The epilepsy surgery program offers a flexible experience in the diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to medically intractable seizures. A single position for six months to one year is available either following completion of neurosurgical training or embedded within the residency.
The department is used for undergraduate teaching by the Yale University School of Medicine. During their laboratory experience residents participate in the neuroanatomy course as lecturer and laboratory supervisor. In this course the neurosurgery resident acts both as teacher and student.
An infolded fellowship in endovascular neurosurgery is available through the Neurovascular Section. Furthermore, opportunities for further developing Cerebrovascular and skull base microsurgical skills is also available through the Cerebrovascular/Skull Base microsurgical dissection laboratory through the Neurovascular Section.