Medical School

Dr. Ramin Rak would not have become the successful neurosurgeon who he is today were it not for the education that he gained in medical school. Dr. Ramin Rak attended the Université Libre de Bruxelles, which is the French language arm of the Free University of Brussels.

The Free University of Brussels was established in 1831 by a group of Masonic figures in Brussels. The university thrived in the capital of Belgium until 1969 when the university split into two smaller universities: one for French speakers (Université Libre de Bruxelles) and one for Dutch speakers (Vrije Universiteit Brussel). The split was actually a reaction to another split in 1961 when the Belgium university the Catholic University of Lueven split itself into a Dutch language university and a French language university. As mentioned above, Dr. Ramin Rak attended the Université Libre de Bruxelles because he speaks fluent French.

Dr. Ramin Rak earned his undergraduate degree in Medical Basic Sciences, with high honors. The Medical Basic Sciences degree is bestowed by the Faculty of Medicine, which also bestows degrees in Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Dentistry. Dr. Ramin Rak then continued his studies at the Université Libre de Bruxelles until he had obtained his medical degree.

Following completion of his studies at medical school, Dr. Ramin Rak found that his degree opened many doors in the United States. He traveled to some of the most well-regarded medical facilities in Maryland, New Mexico, New York, and DC to complete fellowships, externships, and internships. Dr. Ramin Rak still uses the Neurosurgery knowledge he gained in medical school as a Neurosurgeon with Neurological Surgery, P.C. in New York. Dr. Ramin Rak practices in Rockville Centre, New York as the Chief of Neurosurgery but is also affiliated with over one dozen hospitals like Winthrop University Hospital, North Shore University Hospital, and South Nassau Communities Hospital.