Work History

Work History
Sep 2011 - Present

Neurosurgeon

The Reading Hospital and Medical Center
Jan 2010 - Aug 2011

Neurosurgeon

Kaiser Permanente

Endoscopically minimally invasive and cerebrovascular-focused practice, Director Cerebrovascular for NW Permanente/Kaiser Neurosurgery

Jan 2005 - Jan 2010

Neurosurgeon

US Army

Active Duty Army Neurosurgeon with a full-spectrum neurosurgical practice encompassing complex adult and pediatric cases. Primary cerebrovascular practitioner in group. 2007-2010 Chief of Neurosurgery: Educator, trainer and director of personnel on all levels including surgical house staff, Active Duty Neurosurgeons, Reserve Neurosurgeons, civilian Neurosurgeons, nursing clinical and operating room staff, scrub techs and technological advisors. Operation Iraqi Freedom 2009 Served as neurosurgical director for theater encompassing management of all neurosurgical issues and patients in theater. Served as Consultant to the MNC-I Surgeon for Neurosurgery for the Iraqi Theater of Operations. Provided Iraqi Physician Exchange Program with education on emergency neurological procedures.

Education

Education
Jan 1998 - Present

Doctor of Medicine

Howard University College of Medicine
Jan 1990

BA

Georgetown University

Summary

Carrie Shulman, MD, a board-certified, Portland, Oregon-based neurosurgeon, graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor's degree in 1990. The recipient of the Jesse Barber Award for Excellence in Neurosurgery, Carrie Shulman, MD received her medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine in 1998. The only female to complete the neurosurgery program at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Carrie Shulman, MD received the Meritorious Service Award for Excellent Performance as Chief Resident in 2005. She is the only female neurosurgeon trained in the US Army, where she studied and served for 16 years. In 2005, Carrie Shulman, MD assumed active duty and was promoted to Chief of Neurosurgery two years later. During Operation Iraqi Freedom, she was Neurosurgical Director for Theater and educated Iraqi physicians. During her time in the military, Carrie Shulman, MD received the Army Commendation Award for Excellent Neurosurgical Skills and Leadership and the Army Commendation Award for Exceptionally Meritorious Service as Chief Neurosurgeon in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Carrie Shulman, MD joined Kaiser Permanente in 2010 and now serves as Director of Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery for the nonprofit healthcare organization. A specialist in endoscopic minimally invasive procedures and cerebrovascular and neurooncology treatments, Dr. Carrie Shulman, MD expects to soon open her own practice. A national speaker and presenter, board-certified Dr. Carrie Shulman, MD co-authored a work that appeared in the journal Neurotrauma and Sports Medicine Review. Her affiliations include the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, and Women in Neurosurgery. Gifted in computer programming, Dr. Carrie Shulman, MD enjoys deep-sea diving, horseback riding, and fiction writing in her leisure time. The board-certified neurosurgeon is fluent in Spanish and trained in Mandarin Chinese

Interest

neuroendoscopy