Neurosurgery Residency application advice from program coordinators/administrators.
The Association of Future African Neurosurgeons (AFAN) is a non- governmental and nonprofit organization, consisting of medical students, physicians and neurosurgery specialists that provides neurosurgery resources for African medical students.
A guide for kickstarting your AANS Medical Student Chapter.
A guide for dealing with challenges that inevitably arise during a dedicated research year.
A guide for navigating whether neurosurgery is right for you and getting involved early in medical school.
An open letter about virtual residency interviews.
A Black Male Medical Student’s Letter to the Field of Neurosurgery.
“There is no education like adversity” - Benjamin Disraeli
A positive impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been bringing neurosurgical education to the virtual space.
We used a nationwide survey to identify concerns of med students relating to neurosurgical education during Covid-19.
We talk about mentorship a lot but don't always think about what that really means.
Virtual residency interviews may be on the horizon given the unrelenting Covid-19 pandemic.
Not having a home program presents unique challenges in an already competitive process.
Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx has been particularly hard-hit by Covid-19.
Contact tracing for Covid-19: Monitoring virus hotspots through apps.
This guide is helpful advice for medical students writing their first papers.
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to an unprecedented era in medicine.
An unanticipated outcome of the Covid-19 pandemic has been the unprecedented rise of virtual neurosurgery education.
Philip E Stieg, Ph.D., M.D. was born in Milwaukee, WI and earned a B.S. degree in zoology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1974.
Taking a research year before applying to neurosurgery residency is becoming increasingly popular among applicants.