Dr. Arthur Day currently serves as Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Dr. Day earned licenses to practice medicine in Louisiana, Florida, and Massachusetts. He has received several academic and clinical appointments at hospitals and other institutions around the country, including positions at the University of Florida and Harvard Medical School.
Educated at Louisiana Tech University, Dr. Arthur Day received his medical degree from Louisiana State University. After graduation, he completed a surgical internship in Birmingham, Alabama, and then did a neurosurgical residency at the University of Florida. Following his residency, he accepted a research fellowship through the University of Florida that would allow him to study brain tumor immunology.
Dr. Day has served on multiple major committees for the University of Florida and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, including the Faculty Senate of the University of Florida, College of Medicine. He has additionally held memberships with 17 professional societies over the course of his career.
Dr. Day has served as President of the Congress of Neurological Surgery, the Florida Neurosurgical Society, the Joint Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery, and the Section on Sports Medicine. He is currently the President-elect of the Society of Neurological Surgeons. He was chairman of the American Board of Neurological Surgery, and currently serves on the Residency Review Committee for neurosurgery.
As a neurosurgeon with extensive training, clinical work, and leadership positions, Dr. Day offers his skills in brain aneurysm care, skull base tumors, stroke, minimally invasive spinal surgery, and general neurosurgery to patients at the Memorial Herman Hospital and the University of Texas Houston Health Science Center in Houston, Texas. His three decades of experience serve as a testament to his talent and abilities as a neurosurgeon.