Cedars-Sinai Medical Center offers 2 vacant position for Spine Surgery Fellowship.
The Spine Fellowship Program at Cedars-Sinai Spine Center of Excellence offers an extensive, comprehensive, post-graduate training to prepare for a career in academia or private practice.
The Program offers an all-encompassing experience in the evaluation and management of a multitude of adult and adolescent disorders. The Fellow will be exposed to a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach.
The Fellow will gain expertise in many aspects of spinal surgery consisting of very active operating room experience, including anterior and posterior cervical; thoracic and thoracoscopic, lumbar approaches; lumbar laparoscopic and open techniques; exposure to image guided systems and diverse types of instrumentation and fusion procedures. The spine service performs more than 2500 procedures per year including cervical spinal disorders; lumbar degenerative disorders; adult and pediatric deformities and trauma and tumors. The fellow will gain experience in advanced techniques in minimally invasive spinal surgery including scoliosis correction as well as the most current clinical studies, and new technologies.
In addition, the Fellows will be active in weekly conferences, didactic conferences, office clinics, and will be expected to prepare at least one research project (clinical or basic science) that is suitable form publication in a peer reviewed journal. It is expected that abstracts and presentations at national meetings would result from these works.
The Spine Fellowship is one year in duration and the annual stipend is $70,076.45 plus benefits and meeting/travel stipend
The requirements are completion of accredited residency program in orthopaedic surgery or neurosurgery and eligibility for California Licensure.
For interested applicants, please use the San Francisco Match at www.sfmatch.org.
For more information, please send an email of inquiry to the contact information below.
Contact: Elissa Rosenberg
Email: [email protected]