A thorough knowledge of microsurgical anatomy, especially gained from working on a cadaver, is essential for becoming a truly proficient neurosurgeon. Skull base surgery is all about unlocking structures, and understanding how to do this in different anatomical regions makes your life as a surgeon so much easier.
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Surgical Training and Rehearsal
Ushering in the future of neurosurgery
through technologically integrated surgical training and skills based medicine
Education and Training Opporitunities
Medical school elective on surgical neuroanatomy and basic concepts of neurosurgery for visiting medical students nearing the end of their schooling who wish to peruse post-graduate specialty training in neurology, neurosurgery, or otolaryngology.
Lab-based fellowship training in the care of patients with pathologies of the skull base. Fellowships range from from 3 to 12 months and are available to senior neurosurgery residents or neurosurgeons wishing to pursue specialized training in skull base or vascular neurosurgery.