Phluffy024

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Hey all,

Just wondering if anyone knows anything about what it takes to get a neuro-onc fellowship? I'm a third year med student with research experience, but not in neuro-onc at this point. Any input on the subject would be great! Thanks!!!
 

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Check out the aan website at www.aan.org, there you can click through links to residencies and fellowships, if you choose neuro-onc, it shows a summary of all neuro-onc programs and a summary of each. This web site is well worth the time of anybody who wants to know anything about any fellowship neuro related.
 

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Check out the aan website at www.aan.org, there you can click through links to residencies and fellowships, if you choose neuro-onc, it shows a summary of all neuro-onc programs and a summary of each. This web site is well worth the time of anybody who wants to know anything about any fellowship neuro related.
I think you meant aan.com. Here's the link to the fellowship directory: http://www.aan.com/students/awards/fellowship.cfm
 
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