A photo of Francesco Mangano, DO, performing neurosurgery.

The International Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowship is a stipend, 12-month program intended to provide a focused, dedicated pediatric neurosurgical experience, both clinical and academic. The expectation is that the graduating fellow will pursue a career as a neurosurgeon dedicated to the care of children in their country of origin.

Accreditation

There is no accreditation for International Pediatric Neurosurgical Fellowship.

Curriculum

The international fellowship will commence in the fall, off cycle from the core fellowship. However, the international fellow will follow the same curriculum as the chief fellow. Together, they will ensure all surgical cases are covered and assist with management duties. It is expected that the international fellow will complete a research or quality improvement project and submit such work to a national neurosurgery conference.

Requirements

  • Fluent in English language speech and writing
  • Proof of successful completion of all 3 USMLE Steps
  • ECFMG certification
  • Valid VISA with work authorization
  • CV including 3 letters of recommendation in English
  • Personal Statement
  • An on-site interview is encouraged for qualifying applicants

Contact / Apply

For additional information about the International Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowship, contact Associate International Fellowship Director, Jesse Skoch, MD, at jesse.skoch@cchmc.org.