Dr. Sinclair is a graduate of the University of Ottawa and received his medical degree in 1996.  After completing his residency in the University of Ottawa Neurosurgery Training Program, Dr. Sinclair was appointed as a clinical instructor of neurosurgery at Stanford University in California. He subsequently completed a 2 year cerebrovascular fellowship at Stanford followed by an additional year of fellowship training at Stanford in stereotactic radiosurgery.  He then returned to Canada in 2005 and joined The Ottawa Hospital and Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa.Dr. Sinclair’s subspecialty interests include neuroendoscopy and vascular neurosurgery.  He is particularly interested in the surgical management of moyamoya disease, complex cerebral aneurysms, and vascular malformations.  He is also interested in the stereotactic radiosurgical management of arteriovenous malformations and brain tumours.  His publications and presentations include articles on the treatment of moyamoya disease, multi-modality treatment of arteriovenous malformations, and extracranial radiosurgery with a special interest in intramedullary spinal cord AVM radiosurgery using the CyberKnife.
Dr. John Sinclair, MD, FRCSC, BSc
Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa