The Neurosurgical Oncology Fellowship Program is fully integrated with the residency training program and activities coordinated to enhance the trainees’ education and experience over the course of one year. The fellows practice complex approaches on specially prepared cadaver specimens. Research projects focused on studying microsurgical anatomy and modifying/refining approaches are assigned to trainees. Fellows are expected to be involved in research projects and publications every year. At the clinical level, the intense exposure in the lab will promote the fellows surgical skills in the operating room. This is the ultimate practical goal to help young neurosurgeons deal with the type of complex cranial cases encountered.
GOALS and OBJECTIVES
The Neurosurgical Oncology Fellowship Program is designed to develop highly skilled neurosurgeons that have expertise in the complete management of central nervous system cancer patients. The program expects fellows to acquire knowledge and skills in:
Current Neurosurgical Oncology Fellow
Please send CV, letter of interest and three letters of reference to (email preferred):
Krystin Martinez, Program Coordinator
12631 E. 17th Avenue, C307
Aurora, CO 80045