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Spine Center Enfolded Fellowship

As part of its mission to educate future leaders in spine neurosurgery, the Johns Hopkins Spine Center offers a two-year enfolded Spine Fellowship program to neurosurgery residents during their postgraduate years (PGY 5) and (PGY 6). The program includes one year of spine research and one year of clinical training, during which fellows learn proper diagnosis, treatment, and management of spinal disorders.

Under the mentorship of Spine Center neurosurgeons, fellows participate in a wide spectrum of complex surgeries, addressing spinal tumors, trauma, spinal deformities and degenerative conditions. Fellows have the opportunity to become proficient in a variety of surgical techniques, including minimally invasive and complex reconstruction.


Incoming Fellows

Ben Elder


Ben Elder

 
Tom Kistowski


Tom Kistowski

 
Rory Goodwin


Rory Goodwin

 

Current Fellows

Mo Bydon


Mo Bydon

 
Jason Liauw


Jason Liauw

 
Larry Lo


Larry Lo

 

Past Fellows

Mari Groves


Mari Groves

 
Matthew McGirt


Matt McGirt

 
Wesley Hsu


Wesley Hsu

 
 
Carlos Bagley


Carlos Bagley

 
 

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