Professor and residents in research lab

Neurosurgical resident training is enriched by department laboratories and clinical research efforts.

Interns are required to submit one first-author manuscript, grant/award application or abstract.

Residents are fully supported to attend national conferences for oral presentations. Residents can also take advantage of 1.5 years of elective time, one year of which is fully protected to attain further neurosurgery training, pursue an advanced degree or conduct research.

Research can be conducted at the University of Maryland or any institution in the country. Prior residents have had fruitful research experiences here, the N.I.H. (Bethesda, MD) and other institutions. Here is a comprehensive list of available neurosurgery research grants, fellowships and awards for residents.

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