The application process consists of completing and sending the following attachments: Curriculum Vitae, Specialty Board Certificate, USMLE Scores, two letters of recommendation, personal statement and a personal photograph.
The Endovascular Fellowship is offered to individuals who have completed an ACGME accredited neurosurgery residency training program or its foreign equivalent. The Endovascular Neurosurgery Fellowship Program is a 24-month Fellowship program at Rush University Medical Center without any rotations at any of our other participating training sites. The first year Fellow will rotate with each of the key faculty in the program (Drs. Lopes and Chen), learn basic angiographic and endovascular patient management skills, and dedicate time to endovascular research. The outpatient clinic experience will expose fellows to appropriate patient selection for operative and non-operative management.
The second year Fellow will round daily with the residents and attendings and actively participate in the operative management of a wide range of cerebrovas