Graduates and Fellowships
22 residents since 2004

University of California-Irvine​
University of Pittsburgh
Medical Center​
Swedish Neuroscience Institute
Seattle
Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Surgery
Complex Spine
University of Miami (CAST)
University of California
San Francisco (CAST)
University of Washington (CAST)
Hospital for Sick Children
University of Toronto
(CAST)
Pediatric
Neurosurgery
University of Alabama
Birmingham
Endovascular Neurosurgery
Johns Hopkins University
Spinal Oncology
University of South Florida
Moffitt Cancer Center
Hofstra North Shore
Long Island Jewish
School of Medicine (CAST)
Neuro-oncology
 

Our Strengths

Strengths according to residents:

  • 100% fellowship-trained faculty, some of whom are our own graduates!

  • Dedicated and always available attending physicians

  • Resident unity, strong collegial environment among staff 

  • Autonomy and ownership of clinical care

  • Highest volume of Minimally Invasive spine surgery in the region

  • High volume of skull base subspecialty, a dedicated endovascular rotation

  • Excellent Clinical research infrastructure

Other strengths:

  • Robust academic curriculum with cadaver labs

  • Only endoscopic spine surgery facility in Michigan

  • 100% written and oral board passing rate since ACGME-accreditation

  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Center

  • Large number of other ACGME residencies

  • Trauma Center designation

  • Comprehensive Stroke center designation

  • Diverse patient population

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