Fellows are selected competitively based on their planned pursuit of an academic medicine practice focused on this neurosurgical subspecialty. Fellows participate in all patient care activities of our center, including:
- evaluation and management decision making,
- participation procedures designed to increase learning in the field, and
- post-operative care.
Fellow will understand the key concepts involved in patient candidacy and selection for a variety of contemporary spinal procedures related to degenerative, trauma, deformity and oncologic spinal pathology.
Fellow will become adept and performing said procedures in an autonomous fashion by Fellowship completion.
Fellow will utilize and master the outcomes database registry and EMR to perform retrospective analysis in addition to prospective studies with the aim to publish said results in peer reviewed journals.
Fellow will attend all teaching conferences and provide at least one lecture at neurosurgical grand rounds on subject of the Fellow’s choosing with mentor permission and guidance.
For more information and to apply, contact D. Kojo Hamilton, MD; Nitin Agarwal, MD; David Okonkwo, MD, PhD; or Melissa Lukehart.