Neuroanaesthesia at Northwestern University

12 month post


The Neurosurgical Anesthesiology Fellowship is designed to provide advanced clinical training in the provision of anesthesia for the surgical and endovascular management of complex intracranial disease and the surgical treatment of complex acute and chronic spine disorders. Fellows will have ample experience performing regional anesthesia and sedation for awake craniotomies. Furthermore, fellows are provided an in-depth experience in intraoperative evoked potential monitoring. In addition to a rotation in the neurosurgical intensive care unit, fellows can arrange for individual electives in anesthesia for pediatric neurosurgery.

All fellows will be involved in multiple clinical research projects, assisting in the enrollment of patients and collection of research data under the supervision of the respective principle investigators. Furthermore, fellows will be guided in developing a clinical research project under the direct supervision of one of the faculty of the division.

80 hour week
On calls form home for major cases
4 days per month for non-clinical work


Contact: Carolyn Betts      /      Antoun Koht, MD
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