Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Fellowship

Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Fellowship

Our aim is to provide robust training to physicians who would like a career caring for pediatric and young adult patients with CNS tumors and patients with predisposition syndromes such as neurofibromatosis types 1 and 2.

We very much aim to tailor the education provided to the needs of the trainee to be a successful independent pediatric neuro-oncologist. In addition to time on our inpatient neuro-oncology clinical service and treating a primary cohort of neuro-oncology patients followed in the outpatient clinic, we provide time for a research project with the goal of publication. Again, our intention is to not only strengthen the fellow’s clinical skill set but help form a foundation for building a career in the field.

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Applicants for the Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Fellowship must have completed either a pediatric oncology fellowship or neurology residency training in the United States or Canada before entering the program.

Candidates from outside the United States or Canada require equivalent training.

How To Apply:

Prospective fellows are encouraged to contact us with any questions regarding the program or application process.

We request prospective fellows to send a curriculum vitae, their personal statement and three letters of recommendation.

Contact Information:

Pediatric Neuro-oncology Fellowship Program Coordinator
Aliya Burroughs
[email protected]

Pediatric Neuro-oncology Fellowship Program Director
Amish C. Shah, MD, PhD
[email protected]

Pediatric Neuro-oncology Program Chief
Michael Fisher, MD
[email protected]

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    Mar 21, 2023

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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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