Neuro-Oncology is a growing subspecialty that is in constant evolution as novel diagnostic strategies, therapeutics, and prognostic factors are being discovered. Basic science and clinical trials play a pivotal role in this subspecialty to improve outcomes for neuro-oncological disorders. There continues to be a great need for physicians who have an interest in research as well as clinical practice.
The first year of our fellowship focuses primarily on the clinical training. Fellows are also encouraged to pursue their research interests concurrent with their clinical training or to complete a second year of training to focus specifically on research. Our goal is to train future leaders in the field of academic neuro-oncology.
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Our fellowship program offers one- to two-year training periods for candidates who have completed an adult or pediatric neurology residency and have attained the qualifications necessary to sit for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology examination.
We will also consider applicants who have completed training in medical oncology, pediatric oncology, neurosurgery, or radiation oncology on a case-by-case basis.
There is one Adult Neuro-Oncology Fellow position (out of two total) that is open and it will begin on July 1, 2022. The program will continue to review applications for this open position outside of the SF match process, on a rolling basis. Prior to December 31, 2021.
Applicants may submit a cover letter outlining their career goals and interests, three letters of recommendation, CV, and a completed application form.
These may be submitted electronically via email to the adult neuro-oncology fellowship program coordinator, Karin Kao ([email protected]).
Chirag B. Patel, MD, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Director, Adult Neuro-Oncology Fellowship
Phone (650) 725-8630
Adult Fellowship Program Coordinator
Dec 14, 2021