What We Teach:

The neurosurgical anesthesia fellowship is a one-year academic fellowship with the goal of producing outstanding clinicians who have developed a research niche in the subspecialty. Fellows are exposed to an outstanding neurosurgical caseload, including intracranial, neurovascular, major spine, peripheral nerve, functional neurosurgery, and interventional neuroradiology.  Additional training includes exposure to electrophysiologic monitoring and neurocritical care.

The neurosurgical anesthesia fellowship is a hybrid faculty-fellow track, for which candidates must obtain a Maryland medical license and be board-eligible in Anesthesiology, and have a history of clinical excellence and aptitude for research. The fellowship includes protected time and mentoring for research, and education in neuromonitoring, neuro-intensive care, and clinical neurosciences. Fellows will experience a busy caseload including neurovascular, major spine, functional neurosurgery, craniotomies for brain tumor, and interventional neuroradiology. Educational and research support and a flexible, individualized design that can be tailored to a broad range of interests in clinical or basic research to launch your career as an academic anesthesiologist.

Interested applicants should email the following to Dr. David Mintz at cmintz22@jhmi.edu:

  • Letter of interest describing qualifications and career goals
  • CV

Applicants are also required to submit two letters of reference from anesthesiology faculty by the time of interview.

Neurosurgical Anesthesia Fellowship
Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
1800 Orleans Street
Baltimore, MD 21287, USA

Program Director
Cyrus David Mintz, MD, PhD
cmintz22@jhmi.edu