Dr. Daniel F. Kelly
Dr. Daniel F. Kelly, M.D., received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Claremont Men’s College before entering Georgetown University School of Medicine. In 1998 he became the director of the UCLA Pituitary Tumor and Neuroendocrine Program and was Professor of Neurosurgery and Vice-Chief of Clinical Affairs for the Division of Neurosurgery as well as Co-Director of the UCLA Clinical Brian Injury Program before leaving the university in 2007.
Dr. Kelly continues to develop innovative treatments for patients with brain and pituitary tumors as the director of the Brain Tumor Center at the John Wayne Cancer Institute and Saint John’s Health Center. Dr. Kelly’s interests include minimally invasive surgery, quality of life studies, pituitary hormonal recovery, and traumatic brain injury.