Education & Outreach
Neuro-oncology is a rapidly growing field. The neuro-oncology fellowship program at NewYork-Presbyterian is designed to develop the next generation of physician-scientists as the field advances. Guided by the clinical and research interests of our trainees, the program exposes trainees to a high-volume of clinical cases as well as clinical and translational research programs available across two Ivy League campuses.
The program is divided across two campuses — NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center — giving trainees the opportunity to work closely with world-renowned physicians. Trainees work with colleagues in neurosurgery, radiation oncology, neuropathology, palliative care, pediatric oncology, and medical oncology.
The William Rhodes and Louise Tilzer-Rhodes Glioblastoma Center Fellowship Program is a one- to two-year United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) accredited clinical and research training program for physicians who completed a neurology residency program. At the completion of the program, trainees should have expertise in:
- Diagnosis and treatment of primary brain tumors
- Diagnosis and treatment of neurological complications of systemic cancer
Interested applicants should apply via the San Francisco Match for Neuro-oncology. The application should include a letter of interest, CV and 3 letters of recommendation.