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.
It is no secret that neurosurgery residency is one of the longest and most difficult residency training pipelines to pursue.
Since the launch of Medical Student Neurosurgery Training Camps in 2019, we have seen tremendous growth.