Steve Ojemann, MD
The University of Colorado Fellowship in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery is designed to train board-eligible neurosurgeons to establish independently a successful program in this subspecialty, either in academic or nonacademic settings. The emphasis is on stereotactic surgery for movement disorders and neuropsychiatric conditions and surgery for epilepsy.
The fellow will achieve competence in the following specific areas:
Our goal is to ensure that each fellow has the necessary skills and resources to launch a successful career in academic neurosurgery, with a focus on Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery. To ensure attainment of this goal, mentorship will be provided to assist the fellow in the following research-related activities:
Additionally, fellows will have full access to research resources within the Department of Neurosurgery, including the Departmental Editor, Clinical Trials Coordinator, Grants and Contracts Coordinator, Database Developer, and Biostatistician, as needed. Fellows will be provided with a computer workstation in the Department, for research and manuscript preparation and submission, as well as access to the Neuromodulation Subject Research Database.
Current Stereotactic & Functional Neurosurgery Fellow
Undergrad: Grinnell College
Med School: University of Minnesota
Residency: University of Chicago
Interests in NSURG: functional neurosurgery, epilepsy surgery
Hobbies: running, hiking
For more information please contact Steven Ojemann, MD and include: 1) CV; 2) Fellowship goals; 3) Career goals beyond fellowship training; and 4) 3 letters of recommendation.
Good luck and thank you for your interest in our Fellowship Program in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery.