The membership of the North American Skull Base Society (NASBS) is a tremendous resource for the training of fellows, who are the future of the development of our specialty. The society has developed a registry of skull base fellowships that are offered by the society membership.
The society recognizes that we are a diverse and multidisciplinary group comprised of several different specialties, all of whom have significant interest and focus in the management of skull base neoplasia. Likewise, the nature and character of the various fellowships will represent and reflect their differences. In addition, we recognize that there will be variation between individual fellowship experiences resulting from the differences in the preceptor’s approaches and practices.
To post a Fellowship, please go to the Fellowship Registry Entry Form. You must be a member of NASBS to add a Fellowship to the Registry.
To edit an entry, please log in under the Member credentials used to add the entry to the registry and make edits to the listing.
To apply for Fellowship training, please contact the program directly.
If you need assistance or have questions, please contact NASBS Executive Director, Paula Kupiec, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Title of Fellowship||Neurosurgical Skull Base Oncology|
|Contact Name for Applications||Michael Link, MD|
|Date Fellowship Established||07/01/2014|
|Fellowship Director||Dr. Michael Link|
Dr. Michael Link
|Required Prior Training Program|
|Required Prior Training Program Other|
|Accept Foreign Medical Graduates (outside US & Canada)||Yes|
|Foreign Medical Graduates Eligibility Requirements|
Applicants for the Neurosurgical Skull Base Oncology Fellowship shall be residents or postgraduates in good standing. Preference is given to those who have successfully passed the American Board of Neurological Surgery written examination and have demonstrated an academic interest in skull base surgery.
General admissions requirements
Medical, surgical and dental residencies and fellowships are open to U.S. citizens, permanent U.S. immigrants and international applicants as follows:
|Residency Training in US/Canada Required||No|
|Percentage of Fellow Workload that is Skull Base||100%|
|Number of Fellows Accepted Per Year||1 post graduate every year|
|Salaried Position||Yes- contact Program Director for more information|
|Night and Weekend Call||No|
|Average Operative Skull Base Cases Per Year||Available upon request|
|Open Cranial Base|
|Anterior||Available upon request|
|Anterolateral/Infratemporal||Available upon request|
|Lateral (temporal bone)||Available upon request|
|Posterior||Available upon request|
|Endonasal Cranial Base|
|Pituitary/Sella||Available upon request|
|Sagittal Plane (excluding pituitary)||Available upon request|
|Transpterygoid/ Coronal Plane||Available upon request|
|Transtemporal/ Transcochlear||Available upon request|
|Middle fossa||Available upon request|
|Retrosigmoid||Available upon request|
|Craniofacial Anomalies/ Reconstructive|
|Cerebral Vascular Surgery|
|Laboratory Research Opportunities|
Please refer to the curriculum outlined here:
|Fellowship Institution Website||mayo.edu|
|Committee on Advanced Subspecialty Training (CAST) Accredited||No|
|How to apply|
How to apply
The application and all supporting documentation must be submitted 18 months preceding the program start date.
You must apply through ApplyYourself, a third-party application service. No matching services are used.
Visit the ApplyYourself website. All applications to Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education programs must include these application materials.