Dr. Johnson and Mike discuss what the data tells us regarding successful candidacy for neurosurgery residency.
A discussion on what it takes to become a spine subspecialist in neurosurgery, with Dr. John Shin (Director of Spinal Deformity Surgery and Spine Oncology) of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
A discussion on what it takes for an IMG to earn a neurosurgery residency spot in the United States, with Dr. Panos Kerezoudis, PGY3 from Mayo Clinic Rochester, and Dr. Gregoire Chatain, PGY4 from the University of Colorado.
A discussion on what it takes to become a vascular neurosurgeon, with Dr. Adam Arthur (Vascular Neurosurgery Fellowship Director) and Dr. David Dornbos (Open/Endovascular Fellow) of Semmes Murphey Clinic, as well as Dr. Tyler Lazaro, PGY4 of Baylor College of Medicine.
A discussion with two 4th-year medical students, Sakib Huq of Johns Hopkins University and Michael Rothbaum of New York Medical College, on pre-interview neurosurgery residency application lessons learned, both in general and in the context of COVID.
Episode 2 - Residency Application Series: The Resident’s Perspective on Sub-Internships and Interviews
(While most of the conversation's advice and opinions have ramifications even considering the COVID pandemic's limitations, please note that it is mostly meant for the context of a normal application cycle)
Welcome to The Neurosurgeon's Journey Podcast, a collaboration between Brain and Spine Group's Medical Student Neurosurgery Training Center and the AANS's Young Neurosurgeons Committee. Michael Kortz and Jeremiah Johnson give a brief overview of the podcast and highlight their vision moving forward.