A discussion on what being a neurosurgeons entails and who might be fit for a career in the field.
Dr. John Adler of Stanford Medicine shares career experience defined by his innovative spirit in stereotactic radiosurgery, medical publishing, and beyond. He discusses how to reimagine what is possible and bring new, creative ideas into medical reality.
Three exceptional individuals share their paths to residency matching. Sakib Huq of Pitt Neurosurgery, Michael Rothbaum of Oregon HSU Neurosurgery, and Molly Farrell of UTSA Neurosurgery discuss sub-internships, applications, and interviews.
In the context of the pandemic, Dr. Dahdaleh of Northwestern Neurosurgery shares insights on how the pandemic has affected his practice and education, how we can stay vigilant in the face of adversity, how to ace Sub-Is, and emphasizes the role of virtual learning and the importance of letters of recommendation.