The University of Minnesota's Department of Neurosurgery offers qualified applicants a self-directed opportunity to structure an unpaid neuroanatomy fellowship in the Neuroanatomy Lab. Work could be done in areas such as facial pain, anatomical structures of the brain, imaging studies, brain aneurysms, etc. Anyone interested should contact Lab Director Sean Moen at email@example.com.
Neurocritical Care is a fast-growing subspecialty that uses a multidisciplinary approach to care for critically ill patients with neurological diseases. Our program is accredited by the United Council of Neurological Subspecialties (UCNS) and our goal is to train the next generation to advance the field of neurocritical care by providing the highest quality of care to our patients.
The University of Minnesota Stroke Program operates two comprehensive stroke centers at the University of Minnesota Medical Center and Fairview Southdale Hospital, in addition to an innovative network of emergent and inpatient telestroke sites.
The stroke program is housed within the Stroke Clinical Service Unit, which encompasses vascular neurology, neurocritical care, cerebrovascular neurosurgery, and endovascular surgical neuroradiology. Our trainees are exposed to the entire spectrum of cerebrovascular disease through the collaborative academic and clinical mission of our stroke neurologists, neuro-interventionists, cerebrovascular neurosurgeons, and endovascular surgical neuroradiologists.