of Montreal, Notre-Dame Hospital CHUM, in Montreal, Québec. He later completed a Spine Fellowship at Toronto Western Hospital and a Neuro-Endovascular Fellowship at Buffalo Neurosurgery Group, Catholic Health System in Buffalo, NY.

In his free time, Dr. Vincent enjoys reading about computer organization and design, especially the relationship between hardware and software. He also enjoys biking, tennis, and running.

Other Activities

Member, The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

Member, Les College des Medecins du Quebec

Member, AOSpine North America

Member, Congress of Neurological Surgery


Fellowship, Neuro-Endovascular, Buffalo Neurosurgery Group, Catholic Health System, Buffalo, NY, 2010

Fellowship, Neurological Surgery, Toronto Western Hospital, University of Toronto, 2006

Residency, Neurosurgery, University of Montreal, Notre-Dame Hospital CHUM, Montreal, Québec, 2005

Internship, Radiology, University of Montreal, Notre-Dame Hospital CHUM, Montreal, Québec, 1999

MD, Université Laval, Québec, 1998

B. Eng., Electrical Engineering Program, Ecole Polytechnique, University of Montreal, Montreal, PQ, 1993




Integra Foundation Award for Tumors (CNS Meeting), 2007

Scholarship Awardee, National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), 1992

Research Studentships & Scholarship Awardee, Medical Research Council/Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association of Canada (ACIM-CRM), 1994-1996


Thioridazine lengthens repolarization of cardiac ventricular myocytes by blocking the delayed rectifier potassium current: Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 1999 Mar: 288(3): 1261-8 Vincent F, Weill A, Roy D, Raymond J. Guilbert F.

Carotid ophthalmic aneurysm rupture after parent vessel occlusion. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2005 Jun-Jul: 26(6): 1372-4.

Multimodality Evoked Potential Monitoring for Intradural Spinal Cord Lesions of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine: Correlation of Intraoperative Changes with Surgical Decision Making and Postoperative Outcomes in a Prospective Series of 22 cases (Publication pending).

Neuro-Oncology: The Essentials by Mark Bernstein and Mitchel S. Berger Second edition 2007: chapter 37 Spinal column tumor by F. Vincent and M. Fehlings.

Pediatric and Adult spine trauma by Kim (Stanford), Ludwig and Vaccaro, 2006 edition: book chapter on Cervical Spine Injuries in Athletes by F. Vincent and M. Fehlings.