Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School offer a Fellowship in image-guided neurosurgery providing advanced training in clinical methods and translational research through an NIH training grant. The fellow will participate in neurosurgical care of patients with brain tumor, epilepsy, and functional disorders. BWH has state-of-the-art image-guided OR with high field large bore MRI, US, fluoroscopy, and world’s first intra-operative PET/CT and is the National Center for Image-Guided Therapy. The Fellow will be expected to participate in original research from among numerous active programs including functional brain mapping, intra-operative tissue characterization, image-guided minimally invasive tissue ablation, guidance, and robotics. A personalized clinical and research plan will be developed.
Candidates should have completed neurosurgical training by the time of beginning the Fellowship (infolded fellowship for Senior Neurosurgical residents may be considered) and should be US citizens or permanent residents.
Upon successful completion, the Fellow receives a certificate documenting their experience and successful completion of the fellowship.
Prerequisite Training/Neurosurgical Criteria
Fellows must have completed an ACGME accredited program or the equivalent in their home country. Consideration can be given on an individual basis to infolded fellowship for senior neurosurgical residents. Applicant must be eligible for a valid limited Massachusetts State Medical License.