The Lahey Spine Fellowship is a SNS/CAST approved program designed to train the next generation of spine surgeons. Fellows will be able to master a wide variety of surgical techniques including minimally invasive surgery, image guided surgery, and deformity correction in a large volume practice that spans a breadth of degenerative, traumatic, and oncologic disorders.
For the first 6 months, the fellow will work under the direct supervision of our four dedicated spine attendings. Depending upon the fellow’s demonstrated skills and interests, the opportunity to function as a supervised junior attending during the latter 6 months will be given.
The research program, under the leadership of Zoher Ghogawala M.D, is also a critical aspect of the fellowship. The fellow will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of clinical trial design, cost-effectiveness research, and comparative effectiveness research. Research is sponsored by a multi-million dollar PCORI award, NIH award, over one million dollars in philanthropic funding, and is a key component of the Lahey Comparative Effectiveness Research Institute (CERI).
Applications for one-year fellowship positions beginning July 2021 are now being accepted. Applicants must have successfully completed neurosurgery residency training program and be eligible for a Massachusetts medical license.
Applicants should send letter of interest and CV to:
Subu Magge, M.D.
Fellowship Director, Lahey Spine Fellowship
41 Mall Road
Burlington, MA 01805
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