Neuro Critical Care Fellowship Opportunity at the University of Pennsylvania
Also, possible joint fellowship with neuroanesthesia
Type of fellowship: Neurocritical Care + Neuroanesthesia
Accreditation: UCNS (ACGME in progress) for NCC, ICPNT for neuroanesthesia
Duration: 1 year (or 2 yrs if with neuroanesthesia)
Start date: July 1st 2023
# of NCC weeks: 32 (UCNS recommendation for board eligibility)
# of research/elective weeks: 16 with flexibility in choice of electives (stroke, neuroradiology, EEG, Intra-op monitoring etc) along with traditional MICU/SICU/Trauma
# of vacation weeks: 4
Neuroanesthesia weeks, if chosen, described on ICPNT.org
Penn is one of the largest NCC fellowships in the country with 10 fellows and 12 faculty members covering 2 units/36 beds. Faculty is a mix of Neurologists/Anesthesiologists/Internal Med-CC/Trauma-CC. Experience to neurotrauma and difficult post-ops, strokes, ICHs, SAHs is built into this program.
We provide excellent mentorship and an opportunity to work with some of the best in the field. Also included are hidden perks like an additional week off during the holidays, ENLS/ATLS/ACLS training, research support and educational stipend.
For more information on this fellowship, or if you would like to apply for this 1-year NCC fellowship with a 1-year ICPNT accredited UPenn neuroanesthesia fellowship, contact Atul Kalanuria, MD.
Neuro-anesthesiology Fellowship at Yale University
The Neuro-anesthesiology Fellowship offered by Yale University is designed to produce world class physicians in the field of perioperative neurosciences, capable of improving outcomes in patients with critically ill neurologic conditions. The fellowship is accredited via International Council on Perioperative Neuroscience Training (ICPNT) that establishes standards of training.
This one-year fellowship includes rotations in Neurosurgery operating rooms, Neuro-Interventional Radiology Suites, Neuromonitoring, Neuro-Intensive care units, as well as research in neurosciences, under the supervision of our well experienced faculty. Additional elective rotations are available. We offer flexibility in fellowship, with attending time built in for non-neurologic cases.
The fellow is also expected to attend and present at the annual SNACC conference (Society for Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care). Overall, the goal is to achieve a comprehensive and complete training with clinical experience, education and research.
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