The neuroanesthesia fellowship focuses on training in the foundational neuroscience of anesthesiology and the intricacies of care for neurologically injured patients.
The Neuroanesthesia Fellowship program at the Kansas University Medical Center is twelve months in length. The didactic and curriculum program encompasses rotations in neuroanesthesia, critical care, intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring, pediatric neuroanesthesiology, neuroradiology, neuro-endovascular care and neuroscience scholarship. The fellow will train in the foundational neuroscience of anesthesiology and the intricacies of the care of neurologically injured adult and pediatric patients. The fellow will function 50% as a fellow and 50% as a junior faculty member with an approximate salary of $112,850 with additional benefits.
It is anticipated that any fellow completing our program would be in high demand for an academic appointment at any teaching institution and if they so choose, highly recruited in the private sector as others are recognizing the important role of neuroanesthesia.
Prerequisite: Board eligible/Board certified Anesthesiologist
Erin Plaza, MD
Completion of ACGME approved anesthesiology residency
KS active medical license and DEA (prior to beginning fellowship program)
Three (3) letters of recommendation: one (1) anesthesiology residency program director at your training institution and two (2) from faculty at your training institution
Please send all application information to:
The University of Kansas Medical Center
Neuroanesthesia Fellowship - Heather Gorman
3901 Rainbow Blvd, MS 1034
Kansas City, KS 66160
Application Deadline: open until position is filled