Dr. Luke Tomycz is a neurosurgeon living in New Jersey, board-certified by both the American Board of Neurosurgery (ABNS) and Pediatric Neurosurgery (ABPNS), specializing in the surgical treatment of complex epilepsy.
Hailing from Michigan, Dr. Tomycz finished first in his high school class before going to MIT to double-major in chemical engineering and biology with a minor in biomedical engineering. He was one of the few students in the country to be awarded a prestigious Dean's Full-Tuition Merit Scholarship to attend the University of Michigan Medical School where he was initially exposed to neurosurgery.
Following medical school, he performed 7 years of neurosurgical residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN during which time he completed an in-folded neurointerventional fellowship. Finally, he spent an extra year of training with Dr. Jeff Ojemann at Seattle Children's Hospital where he was first exposed to a high-volume surgical epilepsy practice.
Having built one of the largest surgical epilepsy practices in the state, Dr. Tomycz is committed to the idea that all patients with DRE deserve a consultation with a surgeon to receive the latest information and hear all the options about surgical procedures that may help them or their family members who are living with epilepsy.