The list of participating programs for the NASBS Neurosurgery Skull Base Fellowship Match Program is included below. Fellowship positions in this cycle will begin July 1, 2025. Applications closed at 11:59pm Pacific Time June 15, 2023.
Participating programs scheduled and held interviews July 1 through October 1
Certified Rank Orders lists were submitted by Monday, October 30, 2023
Scramble Day – Thursday, November 30, 2023
Match Day – Friday, December 1, 2023
The dates for the next match cycle will be announced in January 2024. In the meantime, applicants should note that prior to submitting your application, you should prepare your Letter of Intent, CV, and three Letters of Recommendation. Note: Letters of Recommendation can either be uploaded directly with the application or sent separately from the letter writers to email@example.com and the applicant’s name should be included in the subject line of the email with “LOR”.
Prospective Fellows: When ready, please proceed to the Match Application
|Institution||Ohio State University|
|Title of Fellowship||Skull Base and Minimally Invasive Cranial Surgery Fellowship|
|Fellowship Director||Daniel Prevedello, MD|
|Program Coordinator's Name||Sarah Hallam|
|Contact Name for Applications||Sarah Hallam|
|Number of Fellows Accepted Per Year||1|
|Committee on Advanced Subspecialty Training (CAST) Accredited||Yes|
|Salaried Position||Yes- contact Program Director for more information|
|Fellow needs to have full medical license||Yes|
|Accept Foreign Medical Graduates (outside US & Canada)||No|
|Fellowship Program Description:|
The Skull Base Surgery Fellowship in the Department of Neurological Surgery at The Ohio State University offers advanced comprehensive training in skull base surgery. The fellowship is designed for those individuals who are planning a full-time academic career with a special interest and emphasis in open and endoscopic endonasal skull base surgery.
Our team works closely with world-class colleagues in the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery. The neurosurgical Skull Base Surgery Clinical Fellow will be exposed to a variety of disease processes including anterior skull base, endoscopic endonasal surgery, lateral skull base, and craniocervical junction. Our practice comprises about half open craniotomy and half endoscopic endonasal surgery. We perform approximately 350 skull base procedures yearly.