University of Nebraska Medical Center

Jamie R. Wilson, MD

Assistant Professor, UNMC Department of Neurosurgery
Co-Director, Comprehensive Spine Program, Nebraska Medicine

Jamie R. Wilson, MD

Dr. Wilson is a fellowship-trained complex spine surgeon, assistant professor of neurosurgery and co-director of the Comprehensive Spine Program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.  He received a bachelor of art degree in physiological sciences, and his doctor of medicine degree from St. John's College, University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.  After two years of clinical academic training at the University of Southampton, he completed his residency in neurosurgery at Leeds Teaching Hospitals in the North of England, achieving his fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (board certified equivalent) in 2017. He has most recently undertaken a 2-year complex spine fellowship at the University of Toronto, Canada.

Dr. Wilson is a clinician scientist with a focus on clinical epidemiology, and the application of machine learning and statistical modelling to registry data. His work to date has focused on improving outcomes and access to care for geriatric spine patients, and he is passionate about the use of new technology in the pursuit of improving standards of care in spine surgery. He has published over 30 scientific articles, presented at national and international conferences, won multiple academic awards and has contributed to residency and medical student training programs.

  • Internship: University of Oxford
  • Residency: Neurosurgery, Leeds Teaching Hospital
  • Fellowship:  Spine, University of Toronto
Patient Care

Hospital Appointments:

  • Nebraska Medicine

For more information about Dr. Wilson and his procedures, visit the Nebraska Medicine website:  Dr. Jamie Wilson

Research Interests
Dr. Wilson's research interests include cervical myelopathy - translational research, frailty and the aging spine - basic science and translational research, and spinal cord injury - translational research