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Neurosurgery Cerebrovascular, Endovascular and Skull Base Fellowship (Arizona)

Fellows in their clinical training as part of the Neurosurgery Cerebrovascular, Endovascular and Skull Base Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, AZ.

Overview

The Cerebrovascular, Endovascular and Skull Base Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is a three year fellowship which combines the two CAST fellowships within the Society of Neurological Surgeons, Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery and Endovascular Neurosurgery, into one integrated three-year experience. This program will accept applicants interested in an enfolded fellowship.

The fellowship includes advanced training in microsurgical, interventional, endoscopic, and radiosurgical cutting-edge techniques and patient management. The fellowship aims to provide the trainee with a strong foundation in the knowledge and skills needed to be a leader in the management of complex cranial base and neurovascular diseases as well as brain tumors. It also includes protected time for research. In addition to clinical training, the fellowship includes hands-on simulation curriculum to bolster skills.

Certification

After successfully completing the program, you will receive a certification of completion in neurosurgery cerebrovascular, endovascular and skull base training from Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education. 

Program history

The Neurosurgery Cerebrovascular, Endovascular and Skull Base Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona began in 2015.

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