Fellowship in Pediatric Neurosurgery
The pediatric neurosurgery fellowship consists of a 12-month clinical rotation at Primary Children's Hospital. With five attending pediatric neurosurgeons, the neurosurgical service is active and includes exposure to a broad range of pathology. Approximately 1,000 pediatric neurosurgical cases are performed each year.
The pediatric neurosurgery fellow will be immersed in an active pediatric service with exposure to a broad range of pathology through collaborative and leading-edge subspecialty programs, such as epilepsy, craniofacial, hydrocephalus, pediatric spine, pediatric neuro-oncology, spina bifida, fetal surgery, pediatric trauma, peripheral nerve, and vascular disease.
Currently Accepting Applications: We are currently accepting applications for the 2023–2024 pediatric neurosurgery fellowship position and will conduct interviews in fall 2022.
Application Process: Contact fellowship director, Robert Bollo, MD, MS (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly and CC the fellowship coordinator, Melanie Payne (email@example.com), in your email.
- Accreditation: ACPNF and CAST approved
- Program Length: 1 year
- Location/Campus: Primary Children's Hospital
- Start of Program: July 1
- Number of Fellows per Year: 1
Clinical Lectures & Didactics
The fellow will attend the following conferences and clinics: Department Case Conference held each Friday morning, Morbidity and Mortality held the first Friday of each month, Department Grand Rounds held weekly on Wednesday morning, Pediatric Neuroradiology Conference, Tumor Board, etc. The fellow will be available for all patient clinics held Monday through Friday. The fellow will also attend Spina Bifida clinic held on Friday mornings.
Primary Children's Hospital
Primary Children’s is a free-standing children’s hospital providing care in more than 60 medical and surgical pediatric specialties, and more than 800 providers all specializing in pediatrics. Primary Children’s offers outpatient clinics in six states and also serves as the pediatric teaching hospital for the University of Utah School of Medicine, training dozens of residents and fellows every year.
PAST PEDIATRIC NEUROSURGERY FELLOWS: