Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship

Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship

The Neurosurgical Anesthesia program at UCLA is accepting applications for a flexible, one-year fellowship in neuroanesthesiology to interested graduating anesthesia residents, board-eligible anesthesiologists, and board-certified anesthesiologists.

This program is designed to provide clinical subspecialty training while also affording opportunities for both clinical and laboratory research experience. The Fellowship Program Director is Natalie Moreland, MD.

As integral members of the Neurosurgical Anesthesia team, fellows will train in different hospital settings. Neurosurgical procedures include awake craniotomy, complex spine surgery, functional neurosurgery, and cerebrovascular treatment in the operating room and interventional radiology setting. Clinical training will also include rotations in neurophysiological monitoring, neurosurgical intensive care and neuroimaging. Experience in pediatric neuroanesthesia is offered in conjunction with the Division of Pediatric Anesthesia. The lengths of these rotations can be increased to accommodate specific interests.

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Prerequisites:

All applicants must possess a valid California medical license prior to starting the fellowship program.

How To Apply:

Application File Requirements:

  1. Completion of fellowship application (PDF)
  2. Three letters of recommendation by physicians who are familiar with you professionally and personally
  3. Dean's Letter
  4. A recommendation from your Anesthesiology Residency Program Director
  5. Medical School transcript (international graduates should include a notarized translation into English)
  6. Curriculum Vitae including a list of publications
  7. A Personal Statement
  8. Wallet-sized photo
  9. Copy of medical school diploma (or letter from medical school with official seal verifying date of graduation; international medical graduates should include a notarized translation into English)
  10. Applicant Evaluation Status Letter (if international medical graduate)
  11. Valid State of California Medical License (if practicing in California)
  12. Valid DEA Certificate (if practicing)
  13. Copies of USMLE Step 1, 2, and 3 scores
  14. Honors obtained in medical school and membership in AOA

Please be aware that all candidates who are selected for the program must clear a security background check.

Please email the completed application and all supporting documents to:

Natalie Moreland, MD
[email protected]

Contact Information:

Please send all inquiries to the fellowship director:
Natalie Moreland, MD
[email protected]

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    Dec 18, 2023

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