Brent Massey, DO
Brenton Massey, D.O., is an assistant professor and associate clerkship director in the Department of Neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center and part of the inpatient neurology team at The University of Kansas Health System.
Dr. Massey attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma, where he earned an Honors College degree in philosophy. He attended medical school at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After medical school, he completed an internship in internal medicine followed by a neurology residency at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. In his final year of training, he served as chief resident before accepting a position at KU Medical Center and The University of Kansas Health System. Dr. Massey is board certified in neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
His clinical interests include neurologic emergencies, neurology of systemic disease, stroke, epilepsy, encephalitis and the care of hospitalized neurology patients.
Education and Training
- Other, Philosophy, Oklahoma State University
- DO, Medicine, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
- Internship, Internal Medicine, KU School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas
- Residency, Neurology, University of Kansas School of Medicine
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- Unrestricted Medical License, Kansas Board of Healing Arts
- Kansas City Clinical Neuroscience Society, Member, 2019 - Present
- The Neurohospitalist Society, Member, 2019 - Present
- American Academy of Neurology, Member, 2016 - Present
Dr. Massey's academic and research interests include aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage and training medical students in critical skills such as neurological history taking, physical examination, diagnosis, medical management and prognostication.
- Massey B. 2019. Cerebral vasospasms in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: predictors of endovascular outcome and retreatment. Neurocrital Care
- Massey B. 2019. Recurrent vasospams in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: predictors of endovascular retreatment and functional outcome. Interventional Neurology