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Independent Clinical Fellowship in Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery (CAST accredited) at North Shore University Hospital

The Department of Neurosurgery at North Shore University Hospital offers a one-year, CAST approved fellowship in cerebrovascular neurosurgery, providing enhanced knowledge of all aspects of cerebrovascular micro-neurosurgery.  This includes case formulation, diagnosis, radiographic review, microsurgical technique, intra-operative decision-making and post-operative care.  In addition, we have a busy and robust endovascular service, comprised of three physicians who are well integrated into our cerebrovascular program. The entire spectrum of endovascular procedures are regularly performed, inclusive of aneurysm coiling, stent-assisted coiling, and embolization of AVMs, dural fistulae, tumors, and carotid-cavernous fistulae.  The program has a proven commitment to research and scholarly activity, excellent hospital resources, and an academic environment that includes medical students, residents, and a robust educational program. Eligible applicants are required to have completed an ACGME-approved neurosurgical residency training program or training equivalent.  

Application process

Applications will be accepted September through March. Please submit a letter of interest, your curriculum vitae and letter of recommendation from your residency training program director to Rita Raio, C-TAGME, Training Program Administrator at [email protected].

Faculty

David Jeffrey Chalif, MD

Chief of Division of Neurosurgery, North Shore University Hospital

Specialties: Neurological Surgery

Henry Heesang Woo, MD

Specialties: Neurological Surgery, Interventional Neuroradiology

Amir R. Dehdashti, MD

Specialties: Neurological Surgery

Jeffrey Matthew Katz, MD

Chief - Vascular Services, Department of Neurology, North Shore University Hospital

Director - Comprehensive Stroke Center, Department of Neurology, North Shore University Hospital

Specialties: Vascular Neurology, Neurology, Interventional Neuroradiology