Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship

Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship

The Anesthesiology Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship is designed to encourage further development in academic medicine. The fellow will work with Drs. Maria Bustillo, Douglas Carras, Elena Christ, Peter Goldstein, David Kopman, Daniel Lahm, Patricia Fogarty Mack, Priscila Nelson, Kane Pryor, Paul Riegelhaupt, Kingsley Storer, and Jaroslav Usenko to develop clinical care protocol, actively pursue at least one research project, and participate in the education of residents rotating through the sub-specialty.

The fellow in Neuroanesthesiology is expected to provide care for patients of all ages requiring the care of the Neuroanesthesiology team, whether in the operating rooms on G3 or in the invasive neuroradiology suite. The fellow may also elect to provide care for patients in the neurosciences care unit, in which Dr. Daniel Lahm, in addition to a neurologist and a neurointensivist, attends.

The goals for the Fellow in Neuroanesthesiology include the following:

  • To gain extensive exposure to preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative management within the clinical subspecialty
  • To become an expert in a clinical facet of the practice
  • To become involved in ongoing research protocols in Neuroanesthesiology
  • To design and initiate at least one research project within the subspecialty
  • To present data at a national meeting during the fellowship and at a departmental “Research-in-Progress” meeting
  • To attend at least ONE meeting oriented toward Neuroanesthesiology or monitoring for neurosurgery
  • To be involved in the Neuroanesthesiology bi-monthly teaching series, and
  • To become a highly skilled independent practitioner.

The division will consider all applications for the fellowship with a goal of taking up to one fellow per year. The fellowship will allow for a minimum of one academic day per week in order to read, write, and prepare lectures or manuscripts. During the first two months of fellowship, the fellow will be assigned to the most challenging neurosurgical cases and supervised by a member of the faculty in Neuroanesthesiology. Afterwards, he or she will work with/supervise a resident in the operating rooms or invasive neuroradiology. The types of patients for whom he/she provides care will depend specifically on the interests of the fellow.

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How To Apply:

For interested applicants, please click on the Apply button to proceed in downloading the application form.

The completed application should be mailed to:

Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship Office
Marlene Augustine
Department of Anesthesiology
Weill Cornell Medicine
525 East 68th Street, Box 124
New York, NY 10065

Please email Marlene Augustine at [email protected] with any questions regarding the application.

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    Oct 17, 2020

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    New York, New York

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