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Education and Training

Post-Graduate and Resident Training

We currently have positions available for highly qualified residents or post-graduate students interested in spinal biomechanics research. Positions are open to neurology, orthopedics, and neurosurgery residents interested in surgical treatment of spinal disorders. Interested applicants should have a pre-existing understanding of spinal pathologies, interpretation of CT and MR imaging, and a strong desire to participate in projects aimed at improving the understanding of complex spinal reconstruction for the treatment of spinal disorders.

Please send your CV and references to Ziya Gokaslan, 410-502-6103.

Medical Student Training

We currently have positions available for medical students interested in spinal biomechanics research. Year-long or summer research projects are available at the Spinal Column Biomechanics Laboratory located on the Hopkins Bayview medical campus. Candidates should have a strong desire to participate in projects aimed at improving the understanding of complex spinal reconstruction for the treatment of spinal disorders.

Please send your CV and references to Ziya Gokaslan, 410-502-6103.

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To learn more about Spinal Column Biomechanics at Johns Hopkins, please call 410-955-4424.
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