About the Fellowship Program
Division of Neuro-Oncology
treats patients with primary brain and spinal tumors, metastases to the
central nervous system, and neurologic complications that arise from
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is accredited by the United Council of
Neurologic Specialties to offer a two-year fellowship in neuro-oncology.
Trainees in neurology residency programs are invited to apply one year
before the starting date, which is typically July 1. During the first year,
fellows undergo intensive training in managing patients with active
neuro-oncologic disorders and working closely with an attending
neuro-oncologist or other specialists.
Rotations are interspersed within the fellowship period:
The second year is devoted to research, in either the clinical or basic
science domains, while the fellow follows his or her patients in the
outpatient clinics or inpatient wards while providing neuro-oncology
coverage for the medical center.
Interested candidates should contact:
Department of Neurology
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Brain Tumor Program