||The Departments of Neurosurgery and Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore have an exciting opportunity for a One-Year "Neuroplastic & Reconstructive Surgery" Fellow.
The Departments of Neurosurgery and Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery at Johns Hopkins have created a unique environment surrounding the Johns Hopkins' Center for Neuroplastic Surgery in caring for complex adult patients in need of neuro-cranial reconstruction from around the world. This allows an excellent opportunity to participate in first and only fellowship dedicated to the art and science of "Neuroplastic & Reconstructive Surgery". This high-volume, surgical experience includes a practice spanning across 14 neurosurgeons and one craniofacial plastic/neuroplastic surgeon. Each fellow will be expected to participate in over 100 skull reconstructions throughout the year, including various types of neuro-cranial tumor resections, dural repair, complicated scalp reconstruction, and correcting challenging post-neurosurgical deformities.
The ideal candidate will:
- assist faculty in operations, research, and will be involved in the teaching of neurosurgery residents, plastic surgery residents, and medical students
- have extensive exposure to cutting edge neurosurgery and plastic surgery techniques related to Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- will be responsible as a Junior Faculty member providing patient care along with teaching medical students and residents
- will receive academic appointment as “Instructor” from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- have excellent opportunity for basic, clinic and translational research
- possess an M.D. or D.O. degree
- have successfully completed an ACGME accredited program in either plastic surgery, neurosurgery, or otolaryngology/head and neck surgery prior to employment commencing
- be eligible for an unrestricted Maryland medical license, malpractice insurance, and must be able to be successfully credentialed by Johns Hopkins medical facilities
- graduates will obtain a certificate from both the Department of Neurosurgery & Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery