Think Spine - VCF Techniques - Proctors

Get to Know Your Think Spine Proctors

Learn the demographics, diagnoses, and most current clinical evidence regarding minimally invasive procedures for the treatment of pathologic vertebral fractures and spine tumor ablation. The course includes didactic presentations, case reviews, and full panel discussions. Learn more about your Think Spine proctors below and check out our upcoming and on-demand courses here.

Scott Koss - Think Spine ProctorSCOTT KOSS, MD

Interventional Radiologist and Endovascular Surgeon


Meet Dr. Koss

Dr. Koss is the director of interventional oncology and interventional spine for Radiology Waukesha, a private practice radiology group in Waukesha, WI, USA, where he also serves as an executive board member. Dr. Koss is also a board member of Prohealth Care Foundation, Inc., a Waukesha-based healthcare system. He is assistant clinical professor of radiology at Medical College of Wisconsin and is board certified in diagnostic and interventional radiology.

Clinical and Educational Background

Dr. Koss received his medical degree with honors in research from the Medical College of Wisconsin where he also completed a residency in radiology and served as chief resident. He completed fellowships in cardiovascular imaging at Harvard Medical School – Brigham and Women’s Hospital as well as interventional radiology and endovascular surgery at the University of Florida.

Clinical Interests

Dr. Koss takes special interest in orthopedic/spine intervention, interventional oncology (Y-90 radiospheres, TACE, RFA, percutaneous ablation), treatment of superficial and deep venous pathology, complex endovascular repair of thoracic and abdominal aortic aneurysms, stroke neurointervention, and cardiac MRI.

Gaurav Singh - Think Spine ProctorGAURAV SINGH, MD

Radiation Oncologist


Meet Dr. Singh

Dr. Singh is a board certified radiation oncologist practicing at St. Joseph’s Medical Center of Stockton in Stockton, CA, USA. He is the medical director at St. Joseph’s Cancer Institute and chief of radiation oncology in the Dignity Health System. He serves as chairman of the St. Joseph Regional Tumor Board and is an active principal investigator for the National Cancer Institute and Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology.

Clinical and Educational Background

Dr. Singh majored in archaeology at U.C. Berkeley, after which he received his medical degree from The Robert Larner College of Medicine at The University of Vermont in Burlington, VT. He then completed an internship in internal medicine at University of California, San Francisco – Fresno and subsequent residency in radiation oncology at Kaiser Permanente Southern California.

Clinical Interests

Dr. Singh’s interests include stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy (SABR), immunotherapy, and oligometastatic disease state.

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