The program is a one- to two-year fellowship program dependent on the applicants’ level of interest in neurosurgical oncology research.
Applicants must meet the following minimum criteria for interview consideration:
- Completion of an ACGME-accredited neurosurgery residency
- Eligibility for American Board of Neurological Surgery examination
- Eligibility for a California medical license and a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration license
If interested in the fellowship and meet the above requirements, please submit the following for review:
- Three letters of recommendation
- One-page personal statement describing interest in neurosurgical oncology
- One passport-size photograph
Please forward application documents to Samantha Phu, academic program coordinator: email@example.com.
Applicants will be selected for an interview based upon review of their submitted documentation and/or other sources, training, publications, research experience, clinical aptitude and other criteria determined by the program director. Interviews usually are conducted in March of the year before the start of the fellowship. The interview day consists of interviews by the faculty and a tour of the medical center and facilities.
Graduate Medical Education Information
All offers for appointment originate from the Cedars-Sinai Graduate Medical Education (GME) office. Information regarding stipends, contracts, liability insurance and benefits can be found in the compensation benefits and policies section of the GME web page.
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