University of Nebraska Medical Center

Daryl Gress, MD

Professor & Neurointensivist
Clinical Medical Director
Division Chief - Neurocritical Care


Daryl Gress, MD
Dr. Gress is a Professor in the Department of Neurological Sciences at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Dr. Gress received his MD from Washington University in St. Louis. He attended Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md. and was Chief Resident at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Mass., where he also completed his fellowships. Prior to coming to Nebraska, Dr. Gress held academic appointments at Harvard Medical School, the University of California - San Francisco, and the University of Virginia. His recent projects have involved work with transcranial cerebral oximetry to improve neurocritical care management on patient outcome.
  • Washington University in St. Louis, MD (1982)
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Medicine Internship (1983)
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Medicine Residency (1984)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Neurology Residency (1987)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship, Neurology, Stroke Service (1988)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship, Neurology-Neurosurgery Intensive Care (1988)
Clinical and Research Interests
Acute brain injury, vascular disease and trauma, subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Patient Care
Dr. Gress provides patient care through Nebraska Medicine at Clarkson Doctors Building North. View his Nebraska Medicine provider profile.