The Johns Hopkins All Children’s pediatric neurosurgery fellowship is a one year, post-residency fellowship certified by the Accreditation Council for Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowships and recognized by the American Boards of Pediatric Neurosurgery.
The neurosurgery fellowship prepares the fellow for a career in pediatric neurosurgery with an emphasis on excellence in patient care, development of technical skills and clinical translational research. The fellow will join our four board-certified neurosurgeons, neurosurgery resident and nurse practitioners and will work under the support of specialists, including neurologists, neuroradiologists, intensivists, orthopaedists and neonatologists. The fellow will work in both inpatient and outpatient settings and care for neonates, infants and children and adolescents up to 21 years old.
As part of the training, formal fellow evaluations will occur every three to four months throughout the year-long training program, based on clinical and core competencies. Informal feedback will be provided regularly about operative skill and patient management. The fellow also will participate in neurosurgery conferences at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Tampa General Hospital (University of South Florida Health-Neurosurgery) and will be expected to conduct clinical research that will be published before the end of the fellowship. In addition to the training, meeting expenses for one national meeting during the fellowship are provided.
- Length: 1 year
- Stipend: Training stipend and benefits provided.
- Requirements: Candidates must have completed a pediatric training program and be eligible for a State of Florida Medical Training License.
- Application: This position is filled through the San Francisco Matching Program.
- Questions? Learn more about the Johns Hopkins All Children’s neurosurgery program or contact us at 727-767-4879.
About Our Neurosurgery Program and Facility
The Johns Hopkins All Children’s neurosurgery program is internationally recognized in several pediatric neurological disorders, including:
- Brachial plexus and peripheral nerve surgery
- Brain and spinal cord tumors
- Cerebral palsy
- Complex pediatric spine
- Craniosynostosis and craniofacial disorders
- Epilepsy surgery
- Skeletal dysplasia
- Spinal dysraphism
The neurosurgery operating room is equipped with advanced technology, including neurophysiological monitoring, stereotactic navigation systems (RF and electromagnetic), endoscopy, Zeiss Pentero microscopes and stereoEEG (ROSA).