Loyola V. Gressot, M.D.
Dr. Loyola Gressot is a board eligible neurosurgeon licensed in the state of Texas. She was born in Geneva, Switzerland and raised in Houston, Texas. She studied biochemistry and molecular biology at Rice University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. She attended Baylor College of Medicine, where she completed her pre-clinical curriculum with Highest Honors, was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society, was induced into the Gold Humanism Honor Society and graduated with highest honors as the valedictorian.
Dr. Gressot completed her neurosurgical residency at Baylor College of Medicine. She conducted brain tumor lab research and was granted the prestigious Preuss Award from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. She has been published in multiple peer reviewed journals including Oncotarget, Neurosurgery, and the International Journal of Cancer and won numerous awards.
During her residency, Dr. Gressot served at the neurosurgery chief resident at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Ben Taub General Hospital, and St. Luke’s Hospital where she gained extensive experience in complex cranial microsurgery, cerebrovascular surgery, endoscopically assisted surgery, neurosurgical oncology, complex spine surgery, as well as advanced image guidance and minimally invasive techniques.
Dr. Gressot has a strong interest in a variety of neurosurgical diseases including tumors of the brain and spine, craniospinal vascular diseases involving aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations, spine disorders including trauma, degenerative conditions such as herniated disks, spinal stenosis and mechanical back pain, minimally invasive and complex spinal surgery, peripheral nerve and pain disorders such as hemifacial spasm and trigeminal neuralgia.
Dr. Gressot is a member of the Texas Medical Association and Harris County Medical Society. She is married, lives in Houston and has two beautiful daughters. Dr. Gressot is bilingual in English and French.