Fellowship in Skull Base Surgery
The skull base fellow is appointed for one to two years. The fellow will participate in the clinical diagnosis, pre-operative assessment, intraoperative participation, and postoperative management of patients with skull base lesions including complex tumors at the base of the skull, complex aneurysms located at the cranial base, and head and neck cancer (along with the ENT Division of the Department of Surgery).
William Couldwell, MD, PhD
Currently Accepting Applications: Our Skull Base fellowship position has been filled until 2025-2026, however we will continue accepting applications and conduct interviews on a rolling basis for 2026-2027 and beyond.
Clinical Lectures & Didactics: The fellow will be involved with teaching of residents at all levels and will participate in the skull base conference where cases are presented for discussion and management with ENT and neuroradiology. The fellow is also expected to be involved in both a retrospective analysis and a prospective study in the various disease processes that involve the cranial base.
PAST SKULL BASE SURGERY FELLOWS: