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UCI NEUROSURGEON NAMED IN '1990-1991 WHO'S WHO HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES' EDITION

 UCI NEUROSURGEON NAMED IN '1990-1991 WHO'S WHO
 HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES' EDITION
 IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Ronald F. Young, a professor and chief of neurosurgery at UCI, has been selected an honored member in the '1990-1991 Who's Who in Health and Medical Services.' President of the medical staff at UCI Medical Center in Orange, Young also serves as chairman of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and vice-president of the Western Neurosurgical Society.
 After coming to UCI Medical Center in 1986, Young became chief of the division of neurology. He also served as acting chair of the department of surgery. Much of Young's research and practice has revolved around the neurosurgical treatment of pain. The physician is known as a pioneer in the surgical use of robotics and the stereotactic frame, a highly sophisticated form of guided measurement for brain surgeries.
 Young, who lives in the city of Orange, is also affiliated with the Society of University Neurosurgeons, the American Academy of Neurological Surgeons and the International Association for the Study of Pain. Among other honors Young has received are the 1965 Irving Heyman Award from the State University of New York at Buffalo; the 1982 Kongress (cq) Medal, the German Neurosurgical Society; and the 1990 Elizabeth Crosby Medal, the University of Michigan.
 More than 150,000 executives and civic leaders are listed in the various 'Who's Who' directories that include the nation's elite in practicing attorneys, the computer industry and government services. Steven's Who's Who, a New York firm, also publishes the 'Websters Directory of America's Best Run Independent Companies.'
 For further information about Young, call 714-634-5496.
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 /CONTACT: Elaine Beno of UCI Medical Center, 714-634-5496/ CO: UCI Medical Center ST: California IN: MTC SU:


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