Dr. Kenan Arnautovic, MD is a neurosurgery specialist in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. He graduated from University of Sarajevo and specializes in neurosurgery.
Dr. Kenan Arnautovic was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. He grew up and completed his education in Sarajevo except for a few of his pre teen years which he spent with his parents in the Sudan, Africa attending the Comboni College (Italian/English) while his father was a University Professor teaching Veterinary Anatomy.
He graduated from the School of Medicine, University of Sarajevo as the top student in his class. He did part of his Internship in Sarajevo and part in Sinsheim-Heidelberg, Germany. After graduation, he worked several months as a Deputy Chief Medical Officer for the XIV Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo in 1984. He obtained a Master Degree in Neurosurgery on the topic of Spinal Trauma (SCIWORA) and PhD thesis on the topic of Chiari I malformation in adults.
Dr. Arnautovic did his first residency in neurosurgery at the Department of Neurosurgery, University Clinical Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Hercegovina. He also spent part of his neurosurgery training in Hannover, Germany. He then practiced neurosurgery in Sarajevo for two and a half years.
In 1994, Dr. Arnautovic immigrated to the United States. He did his second residency in neurosurgery at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Arkansas. He also completed a skull- based fellowship there. Dr. Arnautovic is a Diplomat of the American Board of Neurosurgery (Board Certified). Doctor Kenan Arnautovic has been voted best neurosurgeon in Memphis, Tennessee and United States along with other colleagues at different web sources.
Doctor Arnautovic currently serves as Chairman of the international programs committee of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) (2017-2020) and 2nd Vice President of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS) (2019-2021).
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