Neuroendovascular Fellowship

Neuroendovascular Fellowship

Provide high-quality education and training along with an environment that encourages research and innovation in the subspecialty field of neuroendovascular surgery. Produce highly competent and technically skilled graduates capable of providing specialized treatment and patient care.

Overview of the Program: This is a 1-2 Year fellowship, accredited by the Committee for Advanced Subspecialty Training (CAST) and under the guidance of the Society for Neurological Surgeons and the NeuroEndovascular Surgery Advisory Council (NESAC). Trainees are offered advance clinical training in neuroendovascular intervention and care as well as advanced research opportunities with specialty-trained, board-certified faculty members.

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The neuroendovascular fellowship is open to applicants who have completed an ACGME-accredited residency training program in either neurological surgery or neurology. Specific requirements for preliminary training include:


  • Satisfactory completion of a 7-year ACGME approved residency in neurological surgery. Candidates wishing to apply for enfolded fellowship as a PGY7 must complete the ACGME requirements for 12-months of Chief Residency and all required case log minimums prior to the start of the fellowship.


Satisfactory completion of an ACGME approved residency in neurology

  • Completion of a Vascular/Stroke Neurology Fellowship or NeuroCritical Care Fellowship

Prerequisite endovascular training - neurosurgeons and neurologists: Prior to starting the fellowship, candidates must satisfy prerequisites in:

  • catheter-based diagnostic and/or international cerebral angiographic procedures as primary operator completed during residency, preliminary subspecialty fellowship, or as a separate experience after completion of residency
  • competency in catheter techniques
  • expected knowledge of cerebrovascular disease, as verified by residency and/or fellowship program directors

Review of prior experience and qualifications will determine length of neuroendovascular fellowship training, ranging from 12-24 months.

How To Apply:

Applications are accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis. Candidates are required to submit the following documents:

  1. Personal statement, describing your interests, attributes, and career goals
  2. Updated CV
  3. Completed Fellowship Application Form
  4. USF GME Additional Information Form
  5. Three letters of reference

Documents should be submitted via email to both of the following:

Waldo Guerrero, MD
Neuroendovascular Fellowship Interview Committee
[email protected]

Please copy:

Michelle Campbell

Fellowship Program Administrator
[email protected]

Contact Information:

Michelle Campbell
Residency & Fellowship Program Administrator
[email protected]

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    Sep 23, 2023

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    Tampa, Florida

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