About the Cerebrovascular/Endovascular Neurosurgical Fellowship
A major part of the Cerebrovascular/Endovascular Neurosurgical Fellowship program will be spent performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures under the supervision of a board-certified endovascular neurosurgeon at each of several clinical training sites.
The program director will define the level of supervision required for those procedures and provide that information to each clinical training site’s medical staff services. Each fellow will maintain responsibility for case logs, as required.
The fellow will provide services that include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Performing open cerebrovascular cases (for example, AVM, aneurysms and carotids) consistent with the privileges granted by each clinical training site, and perform the full range of endovascular procedures.
- Delivering lectures to medical residents on neurosurgery. The timing, content, number and duration of such lectures will be determined by the program director.
- Conducting and completing a minimum of one substantial research project to be submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal in cooperation with the program director.
- Working with physicians who refer their patients to each clinical training site in order to collect information about the patient prior to seeing their patients.
- Collaborating with the program director and other faculty of the medical teaching service at each clinical training site to conduct additional research.
- Agreeing to be bound by each clinical training site’s current medical staff by-laws and written rules and regulations.
Participation by the fellow in this program will at all times be subject to, and conditioned upon, the fellow’s continued appointment to the active medical staffs and maintenance of unrestricted medical staff privileges at each clinical training site.
This fellowship program provides training in cerebrovascular/endovascular diseases at several healthcare system locations in Philadelphia and its suburbs, and New Jersey.
- The Cerebrovascular/Endovascular fellowship is open to applicants who have completed an ACGME-accredited residency training in neurosurgery or an AOA Accredited osteopathic residency training program and who have U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status
How to apply
Applications for the fellowship are accepted on an ongoing basis.
All candidates must send:
- Updated curriculum vitae (CV)
- Cover letter describing career goals and anticipated start date
- Three letters of recommendation
- Valid certification from Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) (if applicable)
Please send the above documents or questions to:
Nicole Myers, Program Coordinator
Erol Veznedaroglu, MD, FACS, FAANS, FAHA
Professor, Drexel University College of Medicine
Director, Drexel Neurosciences Institute
Robert A. Groff Chair, Department of Neurosurgery